Security and Trust

By John Stewart I’m proud to say that Cisco has joined other leading technology companies in an amicus brief arguing that the U.S. Government exceeded existing law in its demand that Apple write software to allow unlocking of the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. The brief argues that a vague, 225-year old statute – the All Writs act – should not be the basis for an open-ended government ability to demand that a company change its products. It also articulates that []

Source:: Cisco Security Notice