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Poland arrests Huawei executive, former security official for alleged espionage

by Jeff Stone • 1 week ago

The arrests came amid ongoing efforts by the U.S. and its allies to limit the use of technology manufactured by firms with ties to Beijing over espionage concerns.

German investigators question teenager, search residence, as breach probe continues

by Jeff Stone • 2 weeks ago

Jan Schürlein, a 19-year-old IT developer, says he is being treated as a "witness" in the investigation into the breach, which exposed information about hundreds of Germany's politicians.

Dixons Carphone: 2017 data breach affected 10 million 

by Ryan Duffy • 6 months ago

European electronics and telecom retailer Dixons Carphone said a breach of its systems last year could have resulted in attackers accessing roughly 10 million records, including customers’ personal data.

German police raid cyber-privacy groups

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 7 months ago

On June 20, German police raided homes and offices for the group Zwiebelfreunde (translated as Onion Friends), an organization affiliated with the Torservers.net group, which runs servers for the Tor anonymity network.

European Central Bank proposes framework to strengthen financial system’s defenses

by Mark Satter • 9 months ago

The European Central Bank (ECB) wants to make penetration testing a regular practice.

White House pushing for research carveout in GDPR

by Chris Bing • 10 months ago

Some privacy provisions in GDPR could have a negative effect on security researchers' work.

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