Google announced that they will be working toward stronger protection of customer data by automatically encrypting users' data on the latest version of Android. The move toward automatic encryption comes just days after Apple announced a similar defense for mobile devices running iOS 8.
So, Germany’s Chaos Computer Club — which weirdly sounds like an outcast AV group at someone’s high school — claims to have circumvented Apple’s new Touch ID fingerprint biometric sensor featured on the just-released iPhone 5s. This isn’t news. Sure, it’s new in relation to attacking the consumer-loved iPhone image. But the “hack” shown is more than 10 years old.
Mobile Smart Credentials — Multipurpose Digital Identities for improved Security AND User Convenience
Today, Entrust announced the commercial release of the Entrust IdentityGuard Mobile Smart Credential — a solution that transforms a smartphone into a multipurpose digital identity.