As Google works on a version of Face ID for its next Pixel phone, its employees are stopping people in public places and enticing them with a $5 gift card.
SyTech, the hacked company, was working on research projects for the FSB, Russia's intelligence service.
Hackers are breaching college networks and creating fake accounts that are used "almost immediately for criminal activity."
Prosecutors never proved former NSA contractor was the origin for the Shadow Brokers leak.
The council is fighting back against privacy violations made possible through facial surveillance.
Microsoft reorganizes its bug bounty program and provides researchers with more information that's easier to access.
Benchmarks reveal better connection speeds and smaller memory footprint for Rustls library, compared to OpenSSL.
Law enforcement needs to be innovative and act now in order to keep face with near future criminal threats, warns 'Do criminals dream of electric sheep' paper.
Google is making a stand on apps designed for tracking employees, partners, and children.
New Prime Minister must make a decision fast about whether to allow the Chinese company's equipment to be used in 5G, says influential committee.
Company also triples maximum baseline reward for security bugs.
Laws show the different path Australia is taking to privacy, the Law Council of Australia has said.
With the number of data breaches escalating and threat landscape fast evolving, Asia-Pacific enterprises will have to think outside the box and transform their cybersecurity strategy, especially since current tools are no longer effective in staving off attacks.
New academic research reveals the extent of user tracking on top adult sites.
Kazakh government first wanted to intercept all HTTPS traffic way back in 2016, but they backed off after several lawsuits.
How fiscal responsibility and ransomware are impacting the market.
Half of the database, to be exact, the half the hacker released to local reporters over the last weekend.
Company said it received a batch of compromised credentials related to the 2015 hack via its bug bounty program.
GitLab finds 68% of security professionals feel that less than half of developers can spot security vulnerabilities, but most people feel it's a programmer's job to write secure code.
Slack says passwords compromised in malware infections and past breaches at other companies.