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SK Telecom to launch quantum gateway for self-driving car security

1 hour ago

SK Telecom will launch its Quantum Gateway Security solution that it says will prevent hacking of autonomous cars at Mobile World Congress.

POS firm says hackers planted malware on customer networks

2 hours ago

Nearly 140 bars, restaurants, and coffee shops all over the US have had POS systems infected with malware.

North Korea's Lazarus Group Targets Russian Companies For First Time

3 hours ago

In an unusual development, the group known for its attacks against companies in countries viewed as geopolitical foes is now going after companies in a country considered an ally, Check Point Software says.

Google Research: No Simple Fix For Spectre-Class Vulnerabilities

3 hours ago

Chip makers' focus on performance has left microprocessors open to numerous side-channel attacks that cannot be fixed by software updates - only by hard choices.

Congress wants Facebook to explain why closed groups leaked user data

3 hours ago

Little-known user data leak uncovered in July 2018 comes back to haunt Facebook.

Microsoft to Kill Updates for Legacy OS Using SHA-1

4 hours ago

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 users are being asked to upgrade their encryption support.

ThreatList: APT Adversaries Up the Ante on Speed, Target Telecom

5 hours ago

Russia-linked actors need just 18 minutes to go from compromise to lateral movement.

Splunk pulls out of Russia

5 hours ago

Cites "shifting priorities"

Palo Alto to buy Demisto for US$560 million

5 hours ago

Swoops on US-Israeli information security firm in cash and stock deal.

Germany still in talks on Huawei 5G network role, minister says

5 hours ago

Questions over high-speed internet infrastructure build.

When surveillance meets incompetence

5 hours ago

Last week brought an extraordinary demonstration of the dangers of operating a surveillance state — especially a shabby one, as China’s apparently is. An unsecured database exposed millions of records of Chinese Muslims being tracked via facial recogn ...

Cybersecurity 101: Five settings to secure your iPhone or iPad

7 hours ago

iOS 12, Apple’s latest mobile software for iPhone and iPad, is out. The new software packs in a bunch of new security and privacy features you’ve probably already heard about. Here’s what you need to do to take advantage of the new settings and loc ...

19 Minutes to Escalation: Russian Hackers Move the Fastest

7 hours ago

New data from CrowdStrike's incident investigations in 2018 uncover just how quickly nation-state hackers from Russia, North Korea, China, and Iran pivot from patient zero in a target organization.

Malvertising campaign hits US users hard over Presidents' Day weekend

7 hours ago

Cyber-security firm Confiant reports as many as 800 million malicious ad impressions recorded over a three-day period.

Making the Case for a Cybersecurity Moon Shot

7 hours ago

There are severe and unsolved problems in our industry that justify a sustained effort and substantial investment. It's worth picking one.

New GandCrab Decryptor Unlocks Files of Updated Ransomware

8 hours ago

This is the third update to the prolific GandCrab malware within the past year.

ATM Jackpotting Malware Hones Its Heist Tools

9 hours ago

The WinPot malware takes its cues from slot machines.

How to protect your Google Account with the Advanced Protection Program

10 hours ago

If you want to beef up the security on your Google Account, then the Advanced Protection Program those at risk of targeted attacks – such as journalists, activists, business leaders, and political campaign teams – is for you. Here's how to enable the ...

Why Palo Alto Networks paid $560 million for Demisto: Security operations need to be automated

10 hours ago

Demisto orchestrates and automates security response and Palo Alto Networks has an application platform strategy. Combine the two companies and you get more tools to automate security incident responses.

6 Tax Season Tips for Security Pros

10 hours ago

Here are some practical ways to ensure your company's safety as Uncle Sam comes calling.

Breach in Stanford System Exposes Student Records

10 hours ago

A wide variety of data was visible through the vulnerability.

Palo Alto Networks to Buy Demisto for $560M

10 hours ago

This marks Palo Alto Networks' latest acquisition and its first of 2019.

Palo Alto Networks to acquire Demisto for $560M

11 hours ago

Palo Alto Networks announced today that it intends to acquire security startup, Demisto, for $560 million. The company sees a tool that can help enhance the Palo Alto security portfolio by adding a higher level of automation. “The addition of Demisto’ ...

