Researchers have found another flaw in the SwissVote system, while the NSW Electoral Commission is once again confident the issue is not relevant to the iVote system.
To drive its goal of building an "everyday super app", the Singapore-headquartered company increasingly is gathering and analysing customer data, including location and payment history, but says it collects "only data that is necessary" to deliver its services.
Consultation pencilled in for second half of 2019 -- on the other side of the upcoming federal election.
Research duo who hacked Tesla car win the competition's overall standings. They also get to keep the car.
FEMA says accidental data leak has been dealt with and user data removed from contractor's systems.
South Korean researchers apply fuzzing techniques to LTE protocol and find 51 vulnerabilities, of which 36 were new.
Microsoft employees have arrived in Norway to help Norsk Hydro recover after ransomware attack.
Court filings indicate that Facebook may have been well aware of what was going on before the scandal erupted.
US warns over severe security flaw affecting the wireless communications in cardiac implants.
The DoS vulnerability is trivially easy to trigger.
Suspect admits role in criminal operation within a week after being arrested.
While the government entity is implementing a cyber resilience framework, its director-general has reservations around its capability to ensure full compliance.
Thousands of new API or cryptographic keys leak via GitHub projects every day.
Despite hearing concerns around the Bill's ambiguity, lax privacy, and rushed nature, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee has still decided to recommend its passage.
Following a poor audit result and the discovery of a rogue file, the government entity will be compliant with the now superseded Top 4 mitigation strategies for cybersecurity come June 30, 2019.
Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram passwords were stored in a 'readable format', with hundreds of millions of affected users expected to be notified.
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.
Police association says databases and servers hit by "malware attack which encrypted data" which also deleted some back-ups.
Hacker groups are creating backdoor admin accounts on vulnerable sites and redirecting users to tech support scams.
Massive cyberattacks with real-world consequences are no longer unthinkable. Time to get prepared, says Europe.