Swedish Court Strikes Dashes Huawei’s Hopes, Upholds Ban

A Swedish court has dismissed Huawei’s appeal of a ban preventing it from participating in the country’s 5G network.

TikTok Improves Privacy Protections For Children

TikTok has announced a number of changes aimed at improving privacy protections for children on its platform.

Equifax Acquiring Fraud Prevention Company Kount

Equifax has announced it is acquiring Kount, one of the leading fraud prevention companies.

Intel Introduces RealSense ID Facial Recognition

Intel has introduced RealSense ID Facial Authentication in an effort to deliver private, secure facial recognition.

SolarWinds Hack Was Supply Chain Attack, Says Datadog CEO

Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel discusses how the SolarWinds hack signals an increased focus by hackers to target software earlier in its development.

SolarWinds Hackers Gained Access to Microsoft Source Code

Microsoft has revealed that hackers viewed some of its source code as part of the SolarWinds attack that government agencies are still investigating.

Zoom Executive Charged For Shutting Down Meetings For China

US prosecutors have charged a China-based Zoom executive for shutting down meetings on behalf of Chinese authorities.

Huawei Opening First Factory Outside of China

Huawei is preparing to open its first network equipment factory outside of China, as the company works to address security concerns.

Security Firm FireEye Details Hack, State-Sponsored Attack

Security firm FireEye is the latest victim of a cyberattack, and likely the victim of a state-sponsored attack.

Cloudflare, Apple and Fastly Create Improved, Private DNS

Engineers from Cloudflare, Apple and Fastly have worked together to create an improved DNS protocol that protects user privacy.