Apple’s approach to boosting security is completely different that other major Internet vendors. Google recently announced its support for Simply Secure, a new industry initiative that will work with open-source groups to make security more simple to implement.
Why, exactly, have Apple and Google approached security such different perspectives?
Listen to our latest security slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Tyler Reguly and Craig Young discuss which security fixes iOS 8 ignored, the possible “ulterior” motives behind Apple and Google’s security programs and why two-factor authentication would not have stopped the iCloud hacks.
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