Security experts say riff raff should not have access to all that sensitive data
More than 40 percent of staff in British and American corporations have access to sensitive data that they don't need to complete their jobs, according to recent research.
New report from Juniper Networks
With all these remote connections, video streaming and budget constraints, network security is becoming a major headache for networking professionals, according to a study released by Juniper Networks.
Check Point makes charlies out of Amazon security
Israeli Security outfit Check Point have told Wired that Alexa's Web services had bugs that a hacker could have exploited to grab a target's entire voice history, meaning their recorded audio interactions with Alexa.
Three quarters of them finally know the company's cyber security policy
New research from Trend Micro shows that nearly three quarters of remote workers say they are more conscious of their organisation’s cybersecurity policies since the lockdown began.
New fresh from the oven research from PCI Pal has has uncovered that a significant proportion of consumers will act with their feet and take their custom elsewhere, should their personal data be compromised by a business due to poor security practices amid the pandemic.
Persians invade again
Babylon Health has acknowledged that its GP video appointment app has suffered a data breach and gave users access to other patent's medical records.
CallStranger needs patching
A severe vulnerability in a core protocol found in almost all internet of things (IoT) devices allows and attackers to hijack smart devices for DDoS attacks and bypass security to reach and conduct scans on a victim's internal network .
You can switch off aggregated data collection now
Xiaomi released software updates for its browser apps on Monday amid fresh accusations it's been collecting private data from people who use its phones and browser apps.
You can't save them
As predicted, the proprietary locking system Apple rolled out with its 2018 MacBook Pros is hurting independent repair stores, refurbishers, and electronics recyclers.