Believe it or not but ‘123456’ and ‘password’ are still used by people today as passwords.
Tech giant Microsoft wants to rid the world of "dumb" passwords to improve online security. But maybe it's the password itself we should dump.
Voting proceeded peacefully in N’Djaména.
Advanced electoral technology could actually work against democracy in the wrong hands.
There’s a big difference between a 4-digit PIN and a 6-digit PIN.
PIN codes, passwords, swipe patterns and biometrics can help secure your smartphone, but they're far from foolproof.
Hold it right there.
President Obama's call for better electronic gun-safety systems put a spotlight on the technologies currently in the R&D pipeline that aim to make sure only authorized users can fire a gun.
Turning fingers into keys.
Biometrics in schools may compromise pupils' life-long security for the sake of short term ease of administration.
Public anxiety and legal protections currently pose a major challenge to anyone wanting to introduce eye-scanning security technologies.
Soon you will be the key.
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The days of the username and password combo may be numbered as biometric security grows more sophisticated.
Keys at your fingertips, but the technology isn’t there yet.
How can we ensure that someone is who they say they are? How can be sure that the person in our system, both digitally speaking or physically in front of us, is who whom they claim to be? You may think…
Can you really identify a person based on the way they type?
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There are two elephants in the digital classroom. Or, to be more specific, two big questions: Are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) economically sustainable, a function of the interaction between market…