Why social media disinformation represents such a security threat
Media literacy could be the key to fending off the next generation of information operations.
Alleged KickassTorrents founder Artem Vaulin jumped bail in Poland
Vaulin had been released in Warsaw in 2017.
Anti-stalkerware group still working to protect domestic abuse victims
Eva Galperin and Chris Cox weigh in on the road ahead for stamping out stalkerware.
Google offers details on Chinese hacking group that targeted Biden campaign
"[W]e’ve seen increased attention on the threats posed by APTs in the context of the U.S. election," Google's Shane Huntley said.
Twitter updates hacked materials policy following blowup over New York Post story
Twitter won't remove content or block links in certain circumstances going forward.
Joker's Stash claims 3 million cards stolen from Dickey's Barbecue
The incident underscores how scammers target chokepoints for sensitive data — and how they continue to turn to Joker’s Stash to try to sell it off.
Barnes & Noble cyber incident could expose customer shipping addresses, order history
Email addresses and phone numbers may be exposed as well.
New York regulator faults Twitter for lax security measures prior to big account breach
The attacker used "vishing," a social engineering scam on the rise.
TikTok unveils bug bounty program, scraps with US government in court over looming ban
The video-sharing app is expanding its existing vulnerability disclosure program.
Facebook, Twitter aim to slow spread of New York Post article amid disinformation concerns
Researchers have advised caution around amplifying materials that appear to be hacked.