Graphic of an encryption key

John Miller reckons he can get into pretty much any safe. A court order to the owner is one option, another is a team he has with blow torches.

The reason John Miller has such a team is because he is Deputy Commissioner of the New York Police Department (NYPD) for intelligence and counter-terrorism.

Getting into safety deposit boxes and bank vaults has not been a challenge. But he says NYPD is now faced with a new problem.

“We are now dealing with electronic compartments that we cannot get in[to], no matter the urgency,” he told the BBC. “It is something we are going to have to deal with not as a department, but as a society.”

full article at the BBC

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