Apple M1 vulnerability “Silver Sparrow” has opened discussions as to the M1 and Apple’s security risks as it moves to homegrown chips.
Apple added that they believe that “technology should protect users’ fundamental right to privacy, and that means giving users tools to understand which apps and websites may be sharing their data with other companies for advertising or advertising measurement purposes, as well as the tools to revoke permission for this tracking.”
Tesla joins forces with FBI to thwart an attempted ransomware attack that involved an outsider trying to bribe a company employee with $1 million.
The REvil ransomware cyber gang claims to have attacked Brown-Forman, the owner of Jack Daniel’s and other popular liquor brands. The sophisticated ransomware gang claims to be holding 1TB of Brown-Forman corporate data for ransom, including employee information, pledging to leak the data in batches if the company does not respond to its demands. Brown-Forman has released few details about the attack, and claims “There are no active negotiations.”
The Twitter hacker’s virtual court hearing was zoombombed proving that in the era of virtual communication, simple administrative settings are the key to mitigating intruders.
A recent cyber-attack against tech company Garmin garners up to $10 million ransom. With ransomware on the rise, it’s just a matter of time before a big attack happens again.
The massive Twitter hack this past week was a wake-up call for many of the vulnerabilities our collective reliance on social media channels presents. Here is a short overview of the specifics that have been uncovered as a result of investigation by the FBI, lawmakers, cybersecurity experts and Twitter itself, as well as what the impact of a hack of this nature means for CISOs and their security vendor partners.
Last year, Facebook had been ordered to stop collecting and combining data across its various platforms without explicit user consent. This latest ruling in Karlsruhe effectively negates the stay granted by the Dusseldorf court, and requires Facebook to once again comply with the original order. This could well trigger a domino effect of regulatory action against Facebook in the EU and the US.
As more workers are now working at home, companies need to think about protecting data and the systems that are required to do so. Here are 5 tips for protecting data in the time of work from home and COVID-19.
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