[ad_1] A mysterious group of hackers has been quietly breaking into the computer networks of telecommunications companies on a global scale, according to new security research. Buried deep inside mobile infrastructure across the globe the hackers are able to spy on anyone whose device is connecting to those networks, according to cyber security company Crowdstrike.
[ad_1] Last week’s feature explaining why passwords are under assault like never before touched a nerve with many Ars readers, and with good reason. After all, passwords are the keys that secure Web-based bank accounts, sensitive e-mail services, and virtually every other facet of our online life. Lose control of the wrong password and it
[ad_1] Signs of market strength for biometric payment cards and facial recognition are prominent among the week’s most-read articles on Biometric Update, with Idemia standing out for several wins, also involving France’s digital ID. Zwipe made gains on two continents, while OneSpan, Onfido and Trulioo have new selfie biometrics customers, and AnyVision is calling for
[ad_1] Brian Brooks has quit as the US CEO of troubled crypto exchange Binance just four months into the job, citing “differences over strategic direction”. Brooks revealed the move on Twitter, adding that he wishes his former colleagues “much success”. Greetings #crypto community. Letting you all know that I have resigned as CEO of @BinanceUS