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 …

Threats Identity fraud cases in the UK touched 190,000 in 2018: Cifas

Incidents of identity fraud in the UK grew by as much as 8 percent in 2018 compared to the previous …

Threats Over 2.3 billion data files stored in unsecured web servers globally

As many as 2.3 billion data files are presently stored in unsecured and misconfigured web servers such as Amazon S3 …

Threats A third of UK businesses still struggling to process data access requests

A large number of financial services organisations, telecommunication providers, e-commerce firms, utilities, hotels and leisure services companies operating in the …

Threats 42% of used SSDs and HDDs sold on eBay contain PII & enterprise data

With a large number of organisations choosing to store vast amounts of enterprise and customer data on cloud databases rather …

Threats Fraudsters infiltrated Office 365 accounts of 29% of firms in March alone

Cyber criminals hijacked Office 365 accounts of employees at 29 percent of organisations in March alone, signifying the pace at …

Threats 52% of UK schools and colleges are still not fully GDPR compliant

A lack of security awareness and a lack of resources are among the major roadblocks for UK schools and colleges …

Threats Two-thirds of hotel websites leaking guest details to third-party services

Thousands of hotel websites across the world, from those of two-star hotels in the countryside to luxurious five-star resorts on …

Threats Facebook to stop asking new users to share their e-mail passwords

Facebook has confirmed it will stop asking new users to share passwords to their e-mail accounts that was part of …

Threats Upto 600m user passwords were stored on Facebook servers in plain text

Passwords of between 200 million and 600 million Facebook users were stored in plain text on internal Facebook servers for …

Threats Anyone can unlock a Samsung Galaxy S10 flagship using the owner’s picture

The Face recognition feature in Samsung's Galaxy S10 flagship phone is so insecure that anyone can unlock the phone using …

Threats Proliferation of SSL/TLS certificates on the Dark Web impacting Internet’s trust factor

In May last year, the PCI Security Standards Council asked all e-commerce platforms and those carrying out transactions online to …