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Panasonic’s Data Breach Leaves Open Questions

Cyberattackers had unfettered access to the technology giant's file server for four months.

Italy's Antitrust Regulator Fines Google and Apple for "Aggressive" Data Practices

An Italian antitrust regulator fined Google and Apple for "aggressive" data practices.

California Pizza Kitchen Serves Up Employee SSNs in Data Breach

A huge slice of data – that of 100K+ current and former employees – was spilled in an “external system breach,” the pizza chain said. 

New Android Spyware Poses Pegasus-Like Threat

PhoneSpy already has stolen data and tracked the activity of targets in South Korea, disguising itself as legitimate lifestyle apps.

Robinhood discloses data breach impacting 7 million customers

Stock trading platform Robinhood has disclosed a data breach after their systems were hacked and a threat actor gained access to the personal information of approximately 7 million customers.

LINE App Admits Limited Mishandling Of Users’ Data

LINE regrets potential mishandling as it processed or stored data via servers in China and South Korea respectively.

VPN Exposes Data for 1M Users, Leading to Researcher Questioning

Experts warn that virtual private networks are increasingly vulnerable to leaks and attack.

Android data sharing remains significant, no opt-out available to users

An in-depth analysis of a range of popular Android mobile phones has revealed significant data collection and sharing.

6 Ways to Make Chrome More Secure From Cyber Threats

Chrome is one of the safest browsers out there. It actively protects users against malicious websites by notifying them of potential dangers, it has automatic updates, and it generally offers quite good data protection. However, no browser is secure enough for you not to take any extra measures. Pretty much all browsers (and Chrome is […]

IP Surveillance Bugs in Axis Gear Allow RCE, Data Theft

Three security vulnerabilities in Axis video products could open up the door to a bevy of different cyberattacks on businesses.

The Telegraph exposes 10 TB database with subscriber info

'The Telegraph', one of UK's largest newspapers and online media outlets, has leaked 10 TB of data after failing to properly secure one of its databases.

Today's cars are mobile data centers, and that data needs to be protected

Our cars can no longer be considered as independent machines providing for our personal transportation, but mobile data centers.

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