Google Invests $450 Million In ADT, Forms Nest Partnership

Google has announced it is investing $450 million in security company ADT, in a multi-year partnership that will give Google a 6.6% stake.

Microsoft Moving to Purchase TikTok

Following a weekend of back-and-forth talks, Microsoft appears to be pursuing a deal to purchase TikTok.

Garmin the Latest Victim of Ransomware

GPS company Garmin is the latest high-profile organization to be the victim of a major ransomware attack.

Google Sued For Tracking Users, Even When They Opt Out

Google is facing yet another privacy-related lawsuit, this one alleging the company tracks users even after they opt out.

Congressman Lynch Asks Apple and Google to Crack Down on Foreign Apps

Congressman Stephen Lynch, Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, is calling on Apple and Google to provide more transparency regarding foreign apps.

US May Ban Contractors From Using Chinese Equipment

The US is ramping up its pressure on Chinese firms, with plans to ban any government contractor from using equipment from five companies.

British Government May Be Moving Closer to Huawei U-Turn

The British government may be moving closer to reversing its decision to include Huawei in its 5G rollout.

Senators Introduce Legislation Attacking Encryption

Another day, another attack on the encryption standards that protect every single person using the internet and computing devices.

How Does Hacking Impact Password Security?

If passwords are obsolete, what comes after passwords?

Zoom Charts Path Toward End-to-End Encryption For All Users

Zoom is adding end-to-end encryption (E2EE ) for all users, reversing a decision made just weeks ago to reserve the highest security for paid plans.