Lorrie Cranor is sounding a warning: It could happen to anyone.
The agency has seized about 500 phones it cannot unlock in criminal investigations.
Obama gave his position on encryption this fall, but some agencies must've missed the memo.
CBC members are taking a cautious stance even as civil rights groups rush to back Apple.
Critics are suggesting the FBI’s latest salvo was calculated.
The bill would set up a national commission to debate the issue.
The fight over unlocking an iPhone could go all the way to the Supreme Court.
The Obama administration is worried cops are getting locked out from critical evidence.
The first thing to know about securing your phone is that you can’t secure your phone.
Chinese hackers were caught using similar techniques last week.
The anti-theft feature makes smartphones inoperable without a pin or password.
Apple says iOS 8 will protect users' data from the government, and even from Apple itself.
Jon Callas is the cryptography expert behind several secure communications platforms.
Investigators more often try to crack a suspect's phone, not a victim's.
The FBI has not said whether it will tell Apple how it hacked the shooter's iPhone.
He said that a major attack could shift the dynamics of the debate in law enforcement's favor.
The courts will sort out this standoff, but it really should not have come to that.
It's not Apple stock, but the bigger issue of preventing future attacks.
46 percent of U.S. adults who own smartphones said they could not imagine life without their device.
DOJ cites an 18th-century federal law to get phone manufacturer's help in unlocking phones.
The attack replaces authentic Apple-approved apps with nefarious imitations.
“Justice may be denied because of a locked phone or encrypted device," Comey said.
“We would hope that technology companies would be willing to work with us," Holder says.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the new phones were the "biggest advancement" in years.