YOTI or Your Own Trusted Identity verifies who you are using biometrics on a free smartphone app. If it's widely adopted, it could be used for authentication purposes by clubs, supermarkets, websites, governments and other organisations, though it can ...
Law enforcement and government officials don’t like encrypted peer-to-peer chat platforms such as WhatsApp and Jabber because it is harder to eavesdrop on what cybercriminals are planning.
But according to a recent study of global cybercriminal operations, the bulk of criminal discussions don’t happen over encrypted chat. Skype is the preferred mode of communication among cybercrime gangs worldwide.Skype, owned by Microsoft and widely used by consumers and enterprises, doesn’t encrypt messaging end-to-end the way the secure messaging apps do.
But it is still popular among cybercrime gangs around the world, FlashPoint analysts found in a study of communications platforms used by financially motivated cybercriminals.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here