Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including Citizen Lab’s latest report, WannaCry hitting Honda, GhostHook, and Fireball.
Browsing Category: Privacy
The good news is the cost of a data breach is down double-digits, the bad news the size and scope of breaches is creeping up.
Encrypted email service ProtonMail announced it was launching its own VPN, ProtonVPN, on Tuesday.
Almost 200 million voter profiles culled by Republican data broker Deep Root Analytics were left exposed on an Amazon S3 server.
After lawmakers struck down ISP privacy protections earlier this year, new efforts are underway to help consumers win back control of their personal information from their service providers.
In its annual National Exposure Index report, Rapid7 found 160 million computers, IoT devices and servers with open ports that should not be exposed to the public network.
Microsoft patched 95 vulnerabilities today, including two under attack.
Some customers are irked it took GameStop months to inform them that their personal and financial information could have been compromised in a breach of GameStop.com that began in August 2016.
How EternalBlue was ported to Windows 10, a Facebook phishing study, QakBot, and this week’s Apple security announcements are all discussed.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation sued the United States Department of Justice demanding to know whether the agency is complying with rules that mandate a periodic review of National Security Letter gag orders.