T-Mobile and Verizon announced they have both rolled out the STIR/SHAKEN protocols in an effort to fight robocalls and spam.
Senator Edward J. Markey and Congressman Ted W. Lieu have reintroduced the Cyber Shield Act legislation to tackle Internet of Things (IoT) security.
Mozilla has announced a significant change to how Firefox handles HTTP Referrers, in an effort to improve user privacy.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is taking action to ban three Chinese wireless carriers: China Unicom, Pacific Networks and ComNet.
DuckDuckGo is mincing no words in calling out Google’s apps for spying on users and not respecting their privacy.
Dropbox has announced it is making Dropbox Passwords free to all users, providing a valuable password management option when it’s needed most.
It appears encrypted messaging app Signal is being blocked by China, with users needing to use a VPN to connect.
Molson Coors has announced in a regulatory filing that it halted its brewery operations as a result of a cyberattack — just when things were starting to look up.
Any hopes Huawei had of the Biden administration easing up on restrictions were dashed, as the new administration is doubling down.