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NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook is on the hot seat for allowing Cambridge Analytica to misappropriate Facebook user data and mine it for some deceptive election operations, but it’s not the only company collecting internet user data and exploiting it for commercial or political purposes.
DAILY VIDEO: Under Armour reports data breach impacting 150 Million user accounts; Windows chief leaving Microsoft in cloud-, AI-focused reorganization.
Cloudflare's new 126.96.36.199 public service provides faster internet address resolution and the promise of improved privacy for DNS.
High-end retailers Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor are the latest victims of a data breach, though it's currently unclear how attackers were able to steal the data.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg are trying to make amends to users in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data breach by making it easier to view and change privacy settings.
eWEEK March Recap Video: A report by the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) describes what U.S. how Russian cyber actors were able to carry out persistent attacks on vulnerable energy stations and other critical infrastructure.
New reports shed light on the current state of ransomware payouts and also reveal concerns about IoT cyber-risks.
Start backing up everything you create now, if you haven’t already. Life happens, and you really don’t want something out of your control happening to all your personal digital property.
Among the patches in the Apple operating system updates is one for a vulnerability that could enable unauthorized applications to log user keystrokes.
A Gartner “Magic Quadrant” report identified the top companies that provide application security testing services that identify security vulnerabilities and weaknesses in defensive measures.
Fraud prevention, web application security and biometrics firms were among the cyber-security startups that secured new funding in March 2018.