The login scheme promises it won’t share data — and will be required for all developers using third-party sign-ins. Is ‘Sign in with Apple’ Marketing Spin or Privacy Magic? Experts Weigh In
Threat detection tools don’t take into account the emotional aspect of insider threats, a panel of experts said at Infosecurity Europe this week. A New Approach for Combating Insider Threats
The iPhone-maker announced the ‘Sign in with Apple’ API, and restrictions on location-tracking. WWDC 2019: Apple Takes Aim at Facebook on Privacy
The contractor with whom it shared the data has a vulnerable, unpatched network. FEMA Exposes PII for Millions of Hurricane, Wildfire Survivors
Four have been arrested in the case. Spycams Secretly Live-Streamed 1,600 Motel Guests
Hacked drones are breaching physical and cyberdefenses to cause disruption and steal data, experts warn. Drones are Quickly Becoming a Cybersecurity Nightmare
Concerns over midterm election tampering reach a boiling point in the days leading up to actual voting. Newsmaker Interview: Tom Kellermann on Hacking the Midterm Elections
“Password-killing” authentication efforts may be on a road to nowhere. Passwords: Here to Stay, Despite Smart Alternatives?
Weighing the impact of GDPR and how the historic legislation has shaped privacy protection measures in the U.S., so far. GDPR’s First 150 Days Impact on the U.S.