Privacy Saving face: Zuckerberg dines with U.S. senators following privacy concerns

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg dined with a half-dozen U.S. senators in Washington on Wednesday. It is as the company …

Social media Lotus, Vietnam’s new social network, set to take on Facebook

A new social network has entered the already crowded field in Vietnam as the communist party squeezes U.S. tech giants …

Hacking How to tackle cyber threats at the Rugby World Cup

As the 2019 Rugby World Cup approaches in Japan, David Warburton, F5 Networks Senior Threat Research Evangelist, considers the multiple …

China Trade talks seen as unlikely to mend U.S.-China divide

U.S. and Chinese officials will restart trade talks at the end of this week, but any agreement the world's largest …

GDPR Why is GDPR only now making the board pay attention to cyber security?

Dr Guy Bunker, CTO, Clearswift, shows us how the recent, high profile GDPR fines are the reason board members are …

Smart home technology Smart home security: whose responsibility is it?

Consumers today probably don’t consider their homes to be “smart”. The reality, however, is that connected or internet of things …

Resilience Perception gaps in cyber resilience: What are your blind spots?

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Explore the grey areas that impact IT security and cyber resilience.   Protecting IT systems and infrastructure against cyber threats …

Resilience How confident are you that you will rapidly recover from a cyber attack?

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Are you confident that your business will continue to operate in the event of a cyber attack?   With cyber …

Children $170 million fine for Google’s YouTube collecting children’s data

Google, owned by Alphabet Inc, and its YouTube video service will pay $170 million to settle allegations that it broke …

Privacy Privacy and the police: British activist to appeal ‘sinister’ facial recognition

Privacy campaigners in Britain said on Wednesday they would appeal a landmark ruling that supported "sinister" police use of facial …

Social media Facebook’s facial recognition setting causes a stir

Facebook, the social media company, is opening up its face recognition technology to all users with an option to opt …

Surveillance Telegram moves to protect identity of Hong Kong protesters

Telegram, a popular encrypted messaging app, will allow users to hide their telephone numbers to protect identity. This is to safeguard …