The controversial currency IOTA rests on a mathematical “tangle” that its creators say will make it much faster and more efficient to run.
The FBI was unable to access data on about 7,800 mobile devices, even though they had the legal authority to try.
Critics have long argued that the government has wide latitude to conduct surveillance under broad approvals from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
Protecting the U.S. energy grid from cyberattack requires the migration to cutting-edge technological tools such as dark fiber and quantum computing.
Theoretical ideas appear to be on the brink of spurring a revolution in quantum technologies, with massive implications.
There’s no foolproof system to keep hackers out. Instead, this increasingly popular security design keeps them in.