Microsoft says Russia conducted a cyber espionage campaign against Ukraine's allies, mainly NATO members, to collect crucial information in parallel with the ground invasion.
The publication of the government's response to the sprawling consultation results marks a more specific direction for the intended changes to the UK Data Protection Act.
The US Chamber of Commerce stands in opposition to the passage of a federal privacy law citing its priority over individual state law and its guarantee of rights to class action lawsuits as dealbreakers.
NFT marketplace OpenSea acknowledged a data breach after an employee of a third-party email delivery vendor downloaded email addresses and shared them with an unauthorized party.
The personal data of 1 billion China citizens, or about two-thirds of the country's entire population, appears to be available for sale on an underground forum after a data leak.
The fitness tracking app Strava may have inadvertently compromised not only classified locations, but the movement of personnel over extended periods of time. Surveillance campaign on Israel's military uncovered.
The LockBit gang is the latest ransomware-as-a-service outfit to push the envelope, this time by offering the criminal underworld's first known bug bounty program.
Italy’s data protection authority has ruled that Google's data transfers to servers in the United States fall afoul of the rules of the GDPR, with the company not anonymizing IP addresses sufficiently.
AMD said it was investigating a data breach by the RansomHouse cyber extortion group claiming to have stolen 450 GB of data by exploiting weak passwords used by the chipmaker's employees.
Amid concerns that tech companies will share potentially incriminating user data with states that have outlawed abortions after the Roe v. Wade decision, a coalition of Democratic lawmakers and privacy advocates is renewing calls for enhanced regulation.