BCU, one of Australia’s biggest regional credit unions, has signed a deal with TrustDefender to offer its transaction security software free of charge to all BCU members in what is an “Australian first” for the banking industry.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The makers of a network security device that uses quantum cryptography have an ingenious plan to gain government approval despite the absence of standards specific to the technology.

Published in Security
For some years, researchers have been able to demonstrate that the primary encryption scheme for GSM phones had “issues.”  Presentations in the past week at two major security conferences have turned those issues into an effective hardware solution.
Published in Home Tech



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