Bruce Schneier

Science, Tech & Environment

Don't look now, but our smart machines may be sharing data about you with... anyone

Is your milk expired? Ask your refrigerator. Did you leave your lights on? The house will let you know. Tasks like this will become exceedingly more common as the Internet moves away from being a thing we interact with via dedicated computers, or even phones, and into something that is connected to all of the tools we use in our daily lives.

Conflict & Justice

On Cyber Security and Cyber War

We speak with security technologist Bruce Schneier, author of the book "Beyond Fear: Thinking Sensibly About Security in an Uncertain World," about the difference between cyber attacks and cyber war, and the future of global conflict.

Politics

Security theater: some measures just for show

It's called 'security theater:' highly visible measures that serve no genuine security purpose. The Takeaway talks to the man who coined the phrase 'security theater' about what makes genuinely good security and what's just for show. Guest: Bruce Schneier, chief security technology officer for British Telecom

Politics

Security theater: some measures just for show

It's called 'security theater:' highly visible measures that serve no genuine security purpose. The Takeaway talks to the man who coined the phrase 'security theater' about what makes genuinely good security and what's just for show. Guest: Bruce Schneier, chief security technology officer for British Telecom

Conflict & Justice

On Cyber Security and Cyber War

We speak with security technologist Bruce Schneier, author of the book "Beyond Fear: Thinking Sensibly About Security in an Uncertain World," about the difference between cyber attacks and cyber war, and the future of global conflict.

Science, Tech & Environment

Don't look now, but our smart machines may be sharing data about you with... anyone

Is your milk expired? Ask your refrigerator. Did you leave your lights on? The house will let you know. Tasks like this will become exceedingly more common as the Internet moves away from being a thing we interact with via dedicated computers, or even phones, and into something that is connected to all of the tools we use in our daily lives.