Security Leaders Are Fallible, Too

11 hours ago

Security leaders set the tone for their organizations, and there are many places where the process can go wrong. Second in a six-part series.

Accused hacker Lauri Love loses legal bid to reclaim seized IT gear

13 hours ago

Spared court costs as he reveals £120-a-week income "Mr Love, you're not the victim in this. You brought this on yourself; you're the victim of your own decisions," District Judge Margot Coleman told accused hacker Lauri Love in court today as she refuse ...

Splunk pulls out of Russia with mysterious statement

13 hours ago

Company to honor ongoing contracts, but the long term plan is to stop selling Splunk access to Russian companies.

This malware turns ATM hijacking into a slot machine game

13 hours ago

WinPot can force infected ATMs to automatically dispense cash. Just spin.

Revealed: Numbers show extent of security fears about security biz Kaspersky Lab

14 hours ago

Global sales up 4% but North America element down 25% Eugene Kaspersky's security biz saw turnover crash by a quarter in North America following the US government's decision to remove the antivirus software from federal systems.…

Estonia's Volunteer Cyber Militia

14 hours ago

Interesting -- although short and not very detailed -- article about Estonia's volunteer cyber-defense militia. Padar's militia of amateur IT workers, economists, lawyers, and other white-hat types are grouped in the city of Tartu, about 65 miles from th ...

Microsoft's M12 leads $15m funding round for cyberfraud startup nsKnox

15 hours ago

nsKnox intends to use the cash injection to boost its global footprint in the cybersecurity arena.

You have around 20 minutes to contain a Russian APT attack

15 hours ago

Russian state hackers don't leave room for error in your cyber-security defenses.

Senseon raises $6.4M to tackle cybersecurity threats with an AI ‘triangulation’ approach

15 hours ago

Darktrace helped pave the way for using artificial intelligence to combat malicious hacking and enterprise security breaches. Now a new UK startup founded by an ex-Darktrace executive has raised some funding to take the use of AI in cybersecurity to the ...

LandMark White data breach could impact Westpac property service customers

15 hours ago

Westpac Group says names, addresses, and contact details may have been exposed through the third party breach.

Apple: iPhone's Group FaceTime isn't working as it did before eavesdrop bug fix

15 hours ago

Apple confirms that Group FaceTime 'add person' feature is hobbled after eavesdropping patch in iOS 12.1.4.

Bitdefender releases third GandCrab ransomware free decrypter in the past year

17 hours ago

Recent decrypter update lets victims who got infected with GandCrab between November 2018 and February 2019 recover files without paying the ransom demand.

New head of AustCyber Node named

22 hours ago

Ian Martinus to lead uni’s cyber industry engagements.

OAIC under fire for long review wait times following Notifiable Data Breaches scheme

22 hours ago

Information and Privacy Commissioner Angelene Falk has revealed during Senate Estimates that there are 18 Freedom of Information reviews that have been left unassigned for 11 months.

Big four banks back high school security 'challenges'

23 hours ago

Opt-in program seen as breeding future workforce and less-easily-scammed customers.

India’s state gas company leaks millions of Aadhaar numbers

1 day ago

Another security lapse has exposed millions of Aadhaar numbers. This time, India’s state-owned gas company Indane left exposed a part of its website for dealers and distributors, even though it’s only supposed to be accessible with a valid username an ...

Ahead of EU polls, Facebook voids accounts targeting Moldovan election

1 day ago

Disrupted attempt to influence voters.

Huawei could still be in play for 5G in New Zealand and United Kingdom

1 day ago

New Zealand's prime minister won't rule out that Huawei tech could still be used in an internet upgrade across her country if unnamed risks can be mitigated.

Rietspoof malware spreads via Facebook Messenger and Skype spam

1 day ago

Avast researchers spot new malware spreading via instant messaging clients.

Banks praised for their internal cyber defence capabilities

1 day ago

With concerns over where the responsibility of attribution should lie.

When Cyberattacks Pack a Physical Punch

1 day ago

Physical security goes hand in hand with cyberdefense. What happens when – as we see all too often – the physical side is overlooked?

Windows 7 users: You need SHA-2 support or no Windows updates after July 2019

1 day ago

Microsoft will begin rolling out SHA-2 standalone updates for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 in March in preparation for its July 16 implementation deadline.

