Apple unveiled its new Face ID facial recognition system, which has raised privacy questions and anxiety over whether someone could force you to unlock your phone by pointing it at your face.
White House officials are clearly instructed: Don't use your personal phones for official business. But some have done it anyway, and it's getting fresh scrutiny along with email questions.
While cybersecurity solutions cannot stop devices with confidential data from being stolen, proper physical security solutions can. Implementing a first line of defense with physical solutions is a key step.
Tech firm Lenovo has settled FTC allegations that it sold devices with preloaded software that made users' sensitive personal information vulnerable to hackers. The company will pay $3.5 million.
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