While many privacy concerns remain unaddressed for contact tracing apps, experts are now questioning the technical and logistics issues to justify their existence.
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.
Microsoft disclosed that besides using the trojanized Orion software on its platform, SolarWinds hackers accessed Microsoft source code after compromising internal accounts.
According to a new FBI warning, hackers are stepping up their attacks on U.S. automotive industry to include ransomware infections, data breaches, phishing attacks, and corporate espionage activities.
Pretty much all of America's major rivals and enemies are looking to interfere in 2020, and hacker groups are attacking both the Trump and Biden camps with greater frequency.
France’s data protection watchdog CNIL has published a set of guidelines to provide GDPR guidance on web scraping for direct marketing and recommended actions to businesses.
Apple certified the most prevalent macOS malware through its notarization process. Despite a quick response, the malware succeeded in bypassing Apple's security controls for a second time.
A hacker on a Russian-speaking forum is selling hundreds of business executives' email and password combinations for Office 365 and Microsoft accounts for use in BEC scams.
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI is facing a new lawsuit for violating Illinois state privacy laws for trawling public sources to vacuum up pictures of millions of people without consent.
Microsoft warned that hackers are exploiting the Zerologon vulnerability to wage cyber attacks. CISA ordered federal agencies to patch or disconnect their systems from the federal network.