NZ will do its own risk assessment of Huawei kit: Ardern

1 day ago

After report suggested British precautions could be used by other nations.

I Am Not Associated with Swift Recovery Ltd.

1 day ago

It seems that someone from a company called Swift Recovery Ltd. is impersonating me -- at least on Telegram. The person is using a photo of me, and is using details of my life available on Wikipedia to convince people that they are me. They are not. If ...

VPN protocol WireGuard now has an official macOS app

1 day ago

WireGuard could be the most promising VPN protocol in years. It lets you establish a connection with a VPN server that is supposed to be faster, more secure and more flexible at the same time. The developers launched a brand new app in the Mac App Store t ...

Daily Crunch: Stop repeating this privacy lie

1 day ago

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Stop saying, ‘We take your privacy and security serious ...

Tor traffic from individual Android apps detected with 97 percent accuracy

1 day ago

New machine learning algorithm can detect when you're using a specific app, such as YouTube, Instagram, Spotify, others.

Who is really in the driver’s seat? Unknown digital threats to your car’s security

1 day ago

The technology managing the systems in our cars could be open drivers up to the risk of hacking. Find out the most common digital threats to our cars, and how you can reduce your risk.

Re: The dream of the LISP machine is alive in the 90ies

1 day ago

Posted by the grugq on Feb 18inline... I like to think I'm as good an armchair philosopher as anyone else that Attacking information processing systems is what I’ve been researching for the last few years. The only way to create propaganda or implement ...

Privacy Ops: The New Nexus for CISOs & DPOs

1 day ago

No longer can privacy be an isolated function managed by legal or compliance departments with little or no connection to the organization's underlying security technology.

Women in tech: Two prominent female CISOs speak out (CxOTalk interview)

1 day ago

The importance of cybersecurity has elevated the crucial role of Chief Information Security Officers. But, how can we get more women into the profession? Two top leaders share the answers.

Cataloging IoT Vulnerabilities

1 day ago

Recent articles about IoT vulnerabilities describe hacking of construction cranes, supermarket freezers, and electric scooters.

Google Earth accidentally reveals secret military sites

1 day ago

The sites offer a glimpse of missiles and launchers in excruciating detail.

Aussie PM blames 'state level' baddies for parliament breach

1 day ago

China, Russia, Israel and the US floated as potential culprits Australia's prime minister has blamed a "sophisticated state actor" for a hack on the country's parliament and some of its prominent political parties.…

White hats spread VKontakte worm after social network doesn't pay bug bounty

1 day ago

VKontakte flooded with spam over Valentine's Day as part of a revenge prank.

Key takeaways from damning UK report on Facebook’s world of “digital gangsters”

1 day ago

The committee report on fake news and data misuse says Facebook maximizes revenue “at all costs” -- even when the cost is user privacy and trust.

Data-spewing Spectre chip flaws can't be killed by software alone, Google boffins conclude

1 day ago

While browsers have got their act together, any other apps interpreting user-supplied code need to be aware of this Google security researchers have analyzed the impact of the data-leaking Spectre vulnerabilities afflicting today's processor cores, and co ...

Tens of millions more web accounts for sale after more sites hacked, Mac malware spreads via Windows.exe, and more

1 day ago

Standby for a 'we woz haxx0ed' email from one of these sites this week... Roundup  Let's kickstart your Monday with some lovely juicy computer security and screwups news, beyond what we reported last week.…

Nine telcos had no metadata interception plan by mid-2018: ACMA

1 day ago

The ACMA's 2017-18 report also reported almost 2.3 million disclosures of customer information by carriers under legal obligations to assist government agencies and departments.

Australia has a challenge of scaling defence capabilities for large cyber attacks

1 day ago

Major General Marcus Thompson says Australia's ability to scale its defence capabilities when it comes to the crunch is what keeps him up at night.

Cyber blitzkrieg replaces cyber Pearl Harbor

1 day ago

The first wartime cyber attack against electricity grids was in 1999, says one of Australia's leading cyber strategists, but 20 years later we're still not ready to face 'multi-vector' cyber attacks.

Political party networks caught up in parliament's IT breach

2 days ago

But no evidence of electoral interference.

