Tagged With Cybersecurity

Apple fixed a flaw that let people 'bomb' your iPhone and cause it to stop working

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Amazon is building up its medical supplies business -- Fitbit acquisition expands healthcare footprint -- Scientists use nanobots to treat cancer

Top intelligence chiefs issue a dire warning about the Kremlin's ongoing efforts to influence the US, defend against Trump's attacks on the FBI, and explain what happened with a shady Russian offering dirt on Trump

Top American cyber official says Russia 'successfully penetrated' some US voter systems during the 2016 election

Russian hackers are laying the groundwork to spy on the US Senate, cybersecurity firm says

A dad-and-son cybersecurity firm impressed investors with its 'unique' software that plays a kind of hide-and-seek with hackers

Lenovo's new laptops have clever built-in webcam covers so you can finally ditch the piece of tape

EXPLAINED: 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' -- the massive Google-discovered security exploits that have Silicon Valley in a tizzy

The biggest risks facing the world in 2018

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Salesforce continues push into healthcare -- Acquisition by Humana highlights data sharing and analytics -- The majority of healthcare organisations lack a cybersecurity leader

Edward Snowden created an app that turns smartphones into security systems aimed at thwarting spies

Trump administration goes on media blitz to blame North Korea for massive WannaCry cyber attack

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Walgreens, New York-Presbyterian launch telemedicine service -- Cybercriminals continue to target health data -- Philips buys VitaHealth

NATO made one of its biggest policy shift in decades to send a message to Russia

When you visit a web page, there's a better-than-even chance Google knows about it

How Uber reportedly tried to keep the lid on the data breach that affected 57 million people

Cisco is linking up with Interpol to share data about the cyber criminals it finds both on and off its network

Obama's former cybersecurity tsar says military officers shouldn't take sides in politics

There are 1.9 billion stolen passwords and usernames available on the black market, and up to 25% of them will still work on a Google account

The US's most secretive intelligence agency was embarrassingly robbed and mocked by anonymous hackers