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The official Android app of the event contains some flaws that could allow spammers to easily scrape data belonging to conference attendees.
In new budgets, both at organizations and the government, one thing's for sure: Cybersecurity spending continues to trend upward.
After analyzing 80,000 health-related websites, a University of Pennsylvania doctoral researcher found that 90 percent shared user data with third-party advertisers and data brokers.
The business-oriented social network has agreed to compensate paid users of its service impacted by its previous data breach.
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