Australian political parties also hit by state actor in parliamentary network attack: PM

2 days ago

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said a sophisticated state actor also hit the networks of Australia's political parties when it attacked the parliamentary network.

Stop saying, “We take your privacy and security seriously”

2 days ago

In my years covering cybersecurity, there’s one variation of the same lie that floats above the rest. “We take your privacy and security seriously.” You might have heard the phrase here and there. It’s a common trope used by companies in the wake ...

UK parliament calls for antitrust, data abuse probe of Facebook

2 days ago

A final report by a British parliamentary committee which spent months last year investigating online political disinformation makes very uncomfortable reading for Facebook — with the company singled out for “disingenuous” and “bad faith” respo ...

Almost 300,000 Australians cancelled their My Health Record by mid-November

2 days ago

Although the government would not reveal the latest opt-out numbers, it did reveal where people have cancelled an existing My Health Record.

It's complicated, says Britain's MI6 spymaster on Huawei 5G issue

2 days ago

No easy answers: chief of Britain's foreign intelligence.

OpenAI built a text generator so good, it’s considered too dangerous to release

2 days ago

A storm is brewing over a new language model, built by non-profit artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, which it says is so good at generating convincing, well-written text that it’s worried about potential abuse. That’s angered some in th ...

Hacker puts up for sale third round of hacked databases on the Dark Web

2 days ago

Hacker is selling 93 million user records from eight companies, including GfyCat.

ClassPass, Gfycat, StreetEasy hit in latest round of mass site hacks

3 days ago

In just a week, a single seller put close to 750 million records from 24 hacked sites up for sale. Now, the hacker has struck again. The hacker, whose identity isn’t known, began listing user data from several major websites — including MyFitnessPal ...

Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers

3 days ago

Google changes stance on upcoming Chrome Manifest V3 changes as benchmark shows they lied about performance hit.

Where’s the Equifax Data? Does It Matter?

4 days ago

Threat-hunters say the breached data from the massive Equifax incident is nowhere to be found, indicating a spy job.

Unisys plans consulting push in Latin America

4 days ago

The company wants to accelerate local strategy by providing direction to clients as regulatory and compliance requirements increase.

Data Breach Bonanza: Dating Apps, Equifax, Mass Credential Dumps

4 days ago

Data-exposure "lowlights" for the week ending Feb. 15, 2019.

Friday Squid Blogging: Sharp-Eared Enope Squid

4 days ago

Beautiful photo of a three-inch-long squid. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here.

Google working on new Chrome security feature to 'obliterate DOM XSS'

4 days ago

Google announces Trusted Types browser API, a new defense against DOM-based XSS attacks.

Marriott now lets you check if you’re a victim of the Starwood hack

4 days ago

Hotel chain giant Marriott will now let you check if you’re a victim of the Starwood hack. The company confirmed to TechCrunch that it has put in place “a mechanism to enable guests to look up individual passport numbers to see if they were included i ...

Hackers Found Phishing for Facebook Credentials

4 days ago

A "very realistic-looking" login prompt is designed to capture users' Facebook credentials, researchers report.

Staffing Shortage Makes Vulnerabilities Worse

4 days ago

Businesses don't have sufficient staff to find vulnerabilities or protect against their exploit, according to a new report by Ponemon Institute.

How AI and machine learning can help you defend the enterprise from cyberattacks

4 days ago

As attack methodologies advance, tool-assisted detection is indispensable for security professionals to manage sprawling networks of devices that are not necessarily trustworthy.

Five emerging cybersecurity threats you should take very seriously in 2019

4 days ago

Ransomware isn’t the only cyberthreat your business will face this year. Here are five emerging threats that leaders need to know about.

Eight Cryptojacking Apps Booted From Microsoft Store

4 days ago

The eight apps were secretly stealing victims' CPU power to mine for Monero.

Tips on How to Fight Back Against DNS Spoofing Attacks

4 days ago

Despite a welcome and needed DNS revamp, preventable abuse continues.

The hacking strategies that will dominate in 2019

4 days ago

If you thought sophisticated cyber criminal gangs were the only threat to your organisation, think again. Now almost anyone can access the tools to conduct hacking campaigns.

