A series of moves by the Chinese government to assert dominance over the country's native tech giants has seemingly culminated with a new data security law that can put them out of business.
Report found that organizations faced cybersecurity risks while transitioning to the hybrid workplace because of the bad behaviors picked up by employees during remote working.
Investigation showed that scammers manually access 91% of compromised accounts within a week, 50% within 12 hours, and used them to send bulk credential phishing messages.
Hackers listed FIFA 21 and Frostbite engine source code and developer tools for sale on an underground hacking forum following the successful Electronic Arts data breach.
Currently slated for a September release, iOS 15 will implement enhanced privacy controls for Siri's speech recognition and email privacy as well as a new "privacy report" feature.
European Commission has approved a new version of the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for data transfer agreements in line with the Schrems II decision.
Facebook is employing some creative new tactics in its extended battle with Apple. A paid academic study concludes that Apple's new privacy policies in iOS 14 are anticompetitive.
The $425 million GDPR fine has been proposed by Luxembourg’s data protection commission, which has submitted a draft decision to the data protection authorities of the other EU member states.
A new password leak, the largest to date, contains over 8.4 billion credentials among which may have been the account used to get into Colonial Pipeline's network.
The DOJ elevated the priority of ransomware attacks, comparing them to terrorism and directing U.S. Attorneys to coordinate investigations through the ransomware task force.