GDPR turned one at the end of May! Its introduction forced companies to consider data, privacy and security issues as part of their daily operations rather than as a nuisance or an afterthought.
Telegram was hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on Wednesday (June 12). The cyber attack took place as protesters used the app to communicate during protests in Hong Kong.
If the US and China have a truce or suspend the application of tariffs, that could provide political space for South Korea's diplomatic role to increase. But, in this environment, South Korea's impact is quite limited.
Federal investigators to examine equipment from 2016 N.C. election amid renewed fears of Russian hacking
It was a single phrase, offered without elaboration, in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's report: In August 2016, hackers working for Russian military intelligence "installed malware on the company network" of an unnamed voter registration technology vendor in the United States.
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The government has stepped up its efforts to regulate cryptocurrencies in order to tighten control of virtual currency exchange service operators and transactions of such currencies.
Technologists talk about quantum computing the way Scotty on Star Trek mused about the possibility of ion propulsion — in hushed tones reserved for an unknowable but clearly life-altering technology.
Nearly 15 billion data records have been lost or stolen since 2013. That equates to more than 4,000 corporate records and client profiles vanishing every minute. These numbers should strike fear in the heart of any organization that creates and maintains employee and customer files.