The Federal Trade Commission on Monday announced it is launching an investigation into Facebook’s data privacy practices
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The Department of Justice has announced charges against nine Iranians, affiliated with the Mabna Institute, who are accused of stealing private data from U.S. universities, private companies, and U.S. government departments.
The senate on Thursday gave the thumbs up to a bill that is the subject of both support by tech companies and critique by privacy groups.
The city of Atlanta is being extorted for $51,000 in a ransomware attack that occurred early Thursday that impacted several local government departments.
Apple has confirmed a privacy bug in it iPhone that allows the Siri voice assistant to read out messages from locked screens – even if the messages are hidden.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica scandal that has unfolded this past week, acknowledging that “we made mistakes” and vowing to step up to the plate when it comes to data security.
Politians are calling for legal ramifications for Facebook on the heels of the data privacy scandal that rocked the social media giant this week.
Security experts are calling for a higher prioritization of data security in the wake of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal.
AMD on Tuesday acknowledged several vulnerabilities that had been reported in its Ryzen and EPYC chips, and said that it would roll out PSP firmware patches in the coming week.
Dewan Chowdhury, founder of MalCrawler, talks at SAS about the risks that companies face when securing their industrial control systems and robotics.