Data privacy Uber’s challenge to balance driver safety with customer privacy

Margaret Bordelon can still feel the hands of the drunk man who tried to pull her in for a kiss at the …

Data privacy Personal data stored by Ring doorbells deeply concerning

A data request submitted by the BBC has set alarm bells ringing about the data privacy regulations of doorbell company …

Data protection Amazon says customers have to protect own data

Amazon's cloud computing customers have to decide themselves how best to protect sensitive information online, a senior executive said on …

Google Regulators investigate Google-Ascension cloud computing deal

A U.S. federal regulator has initiated an investigation into a cloud computing deal between Alphabet Inc's Google and Ascension Health. …

Data leak Donut neglect customer protection: Dunkin’ sued over cyberattacks

The parent of Dunkin' Donuts was sued on Thursday by New York Attorney General Letitia James. She accused the chain …

Podcast The past, the present and the future with Paul Watts, CISO Domino’s Pizza Group...

This week, The teissPodcast is at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes. If you’ve not …

Hacking Hackers target ECB’s BIRD website; steal personal data of subscribers

The European Central Bank (ECB) announced on Thursday that unknown hackers recently infiltrated one of its websites and stole names, …

Data leak British Airways blamed for exposing passenger data via unencrypted web links

Security researchers have warned that the mode of communication employed by British Airways to share check-in information with passengers could …

Breach Choice Hotels data breach: 700k data records lost to hackers

Leading US hotel group Choice Hotels suffered a major breach of customer records after unnamed hackers gained access to an …

Breach Popular dating app leaked personal data of 1.5 million users

3Fun is a popular dating app that allows "local kinky, open-minded people" to meet and interact. It was recently found …

Breach Equifax to pay up to £561m to settle multiple data breach complaints

US credit rating agency Equifax has reportedly agreed to pay up to $700m (£561m) to the Federal Trade Commission and …

Threats Privacy concerns dominate as FaceApp crosses 100 million installations

A large number of users and security experts from across the world have expressed concern over the privacy policies of …