Threatpost talks to Digital Guardian’s Tim Bandos about the top insider threats that enterprises are facing today.
Researchers create digital dossiers of mobile users scraped from Tor network traffic.
Deepfake technology is becoming easier to create – and that’s opening the door for a new wave of malicious threats, from revenge porn to social-media misinformation.
The company acknowledged it’s using ‘safe browsing’ technology from Tencent, which has ties to the Chinese government.
An alleged fraudster built a vast web of AWS cloud accounts, becoming the platform’s biggest consumer of data resources.
Apple has been called out by Chinese state-run media as protecting “rioters,” while Blizzard bans a Hearthstone player for supporting Hong Kong.
Study participants fail to correctly identify core security concepts and tools to help them stay safe online.
Increasing concerns over unauthorized surveillance, integration with facial recognition and more are plaguing the doorbell-video camera company.
Data collected for two-factor authentication purposes “inadvertently” matched users to targeted-advertising lists, the company admits.
Ponemon survey data shows that only a third of IT staff say they take a security-first approach to data storage in the cloud.