As vaccine passports morph into digital IDs, privacy advocates want to know that user data is protected
Vaccine passports might be clearing the runway for greater adoption of digital IDs. Privacy experts say there are still many unanswered questions.
COVID-19 hacking extends to supply chain for controlling vaccine temperature, IBM says
The phishing campaign began in September and has targeted organizations in six countries in Europe and Asia, according to IBM.
Ghost in the machine: Researchers find Webex vulnerabilities allow hidden visitors
Uninvited guests can inhabit the video conferencing platform in three different ways, IBM Research found.
In Brazil, scammers see the coronavirus as a serious money-making opportunity
IBM has uncovered nearly 700 malicious websites related to COVID-19 in Brazil in recent months.
Ransomware gangs are doing their homework before encrypting corporate data
"They’re snooping around” for balance sheets and other financial data, a DHS official says.
Hackers target senior executives at German company procuring PPE
The hackers knew which executives they wanted to compromise soon after the German PPE task force was announced.