GDPR may be going in effect Friday, but U.S. citizens have a ways to go before seeing similar privacy regulations from the U.S government.
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The new hardware-based protections Intel announced earlier in March it was embedding into new chips will only protect against Spectre and Meltdown – but not the newly disclosed Variant 4, sources said.
Schneider Electric on Tuesday issued fixes for a vulnerability its SoMachine Basic software that could result in disclosure and retrieval of arbitrary data.
Yet another speculative execution side channel flaw has been disclosed in processors – and security experts warn that more may be out there.
Intel on Monday acknowledged that its processors are vulnerable to another Spectre-like speculative execution side channel flaw that could allow attackers to access information.
The U.S. Senate gave the nod to restoring the 2015 Open Internet Order, putting net neutrality on the fast track to a House vote.
Threatpost editors Tom Spring, Tara Seals and Lindsey O’Donnell discuss the week’s information security news.
A recently discovered malware steals cache data and messaging sessions from the desktop version of encrypted messaging service Telegram.
An array of malicious Android apps purporting to be popular game Fortnite are instead harvesting call logs and downloading cryptomining malware.
Deception technology is an emerging category of cyber defense that is particularly useful when it comes to IoT devices, SCADA systems and medical devices.