Windows 10 faces fresh privacy concerns after security experts found the software sends some form of metadata back to Microsoft every five minutes, no matter what users disable in order to prevent it.
What will a Donald Trump presidency mean for the Internet of Things? Even attempting to answer that question is daunting, given the ambiguous-sounding policy proposals from his campaign during the election.
This spring and summer, it seemed like all we talked about was ransomware. In September and October, we wondered if the elections would fall victim to a cyberattack. Now as we approach Thanksgiving and the holiday season, DDoS attacks are front and center, just in time for the busy online retail season.
In the world of hackers these days, it seems to be all about making private – sometimes super-private – information public. Remember the Ashley Madison breach that occurred last year? For this week’s first story, think a bit bigger.
The west African nation of Liberia witnessed a nationwide internet outage causing panic in the international cybersecurity community.
Liberia, that cyber security experts believe has become the testing ground for global hackers has only one way of being on the global server.