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Intel faces 32 class action suits stemming from Spectre and Meltdown
The company disputes the claims and says it is fighting all the lawsuits "vigorously."
There's a new 'text bomb' that will crash iPhones with a single symbol
An Apple bug in its latest software update is crashing applications that display a single letter from the south India language Telugu. The symbol could crash Mac, iOS and iPhone applications just by a person viewing it.
Indictments reveal how Russia's 2016 election information warfare worked
Russian operatives were able to obfuscate their activities by stealing the identities of U.S. citizens, renting servers based in the U.S. and using a VPN all while posting targeted propaganda on social media, according to Robert Mueller's lengthy indictment.
ODNI holds classified briefings on election security for all 50 states
The briefings will include officials from all 50 states for a "one-time limited read-in", despite that not all state election officials have received long-term security clearances for such information.
Separating fact from fiction with GDPR
Decoding GDPR examines the misconceptions around the forthcoming data protection law and gives advice for how business should prepare for the forthcoming changes.
Why GDPR is flipping the thought process around data ownership
In a new podcast, CyberScoop gets experts to separate fact from fiction when it comes to GDPR.