Neil Costigan, CEO of Behaviosec, discusses new technologies that are being developed to better secure our online identities
Designers, developers and businesses are coming up with secure technologies that allow users to take control of their privacy rights.
The company imagines a future where a USB device, smartphone, or ring, will be used to access email accounts.
The site's 'App Advisor' shields consumers from apps linked to their social profiles that can unknowingly track data like location and behavior.
World's largest social network will institute new features to ensure the authenticity of high-profile pages.
Hackers staged a massive attempt to access others' accounts in the second major attack on the gaming site this year.
The "anti-Facebook" is aiming for a social media revolution as it tries to attract those fed up with privacy issues and re-designs.
American citizens could soon be handed digital identities to protect their online presence.