The second-largest auto insurance provider in the U.S. has since fixed the vulnerability that exposed information from its website.
Joseph Carson, chief security scientist at Thycotic, discusses the death of data privacy and what comes next.
Clubhouse denies it was ‘breached’ and says the data is out there for anyone to grab.
A man caught in an FBI sting allegedly said he wanted to destroy “70 percent of the internet” by going after the tech giant’s data centers.
The flaw that caused the leak of personal data of more than 533 million users over the weekend no longer exists; however, the social media giant still faces an investigation by EU regulators.
A massive operation offers access to hacked camera feeds in bedrooms and at hotels.
An estimated 32 million, of the half-billion of Facebook account details posted online, were tied to US-based accounts.
Google’s Pixel and Apple’s iPhone both in privacy hot seat for siphoning mobile device data without consent.
A class-action suit in Florida accuses the tech giant of unlawfully intercepting communications by using session-replay software to capture the interaction of people visiting the corporate homepage Intel.com.
CEO says Apple rejected a security update needed to protect human-rights abuse evidence.