Tag: identity

Mozilla Wants to Build an Open Voice Engine
Identity

Mozilla Wants to Build an Open Voice Engine

With manufacturers weaving voice control into a wide variety of devices, from phones to cars to home assistants, the accuracy of the voice-recognition engines in those products is becoming vital. Mozilla is hoping to help improve that accuracy with the release of its new Common Voice project. The new initiative […]

The Joy and Pain of RSA Week
Identity, Privacy

The Joy and Pain of RSA Week

It’s that time of year again, when the security industry looks westward with a mixture of anxiety, dread, and expense-account induced giddiness: RSA week. When people who have never been to the RSA Conference before ask me what to expect, I never have a good answer. A lot of it […]

Dozens Arrested in Huge European Online Fraud Raid
Identity

Dozens Arrested in Huge European Online Fraud Raid

Law enforcement officials in 10 countries conducted sweeping raids Monday on what they is a distributed, organized cybercrime ring that has been conducting online fraud operations across Europe and have stolen more than €3.5 million. The raids were coordinated by Europol and involved authorities in the U.K., Spain, Portugal, France, Ireland, […]

On the Wire Podcast: Jessy Irwin
Authentication, Identity, Podcast

On the Wire Podcast: Jessy Irwin

Jessy Irwin makes her triumphant return to the podcast to help us work through our feelings about the Yahoo data breach, the NIST guidance on SMS two-factor authentication, and why we’re still giving terrible security advice to users. Dennis Fisher and Jessy also talk about what kind of breaches could […]