Children’s app developer HyperBeard must pay $150,000 after the FTC claimed it violated privacy laws.
Kenenty Hwan Kim has pleaded guilty to swindling the appliance giant and other companies in a set of elaborate schemes.
Threatpost editors discuss debunked reports of a Minneapolis police department breach and Zoom announcing only paying users would get end-to-end encryption.
A researcher found that phone numbers tied to WhatsApp accounts are indexed publicly on Google Search creating what he claims is a “privacy issue” for users.
To fly under the radar, the newly discovered ransomware is compiled into a Java image file format that’s rarely used by developers.
Google TAG researchers warn that APTs are targeting campaign staffers for both Donald Trump and Joe Biden with phishing emails.
Business email compromise (BEC) attacks represent a small percentage of email attacks, but disproportionately represent the greatest financial risk.
The end-to-end encryption feature will not be offered to free users, Zoom’s CEO said, in case Zoom needed to comply with federal and local law enforcement.
Westech International provides maintenance for the Minuteman III nuclear-missile program and runs programs for multiple branches of the military.
A $5 billion class-action lawsuit filed in a California federal court alleges that Google’s Chrome incognito mode collects browser data without people’s knowledge or consent.