Facebook Saga Continues

April 1, 2018 0

Facebook Admits It May Collect Data About Your Calls and Text Messages. Here’s How to Turn It Off The social media company says users gave it permission to collect their data, but most people were […]

Hackers ramp up digital currency mining attacks

April 1, 2018 0

Cybersecurity experts have observed a surge in illicit cryptocurrency-mining attacks, as interest in the profitable digital markets continues to soar. Cyber criminals joining the gold rush are increasingly wriggling their way into internet-…

GOP chair urges passage of Homeland Security cyber legislation

April 1, 2018 0

House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) is urging swift passage of a bill that would reorganize a key prong of the government’s defense against cyberattacks, citing compounding threats to U.S. critical infrastructure.The bill would…

San Diego Sues Experian

March 31, 2018 0

San Diego city attorney sues Experian over massive data breach, saying consumers were never told San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott has filed a lawsuit against consumer credit giant Experian, contending the company suffered a […]

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