The FBI wants Apple to help it disable the smartphone encryption on a device connected to a terrorism case. Here's what to know about a government DIY job.
The government is using a 1789 law to get Apple to help the FBI bypass encryption on an iPhone used by a suspect in the San Bernardino killing spree.
There's no law requiring Apple to decrypt information on a phone connected to December's terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif. But what if a new encryption law were passed?
Instilling an organizational culture to combat the swarm of threats to information security could prove to be the best defense.