Zoom CEO Eric Yuan’s comments that the software company would work with law enforcement by not offering the strongest encryption for free calls has drawn strong criticism.
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IT has always been a high-stress profession, but cybersecurity specialists and executives are now seen as the most likely subjects to experience burnout to an extreme degree. By Steve Jump.
Google surreptitiously amasses billions of bits of information – every day – about Internet users even if they opt out of sharing their information, three consumers alleged in a proposed class-action lawsuit.
Government apps designed to help authorities track and slow the spread of Covid-19 are struggling to accomplish their goals because of restrictions on data collection built into smartphones by Apple and Google.
Hackers put more than half a million login details for the teleconferencing app Zoom on the dark Web, according to a report.
Tracking people infected with Covid-19 has become an important weapon in global responses to combating the virus. But at what cost?
Apple said it found no evidence of cyberattackers exploiting newly discovered vulnerabilities in the Mail app for iPhone and iPad, software used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
Apple plans to release a patch after the cybersecurity company ZecOps found vulnerabilities that may have allowed hackers to exploit iPhones, devices used by hundreds of millions of people.
Promoted | Brian Pinnock, director of sales engineering in the Middle East & Africa at Mimecast, joins TechCentral for a wide-ranging discussion on the security implications of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Contact tracing apps must be made with privacy at their heart and only keep data as long as necessary, governments have been told.