The world's biggest domain registrar, GoDaddy, has suffered another blow to its reputation for security after losing control of the addresses of several well-known cryptocurrency services.
DHS is now requesting that the U.S. Congress grant it extraordinary administrative subpoena powers so that it can request ISPs to turn over the contact information for the owners of industrial control systems.
Microsoft announced a breach where they uncovered misconfigured security rules in one internal database that exposed 250 million customer service records for almost whole of December.
Virginia is the latest state to adopt a consumer privacy law, with the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) signed by the governor in early March. The bill adopts some of the terms seen in the CPRA.
Huawei claims that not only will they benchmark its Hongmeng OS against Apple iOS when it comes to data privacy and security, it will also be 60% faster than Android and MacOS.
Survey on consumer sentiments towards 5G technology acceptance shows Baby Boomers are most concerned about data privacy while Millennials worry more about environmental and health impacts.
Instead of using cookies, IAB Tech Lab is proposing web tracking technologies through one centralized token that follows users around the web to track browsing habits and privacy preferences.
Recent Equifax downgrade surprised Wall street as it’s the first company in history to have ratings outlook downgraded due to escalating litigation and regulatory costs from 2017 data breach and increase in cybersecurity spending.
Toyota Motor Corporation has been the victim of a series of data breaches in Australia, Thailand, Vietnam and Japan over the past six months. Latest data breach in Japan has impacted 3.1 million customers’ information.