Full Disk Encryption
Will chilling an Android phone to -15°C freeze the encryption keys into memory? And if so, can you use a modified version of Android to dig them out?
German researchers had a crack at it - Paul Ducklin takes a look at how things turned out.
Competent healthcare providers are great at medical things.
Securing electronic devices or health records? Not so much, the Ponemon Institute finds.
Malware discovered on a Japanese space agency desktop computer has been stealing data on Epsilon - a new, AI-enabled rocket - and beaming it to controllers outside the agency. It's only the latest in a string of data-siphoning incidents that's plagued the agency.
The space agency is now, finally, after yet another unencrypted laptop theft, scrambling to require full disk encryption agency-wide.
A company claims it can bypass Apple's FileVault 2 disk encryption "in minutes," as well as volumes encrypted with TrueCrypt.
A research paper about the secure erasure of data on SSDs has raised a lot of discussion.
What steps do you need to take when decommissioning a disk?
"Hospital lost patient data" (...unencrypted), "ministry of defense laptop stolen" (...unencrypted), "hard disk with confidential defense information on Ebay" (...unencrypted), reports like these have haunted us for the last couple of years with an ever increasing frequency and publicity. Mobile Read more…