Washington's governor has signed a new law that regulates the use of facial recognition technology. But some privacy advocates say the measure, which was backed by Microsoft, doesn't do enough to protect individuals' rights.
An Australian company that sells a GPS tracking smartwatch for kids accidently exposed personal data a second time. But this time around, it has not notified users about the bug, which also could have been used to spoof the location of children.
As CISO of SoftBank Investment Advisers, Gary Hayslip is dealing with a familiar crisis management challenge: Supporting a remote workforce, with extra emphasis on secure identities. But he's also keeping a close eye on his team and the risks of burnout.
Popular teleconferencing software Zoom is continuing to fall under scrutiny as questions are raised over its privacy and security practices. The latest issue: a feature that inadvertently reveals strangers' email addresses and profile photos.
A vulnerability in medication dispensing equipment and an anesthesia system from Becton Dickinson could enable an attacker to access and modify sensitive data, according to alerts issued Tuesday. Medical device security challenges are potentially heightened during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say.
With the U.S. presidential election now seven months away, how have threats to the campaigns evolved, and what impact might be seen from COVID-19? Brigadier General (retired) Francis X. Taylor, a leader of the U.S. CyberDome election security effort, shares an update.
As the coronavirus drives a massive upsurge in remote working, a review of remote desktop protocol usage suggests RDP adoption hasn't spiked. But as IT teams rely more heavily on remote access, experts warn that too many RDP systems remain internet-exposed.
With the U.S. and other nations adopting economic stimulus packages as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic, fraudsters are now using the promise of government checks as phishing lures to spread banking Trojans, according to a pair of new security research reports.
Fraudsters are taking advantage of the increasing use of Zoom for video conferencing to support those working from home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. They're waging phishing campaigns with Zoom themes and hijacking - or "Zoom bombing" - sessions.
Enterprises globally are suddenly challenged to support and secure the largest remote workforce in history. Michael Goldgof of Barracuda shares insight on how to scale up this capacity securely, maximizing existing tools.
The FBI warns that the notorious FIN7 cybercrime gang has a new trick up its sleeve: Mailing victims a $50 gift card portrayed as good for redeeming items listed on an accompanying USB storage device, which in reality downloads Griffon backdoor software to give attackers remote access.
When securing the remote workforce, it's important to be mindful of the human challenges - educating children, caring for elders and dealing with the barrage of COVID-19 news, says Microsoft's Diana Kelley, who shares insights on balancing cybersecurity and compassion.
Security practitioners around the world are struggling to cope with the challenges posed by remote workers heavily relying on virtual private networks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a look at steps to take to help enhance security.
Zoom has apologized for sharing large sets of user data by default with Facebook, blaming the social network's software development kit, which it has removed from its iOS app. With COVID-19 driving unprecedented levels of remote working, video conferencing software is under the privacy and security microscope.