Even years later, Twitter doesn’t delete your direct messages

4 days ago

When does “delete” really mean delete? Not always or even at all if you’re Twitter . Twitter retains direct messages for years, including messages you and others have deleted, but also data sent to and from accounts that have been deactivated and su ...

ICS/SCADA Attackers Up Their Game

4 days ago

With attackers operating more aggressively and stealthily, some industrial network operators are working to get a jump on the threats.

GAO gives Congress go-ahead for a GDPR-like privacy legislation

4 days ago

Government officials, academia, and advocacy groups say it's time for the US to get its own GDPR-type law.

Post-Quantum Crypto Standards Aren't All About the Math

4 days ago

The industry needs to keep in mind the realities of hardware limits and transitional growing pains, according to Microsoft, Utimaco researchers

Trickbot Malware Goes After Remote Desktop Credentials

4 days ago

The banking trojan is consistently evolving in hopes of boosting its efficacy.

The dream of the LISP machine is alive in the 90ies

4 days ago

Posted by Bas Alberts on Feb 15I ate some bad chicken last night. Really it all started a few days ago when I saw a chick-fil-a commercial about their heart shaped 30pc nugget Valentines day special. That's where that particular piece of data first enter ...

Holby damned! We've caught a virus: Brit medical soaps team up for 'cyber' episode

4 days ago

WannaCry? You will do BBC "sister" medical drama shows Holby City and the venerable Casualty from which it sprang have announced that they are teaming up for a two-part "cyberattack special". NHS techies, stop sniggering at the back!…

White-Hat Bug Bounty Programs Draw Inspiration from the Old West

4 days ago

These programs are now an essential strategy in keeping the digital desperados at bay.

Ultra-Sneaky Phishing Scam Swipes Facebook Credentials

4 days ago

Researchers warn that the phishing campaign looks "deceptively realistic."

Thousands of Android apps permanently record your online activity for ad targeting

4 days ago

Your unique ID is being connected to devices to create an immutable record even when you ask for your history to be forgotten.

Facebook tackles developer databases leaking at least one million user records

4 days ago

The external databases were used by Android app developers who harvested and stored user data.

Reconstructing SIGSALY

4 days ago

Lessons learned in reconstructing the World War II-era SIGSALY voice encryption system.

Microsoft removes eight cryptojacking apps from official store

4 days ago

Eight Windows 10 apps removed from the Microsoft Store after getting caught mining Monero behind users' backs.

Want to know what 2020 holds? Microsoft has a little something for you

4 days ago

Windows 10 Insiders sent screaming into a future where, er, nothing much has changed right now Microsoft fired up the speculation machine last night by issuing a fresh build of Windows 10 to lucky skip-ahead testers: and it contains code from 2020s Window ...

Want to know what 2020 holds? Microsoft has a little something for you

4 days ago

Windows 10 Insiders sent screaming into a future where, er, nothing much has changed right now Microsoft fired up the speculation machine last night by issuing a fresh build of Windows 10 to lucky skip-ahead testers: and it contains code from 2020s Window ...

'This collaboration is absolutely critical going forward'... One positive thing about Meltdown CPU hole? At least it put aside tech rivalries...

4 days ago

Execs, experts hope this cooperation continues to hold for the next big bug A panel of eggheads from Intel, the US government, and academia held court this week to figure how they can keep the likes of El Reg from spoiling their next major bug reveal.…

StarHub banks on enterprise managed services

4 days ago

StarHub again lost customers across pay TV and mobile, but increased its revenue in managed services and cybersecurity.

Optus disables My Account site after users complain of privacy breach

5 days ago

Optus said it is speaking with third-party vendors to look into how the issue happened.

Duelling ghosts battle over encryption laws in a dying Parliament

5 days ago

After just two hours of debate, Australia's encryption law amendments are now stalled in the Senate until April. Only one key amendment was passed, but both government and opposition can claim a win.

Mozilla, Internet Society and Others Pressure Retailers to Demand Secure IoT Products

5 days ago

New initiative offers five principles for greater IoT security .

Hackers tried to steal €13 million from Malta's Bank of Valletta

5 days ago

Hackers tried to send funds to banks in the UK, the US, the Czech Republic, and Honk Kong. Transactions are being reverted.

From 'O.MG' to NSA, What Hardware Implants Mean for Security

5 days ago

A wireless device resembling an Apple USB-Lightning cable that can exploit any system via keyboard interface highlights risks associated with hardware Trojans and insecure supply chains.

