Tagged With Cybersecurity

Scammers have started using a fake Spotify email to steal people’s Apple IDs — here are the red flags to watch out for

DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT: How to wipe your personal information from Facebook, Amazon, Google, and other major websites and apps

Facebook has 'tentatively' concluded that spammers, not foreign agents, are to blame for the biggest hack in its history

This $500 device wants to make it easy for you to ditch your Google or Yahoo email account and run your own, private email server

The security community increasingly thinks a bombshell Bloomberg report on Chinese chip hacking could be bogus

Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried

VMware's CEO has a vision that should terrify the security industry: 'Start getting rid of products'

Facebook could be fined up to $US1.63 billion for a massive breach which may have violated EU privacy laws

Facebook just announced it was hacked, and almost 50 million users have been affected

Proposed cybersecurity laws could see telcos forced to install spyware on customers' phones

Meet the little-known group inside of Google that's fighting terrorists and trolls all across the web

Facebook's former security chief warns that 'it's too late to protect the 2018 elections' from meddling

Facebook says Iran-backed accounts pretended to be news organisations to spread information and to launch cyber attacks

A Melbourne teen hacked Apple and stored the evidence in a folder called 'hacky hack hack'

Cybersecurity giant Symantec surges 10% after a $6 billion activist buys a stake

Congress is set to grill the FCC's chairman for falsely claiming his agency was hit with a cyberattack — here's how it could affect the war over net neutrality

Reddit says it was hacked in June and attackers got private messages and other info of early users

Sec. Nielsen on 2016 US election interference: 'It was the Russians'

Facebook has detected a coordinated effort to influence US politics ahead of the 2018 midterm elections

Hackers reportedly took over a digital parking lot kiosk and connected it to a porn site for no apparent reason — and it hints at a worrying trend