State Farm, the insurance giant with more than 83 million customers, was hit by a credential stuffing attack with unknown number of customer accounts compromised.
EU court recently ruled for website operators to seek user consent before transferring personal data via the Facebook ‘like’ button. This could have an impact to operators’ commercial gains and user experience when using the websites.
Recent German privacy case has led to Amazon, Google and Apple stopping human review of recordings from voice assistants. Will this change the game for the technology or should users give up their privacy for better experience?
Several Bellingcat journalists’ ProtonMail accounts were targeted in a recent phishing attack linked to Russia. The targets were the reporters who broke the names of Russian operatives believed to be behind MH17 attack and Skripal poisoning.
The threat of cyber attacks on connected cars is getting very real as report shows majority of new smart vehicles from top 10 auto manufacturers are vulnerable and will be connected to Internet.
Huawei’s dream of becoming a leader in 5G networks remains on hold as new study found many of its employees had prior links to Chinese intelligence and worked in projects eavesdropping on citizens or scooping up valuable data.
Cost of a data breach is becoming more serious every year. Latest IBM-Ponemon study reports an average figure of $3.92 million which is 12% higher than it was just five years ago.
With lessons learned from 2016 U.S. presidential election, U.S. government officials are taking no chances in upcoming election security by pushing stricter measures to secure online information from cyber attacks.
Winnti malware makes a “comeback”, victimizing major international firms including Bayer, BASF, Siemens and others. The attackers are particularly interested in industrial secret and tracking movements of specific people.