Ring Adds End-to-End Encryption For Video Streams

Ring has announced it is now offering end-to-end encryption to protect videos through the entire process.

Cellebrite Did NOT Break Signal’s Encryption

The BBC broke a story that seemingly indicated Cellebrite had broken Signal’s encryption — only it’s not true.

Google’s RCS Messaging Available Globally, End-to-End Encryption Soon

Google has announced the global availability of RCS messaging, with end-to-end encryption coming soon.

Senators Introduce Legislation Attacking Encryption

Another day, another attack on the encryption standards that protect every single person using the internet and computing devices.

Zoom Charts Path Toward End-to-End Encryption For All Users

Zoom is adding end-to-end encryption (E2EE ) for all users, reversing a decision made just weeks ago to reserve the highest security for paid plans.

The Case For Paid Zoom Plans: Free Plans Don’t Have End-to-End Encryption

Following Zoom’s addition of end-to-end encryption, the company’s CEO made it clear that only paying customers benefit from it.

Google Bringing End-to-End Encryption to RCS Messages

Google appears prepared to bring end-to-end encryption to RCS messages, helping it better compete with Apple iMessages.

Facebook Beefs Up Messenger Security

Facebook has announced significant new measures to increase the security of Messenger, as well as combat predators and scammers.

Coming or Going? In the Encryption Debate, U.S. Government Doesn’t Know

Senator Blumenthal has issued a call for the FTC to investigate Zoom’s security, illustrating a schism within the government over the issue of encryption.

Zoom Pivots to Security Amid Ongoing Criticism

Zoom is taking drastic measures to improve its security and privacy amid criticism and scrutiny as it serves hundreds of millions of users.