Researchers at Context Information Security have discovered that smartphones, tablets, iBeacons, fitness trackers and other wearable devices using embedded Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) could potentially be tracked from 100m away.
Country's leading military newspaper warns over 'risk' of tracking to reveal military secrets.
A new report from Trend Micro reveals an IT appetite for wearable devices in the workplace - but an alarming lack of controls to guard against privacy and security threats.
In the wake of the iCloud breach, security issues were a key considerration at yesterdays Apple launch of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, announcement of the highly-anticipated smartwatch, dubbed the Apple Watch, and its Apple Pay system.
Wearable technology is already appearing in the workplace, so get your policies in place now says Sean Newman.
The latest In Case You Missed Column focuses on PayPal's two-factor authentication, the launch of Google Glass and new banking attacks.
Google Glass is now available in the UK for £1,000, but will the data-gathering wearable computing device face roadblocks because of privacy and security concerns?
Its time for a reality check regarding security vulnerabilities on your wearables says Raimund Genes who suggests that they are not about to cause serious data losses any time soon.