Apple will reportedly introduce a new privacy update for the iPhone that will prevent installed iOS apps from seeing which other apps have been downloaded to the device.
An ingenious team of Israeli security researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered a way to steal secret encryption keys using a gadget so small it can be hidden inside some pita bread.
Popular meme site Reddit has announced that it will soon encrypt all traffic with HTTPS by default.
Privacy search engine DuckDuckGo has seen traffic rocket after recent widely publicized privacy scares, according to the company.
The 28 EU member states have taken a significant step towards a historic overhaul of EU-wide data protection laws, first proposed three years ago.
Snapchat has added an option for two-factor authentication in its latest update, followed in the footsteps of Apple, Twitter and Facebook.
Casual dating website ‘Adult FriendFinder’ has been hacked, leaking data from as many as 3.9 million accounts, according to an investigation by Channel 4 News.
Google and Apple have signed a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to reject any proposal that would grant police access to encrypted phone data.
The British government has passed legislation amending the Computer Misuse Act to prevent GCHQ, the police and intelligence services from prosecution over any hacking into mobile phones and computers.
Apple has filed a court objection against the sale of RadioShack customer data for those who had purchased its products, reports Ars Technica.
A year after Google introduced its controversial ‘right to be forgotten’ feature, the search giant has published some statistics about its implementation.
Two men were arrested last week for allegedly developing hacking software that steals user information and photos from the image-hosting website Photobucket.
The mass collection of American phone records and metadata by the National Security Agency (NSA) has been ruled illegal by a US appeals court.
Concern over the security of Windows in China has led to a ‘gold rush’, as Chinese firms race to fill the gap left by Microsoft’s operating system, reports Reuters.