Ensuring compliance with GDPR means all departments that collect and handle personal data must comply with GDPR. Here’s how to ensure the marketing department is ready for GDPR.
Forget Facebook — your body emits data that could be used to read your emotions, check your health, and track aggression
The data we share with companies online has become a hot-button issue, but new technologies could soon be scanning us as we go about our day. That’s the claim made by a neuroscientist, who believes that devices in the real world will start gathering unprecedented levels of information about us.
Thousands of hacked websites have become unwitting participants in an advanced scheme that uses fake update notifications to install banking malware and remote access trojans on visitors’ computers, a computer researcher said Tuesday.
I recently received an email from Netflix which nearly caused me to add my card details to someone else’s Netflix account. Here I show that this is a new kind of phishing scam which is enabled by an obscure feature of Gmail called “the dots don’t matter”. I then argue that the dots do matter, and that this Gmail feature is in fact a misfeature. Finally I’ll suggest some ways the Gmail team can combat such scams in future.
Today, a free DNS resolution service called 22.214.171.124 was unveiled that makes looking up Internet address not only faster, but more private. This new service was created by APNIC, who owned the 126.96.36.199 address, and Cloudflare who will use their network to host the DNS service.
The FBI did not have the technical capability to access an iPhone used by one of the terrorists behind the San Bernardino shooting, a Justice Department watchdog has found.
A report by the department’s Office of Inspector General sheds new light on the FBI’s efforts to gain access to the terrorist’s phone.