Real-time bidding, a thriving ad targeting technique, is becoming a GDPR dilemma
U.S. advertisers spent an estimated $23.5 billion on the tactic last year, up from $6.4 billion in 2014.
What goes around comes around: Researchers find backdoor in pirated Apple phishing kit
Researchers at cybersecurity company Akamai Technologies have found a backdoor in a bootlegged version of 16Shop.
Middle East-linked hacking group is working hard to mask its moves
The group bears a resemblance to MuddyWater.
Google to stop providing Huawei with key software amid trade war escalation
Chipmakers including Intel and Qualcomm also have said they will cease providing supplies to Huawei until further notice.
Cloud company CEO accused of orchestrating million-dollar IP fraud scheme
A South Carolina businessman created a secondary market for IP addresses, the indictment alleges.
Facebook bans Israeli company that's been sharing disinfo on West African politics
It's not just nation-states, businesses are starting to get in on the disinformation game.
Hacking forums survive cybercrime dragnet as feds prioritize drug-market busts
The pesistence of these markets is in part a reflection of the U.S. Department of Justice's priorities.
Google to replace Titan keys for free after uncovering Bluetooth flaw
The vulnerability would require an outsider to already have obtained a victim's username and password.
Microsoft patches critical vulnerability comparable to WannaCry
The company says its seen no evidence the flaw has been exploited.