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Multifactor Authentication, Encryption Debated at FTC Workshop

Multifactor authentication should be a default for companies accessing and transferring customer data, the FTC heard. The agency proposed process-based requirements in April to add to its safeguards rule, which governs how financial institutions keep customer information secure…Subscribe to Read >>

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Encryption Advocates Say DOJ Can Probe Without Weakening Security

DOJ can investigate without weakening end-to-end encryption for messaging apps, representatives from BSA|The Software Alliance and Internet Society said in interviews, after Telegram told us the messaging app is under FBI investigation. Attorney General William Barr has repeatedly attacked…Read More >>

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