Accenture: Cybercriminals Becoming More Brazen

The biggest takeaway from our research is that organizations should expect cybercriminals to become more brazen as the potential opportunities and pay-outs from these campaigns climb to the stratosphere.

Robinhood In Hot Water Again Over Hacked Accounts

Robinhood has been in the news again, and not the way it wants, as some 2,000 accounts have been hacked.

China Passes Export Control Laws for Sensitive Export

China has fired the latest shot in the ongoing trade war with the US, passing legislation to restrict exports of sensitive technology.

Zoom End-to-End Encryption Rolling Out Next Week

Zoom has announced it will be rolling out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) beginning next week.

US Joins International Call For Encryption Backdoors

Once again, the US is calling for weakened encryption, along with the Five Eyes, Japan and India.

Windows 10 May Block Drivers That Are Not Verified

Microsoft unveiled a major change as part of its Patch Tuesday yesterday, indicating some drivers may no longer work.

IRS Under Investigation For Illegally Tracking Americans via Their Phones

The IRS is under investigation by the US Treasury’s Inspector General for purchasing smartphone data to illegally track Americans.

Ransomware Results In a Fatality In Germany

Ransomware has been a growing issue for years but, in a first, ransomware appears to have caused the death of a hospital patient.

Senator Blumenthal Demands AT&T Back Off Ad-Based Cellphone Plans

That didn’t take long; Senator Richard Blumenthal has demanded that AT&T rethink its plans to offer ad-subsidized phone plans.

Instagram Accused of Spying on Users Via Phone Cameras

Facebook is being sued over allegations Instagram is spying on users via their phone cameras.