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Deepfakes and WormGPT: The Advent of AI-Assisted Cyber Fraud

In the past, spotting a phishing email was easy due to its spelling and grammatical errors. Similarly, recognizing your child's voice on the phone assured you of their identity. However, with advances in AI, these simple identifiers are [...]

Web Cryptography Next Steps

The Web Crypto v.Next Workshop focused on improving secure authentication in the Open Web Platform. We reviewed the possible integration of hardware tokens as well as other forms of authentication, with the aim of being able to replace the password with more phishing-resistant cryptographic credentials. The workshop attracted more than 70 participants, including representatives from major browser vendors, hardware token vendors, mobile phone operators, payment technologists, government eID experts, and other bodies such as GlobalPlatform, SmartCard Alliance, FIDO Alliance, and SIM Alliance.

W3C Interview: Capital One and Tyfone on Tokenization for Web Payments

W3C’s Web Payments Interest Group is gaining momentum in its pursuit of the integration of payments into the Open Web Platform. As part of building understanding security, and the role of the Web, I am organizing a series of interviews on Web payments. In this first interview with Tom Poole and Drew Jacobs of Capital One, and Siva Narendra of Tyfone, we open with the broad question of what the Web needs to facilitate eCommerce.

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