Threat actors compromised American automaker General Motors in a credential stuffing attack, accessed customers' personal information, and redeemed reward points for gift cards.
News has recently emerged that the US Census Bureau was compromised by a cyber attack in January 2020 which was traced back to a Citrix vulnerability that had just been publicly disclosed about a month prior.
Nearly 7,000 pages of leaked Facebook documents are out in the public. They show how the company used access to data as a reward and shut off the access when rival companies become too powerful.
Privacy should be a top-of-mind issue as new privacy regulations keep appearing globally. However, recent report shows organizations are still unprepared to deal with them effectively.
Hackers injected trojan code into the Roblox scripts by compromising the Synapse X engine, allowing them to install DLL libraries capable of breaking applications and destroying data.
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.
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.
Google bans stalkerware apps that do not obtain consent and provide persistent notifications on user tracking. Parental monitoring and enterprise management apps will be allowed.
The battle against Log4Shell is proceeding very slowly due to a confluence of factors. It remains buried in a number of assets, particularly legacy systems that are tougher to address. But it also continues to affect organizations via new devices.
Growing number of Americans now feel that state and local governments should increase their cybersecurity spending and do more to protect data from cyberattacks, similar to that which crippled the city of Atlanta in March 2018.