VPN users have been reporting issues with iOS 9 this week following a report from Cisco that detailed issues with connecting to a VPN.
Privacy activist Max Schrems is taking a case against Facebook to the European Court of Justice today to prevent US government agencies accessing user data.
Well, that didn’t take very long, did it? Only a few short months after its release, the team behind Apple Pay is already working to clean up a series of hacks that have rendered their premier mobile payment service vulnerable to hackers skilled in the art of social engineering.
On Monday, the triple team of Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald, and Edward Snowden himself took to the news aggregation website Reddit to participate in an AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) on the tails of their Oscar win from Sunday night for the documentary Citizenfour.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire for promising to ban encrypted and ephemeral messaging apps if he is re-elected later this year. His comments came just a few days after the Paris terrorist attacks.
This year at the 2015 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, the head of the Federal Trade Commission Edith Ramirez used her opening keynote to express concerns about the privacy and security of Internet of Things devices, and what the industry is going to need to do in the near future to gain the consumers’ trust.
The year 2014 witnessed several cases of hacking and security breaching. From malware attacks on Yahoo and Apple to online attack on thousands of stores, 2014 was an eventful year that saw many cyber hits.
The Irish government has submitted a court filing that says that US courts must get its permission to access emails stored in a Microsoft data center in Dublin.
US Senator Ron Wyden has introduced a new bill that bans the government from planting backdoors into US tech electronics and software. The ‘Secure Data Act’ is aimed to protect data security and privacy of all US citizens.
LastPass has published its e-tailer scorecard for a number of major business’ online stores, scoring how each one does in protecting user data such as names, addresses, and most importantly, payment data.