Apple Security Could Be About Marketing But It’s Also About Security.

I’ve been contemplating on the FBI’s accusations that Apple is using encryption and security as a marketing ploy to sell more phones. So what if it is? It doesn’t mean that Apple’s arguments regarding security are any less true just because they’re using it to push phones. Remember when Blackberry was the device to have […] read more

The 5th Amendment: Fingerprints Not Protected Like Passwords Are.

When it comes to smartphone encryption, it seems that Apple’s fingerprint-based TouchID unlocking feature is not so great (although most people seem to readily agree that the same, when it comes to mobile payments, is nothing short of miraculous).  A Circuit Court judge has ruled that a defendant can be compelled to give up his […] read more

Apple iPhone Security: Devices In Australia Hijacked By Ransom Ware.

Let’s say you are the owner of one of the i-products: iPhone, iPad, or iPod (touch).  There are  Apple MDM products designed to secure these devices.  Likewise, Macintoshes can be secured using Apple’s File Vault 2, a disk encryption software that comes free with every Mac sold in the last two years. You’re feeling secure, […] read more