Some of the most popular dating services may be violating GDPR or other privacy laws
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A device that is supposed to help parents keep track of their children and give them a peace of mind can be turned into a surveillance device
The study tested 81 IoT devices to analyze their behavior and tracking habits, and in some cases brought rather surprising findings
An ESET survey of thousands of people in North America provides a peek into how they perceive the privacy and security of their smart home connected devices
The humongous collection of extensive personal details about millions of people could be a gold mine for scam artists
The times they have a-changed since the ICO could only slap fines worth a fraction of the current amounts
Why smaller businesses cannot afford to ignore how they gather, store and protect data
With just days left in 2018, ESET experts offer their reflections in ‘Cybersecurity Trends 2019’ on themes that are set to figure prominently in the upcoming year
There is no evidence that the flaw was misused during the six days it was alive, said the tech giant
Defensive steps for Marriott Starwood guests worried their personal information may have been compromised by the massive data breach
What has the Internet brought us? And how does privacy stay anchored in the data deluge of the digital age? Here’s a brief reflection to celebrate today’s Internet Day
Social media giant fined in the UK for failing to protect users’ personal information and for a lack of transparency
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be a network of connected convenience but this should not come at the expense of safeguarding your privacy and the personal data that connected devices collect and share.
These developments show that security technology is now keeping up, or outpacing other technological and regulatory developments. Thus, while users’ wants often continue to trump their appreciation of risk, the industry has responded and in many cases gotten ahead of popular demand.
People exercising on far-flung military bases are being exposed by their fitness tracker.
The new age of technology and legislation brings safety concerns for your personal data
The association expects the increased costs incurred in security breaches to come both from traditional areas, such as network cleanup and customer notification, and newer areas such as litigation.
The holidays are a time when people purchase gifts for their friends, families, and yes, even for themselves. Increasingly, children are using and accessing more and more digital devices — making it important for everyone to work together to secure these devices.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the United Kingdom has issued a stark reminder and straight-to-the-point warning for all employees who might be tempted to snoop on others’ personal data.
These new security measures will undoubtedly not only impact the security of data stored on a phone that has been lost or stolen, but could also complicate the progress of criminal investigations requiring the forensic analysis of a phone.