Facebook has now exhausted its options for legal challenges as the Irish DPC has ended its stay on the EU-US data transfer ban. The company may be ordered to stop transfers as early as this summer.
Apple boasts of stopping some $1.5 billion in attempted app fraud in 2020 and removing one million malicious apps, but complaints of app-based scams are still quite common.
Study shows that mobile application security is not a given, as thousands of the most popular apps within the boundaries of the official app stores contain common vulnerabilities.
Biden administration executive order looks to make immediate improvement to the nation's cyber defenses, with the headline item being new reporting requirements for federal government vendors that experience cybersecurity breaches.
AXA France, regional division of European insurance giant AXA Group and France's largest general insurer, has announced that it will no longer reimburse ransomware payments for customers within the country.
More stringent data collection rules went into effect in China at the beginning of May. The government continued to show that it is serious about its regulatory stance by sweeping up 33 mobile apps.
When the first reports of the Colonial fuel pipeline attack appeared, it was natural to assume the worst but an investigation by the FBI has fingered a ransomware-as-a-service operator rather than a known state-backed group.
A "Ransomware Task Force" initiative led by the U.S. Department of Justice is including a broad coalition of big tech firms, as well as Europol and the UK National Crime Agency, in an effort to put an end to ransomware payments.
The Instagram ads varied by user but revealed things such as their location, job title, marital status, interests and even search terms they may have used in a bid to highlight Facebook’s data collection.
Apple sells itself to consumers on security and privacy, and one of the building blocks of that ecosystem is its App Store policies. Should Epic's antitrust lawsuit succeed, the "walled garden" may be breached.