Another week, another data breach. This time around, it’s the meal-delivery service DoorDash, which just announced that hackers had stolen data from 4.9 million customers, delivery workers and merchants back in May.
Somewhat ironically, Huawei—under heavy fire from the U.S. government over alleged information security issues, has been (temporarily) suspended from the quietly competent global trade body responsible for promoting cross-industry information security.
When you squeeze a balloon, it bulges out where you aren't squeezing. Likewise, when you increase the difficulty and cost to break a cyber system, attackers will naturally flow to where security is weaker.
Huawei will launch the Mate 30 Series on September 19 in Munich, Germany – its first flagship device to launch without access to the full Google Android platform on which it has built its global smartphone powerhouse.