Concrete steps to address the threat quantum computing poses to current cryptographic standards have been taken by NIST, as it has selected four algorithms for future use.
A bad year for the security of cross-chain bridges continues as Nomad has been hit by a crypto hack that drained about $190 million in its stored funds.
Sites such as Paypal and Yahoo were blocked in Indonesia due to new internet regulations that require registering with the national government and granting it broad access to user data.
Mozilla's study finds that iOS and Safari privacy is not enhanced for end users when Private Click Management is enabled, and a small number of users can still be tracked across sites if the advertiser desires.
Details of UK’s data protection reform plans are solidifying with the release of the first public version of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (DPDIB), which is accompanied with a set of new proposals for AI regulation.
The global average cost of data breach is now $4.35 million, a climb of 13% since 2020. Much of that are expenses realized more than a year after the attack, and most organizations (60%) are passing these added costs on to consumers in the form of higher prices.
Data breach on the US federal courts record systems involved "three foreign hostile actors" and the attack was "startling in breadth and scope" and may have had a "staggering" impact on the Department of Justice.
Regardless of the motivation of the Delhi police, the handover of donor payment data has put India's lack of a national data privacy law and its speech laws in the spotlight.
A new ordinance currently under consideration would give the SFPD real-time access to the video feeds of private businesses and residential cameras, access that could be granted without a warrant.
A probe has discovered that surveillance footage from Amazon's Ring devices is being provided to law enforcement agencies without warrants or the consent (or knowledge) of device owners.