The number of exposed records has hit record highs in just the first two quarters.
700,000 customer records were exposed after being housed on a vendor’s server that lacked appropriate security.
Hundreds of contractors reportedly were hired to transcribe Messenger voice chats in order to test the accuracy of an AI algorithm — raising questions about what Facebook does with the data.
A U.S. senator is giving the four telecommunications companies until Sept. 4 to outline how they plan to better protect customer data privacy.
Grindr, Romeo, Recon and 3fun were found to expose users’ exact locations, just by knowing a user name.
Several serious privacy flaws in a kid’s tablet were disclosed this year at Black Hat, which could allow a bad actor to track or send messages to children.
Patient medical history and over 6 million email addresses tied to Democrats were detailed in a misconfigured storage buckets over the past few weeks.
Personal data of 2,000 journalists was found publicly accessible on a spreadsheet on the website for popular trade show E3.
Comprehensive testing of 21 free Android antivirus apps revealed big security vulnerabilities and privacy concerns; especially for AEGISLAB, BullGuard, dfndr and VIPRE.
Vast majority of Apple iOS users haven’t updated to iOS 12.4, leaving themselves wide open to a public exploit.