Security and privacy are the order of the day, and it is not surprising that, following recent leaks of medical data of several athletes, or various confidential emails from the US Democratic party, new measures are taken to maintain security in environments where use of classified information is made.
In the Apple environment, we do not need to step back too far in time to find many issues related to the security of their devices, an example being the last request of the FBI to access data from an iPhone belonging to a terrorist .
The British government, seeking greater protection against hackers
Now is the Telegraph which informs us of the last movement of the British government, to avoid future possible problems related to the use of wearable Apple in meetings with sensitive information.
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has urged ministers not to use the Apple Watch in cabinet meetings, saying it could be used by hackers as remote listening device.
The government fears the waves of attacks by Russian hackers, who are growing in complexity and objectives. In addition, it is also justified with interruptions due to the use of the Watch in meetings such as Michael Gove who starred in one of them.