How can we keep up with the social media threat landscape as it grows to include more malware, hacks and scams? We discuss on the latest Threatpost podcast.
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A Facebook glitch in May set millions of posts that users composed to “public” for ten days.
Experts say the devil is in the details when it comes to complying with the swath of new privacy and cybersecurity laws enforced by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
An attacker can pick up the profile picture, username and the “likes” of unsuspecting visitors who find themselves landing on a malicious website.
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.
Cloud migration and automated systems, data privacy and encryption all remain central issues for the FBI as it considers its mandate and role in the modern digital age.
The Sun Team APT, likely linked to North Korea, uses Google Play and Facebook as attack vectors.
A new malware campaign being rapidly spread on Facebook is infecting users’ systems to perform credential theft, cryptomining, and click fraud.
Facebook hopes to improve data privacy with a new feature letting users flush their history so that it is cleared from their account.
The apps are deemed malicious by doing things such as capturing pictures and audio when the app is closed, or making an unusually large amount of network calls.