Some of the biggest names in Big Tech may be considering pulling out of Hong Kong. The reason is a recently-implemented "doxxing" privacy law developed in the wake of the 2019 pro-democracy protests.
Popular ride-sharing app Didi is the latest Big Tech target of the CCP, suspended from app stores for violating the country's data protection rules until it makes changes to its user data collection processes.
When one thinks of cyber attacks on industrial networks, one often pictures advanced nation-state threat actors using sophisticated techniques. A new report indicates that the modern trend may be in the other direction.
As major ransomware attacks continue to be an almost-weekly news item, companies up for policy renewal are getting an unpleasant surprise. Reinsurance broker Wills Re reports that cyber reinsurance rates are up by as much as 40% across the industry.
Maine's new law is both the strongest and broadest in scope as of yet. The new bill bans the use of facial recognition technology across all levels of state government.
As Apple fends off a variety of antitrust probes, one of the chief arguments it has put forward centers on platform privacy and security. Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice President of the European Commission, is having none of it.
Germany's data protection commissioner tells German government organizations to shut down their official Facebook Pages by January 2022 or face potential enforcement action.
Hackers timed a supply chain attack to hit when IT workers were off duty. An attack on MSPs making use of Kaseya products is thought to have compromised at least 200 of that company's clients.
The cyber standards for defense contractors are more rigorous, but a new report indicates that those wheels are not fully in motion. The survey found common failure to comply with CMMC requirements.
A recent decision by the European Commission has granted the UK the "adequacy" status needed for international data transfers to be considered legal under the terms of the GDPR.