Use an 8-char Windows NTLM password? Don't. Every single one can be cracked in under 2.5hrs

5 days ago

CorrectHorseBatteryStaple once again more secure and memorable than ff3sd21n HashCat, an open source password recovery tool, can now crack an eight-character Windows NTLM password hash in less time than it will take to watch Avengers: Endgame.…

High Stress Levels Impacting CISOs Physically, Mentally

5 days ago

Some have even turned to alcohol and medication as their demands outpace resources.

Toyota Prepping 'PASTA' for its GitHub Debut

5 days ago

Carmaker's open source car-hacking tool platform soon will be available to the research community.

Valentine's Emails Laced with Gandcrab Ransomware

5 days ago

In the weeks leading up to Valentine's Day 2019, researchers notice a new form of Gandcrab appearing in romance-themed emails.

127 million user records from 8 companies put up for sale on the dark web

5 days ago

The same hacker sold 620 million user accounts from 16 other companies earlier this week.

Facebook voids accounts targeting Moldova pre-election

5 days ago

More "inauthentic behaviour".

New Professional Development Institute Aims to Combat Cybersecurity Skills Shortage

5 days ago

The (ISC)2 announces a new institute for working cybersecurity professionals to continue their education.

Coffee Meets Bagel Confirms Hack on Valentine's Day

5 days ago

The dating app says users' account data may have been obtained by an unauthorized party.

Bad news for WannaCry slayer Marcus Hutchins: Judge rules being young, hungover, and in a strange land doesn't obviate evidence

5 days ago

When in America, STFU and get a lawyer. Even if you're innocent Marcus Hutchins, the Brit white-hat hacker who halted 2017's WannaCry ransomware outbreak, has failed to stop the American legal system using statements he made while recovering from the effe ...

Diversity Is Vital to Advance Security

5 days ago

Meet five female security experts who are helping to move our industry further than ever before.

Hacker who stole 620 million records strikes again, stealing 127 million more

5 days ago

A hacker who stole close to 620 million user records from 16 websites has stolen another 127 million records from 8 more websites, TechCrunch has learned. The hacker, whose was listing the previously disclosed data for about $20,000 in bitcoin on a dark w ...

Sacramento Kings: Using 5G, VR, and blockchain for the NBA arena of the future

5 days ago

Not only are the Sacramento Kings working with Verizon on 5G and VR, the NBA team is also looking to a future of blockchain and cryptocurrency across smart stadium and STEM education initiatives.

Ever-Changing Emotet Evolves Again with Fresh Evasion Tactic

5 days ago

It has added the technique of using malicious XML files as its delivery method.

Threatpost Poll: Over Half of Firms Asked Struggle with Mobile Security

5 days ago

A Threatpost poll found that 52 percent don't feel prepared to prevent a mobile security incident from happening. The results reflect a challenging mobile security landscape.

Chinese company leaves Muslim-tracking facial recognition database exposed online

5 days ago

Researcher finds one of the databases used to track Uyghur Muslim population in Xinjiang.

Coffee Meets Bagel Dating App Warns Users of Breach

5 days ago

The dating site said users' names and email addresses that were added to the system prior to May 2018 may be impacted.

GandCrab ransomware gang infects customers of remote IT support firms

5 days ago

At least 126 managed service providers forgot to update a plugin back in 2017 and are now vulnerable to attacks.

Google Play Cracks Down on Malicious Apps

5 days ago

Google Play said that app suspensions increased by 66 percent in 2018 on its platform.

Android dating app flaw could have opened the door to phishing attacks

5 days ago

Researchers identify security issues in Android app which could be exploited with a simple trick.

How to Create a Dream Team for the New Age of Cybersecurity

5 days ago

When each member of your security team is focused on one narrow slice of the pie, it's easy for adversaries to enter through the cracks. Here are five ways to stop them.

Can Amazon, Facebook, Google be tamed by being forced to share their data?

5 days ago

A major German party thinks mandatory data-sharing with rivals and the public can rein in Big Tech.

Security Spills: 9 Problems Causing the Most Stress

5 days ago

Security practitioners reveal what's causing them the most frustration in their roles.