Ikea's freelance labor marketplace task rabbit temporarily shut down its app and website amid the investigation of a "cyber-security incident"
Facebook's recent announcement to update its data restriction policies has prompted some researchers to turn other social media platforms to review their data practices as well.
The United States government for the first time publicly acknowledged the existence of what appear to be stingray devices used by foreign intelligence in the U.S. capital region
The personal data of what may have been nearly seven million Panerabread.com customers was left exposed for eight months before being pulled offline today.
During the aftermath of the massive data breach which compromised the data of nearly 150 million consumers, Equifax notified some people using inaccurate letters.
A whistleblower has released documents bolstering claims the U.K. company at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytical scandal didn't destroy user data.
Airbnb is notifying its users in China that the company will share guest's information with authorities to comply with national laws and regulations.
U.K. police are secretly deploying technology which allows them to download all of the content and data from someone's phone on a questionably legal basis.
Amid the recent Facebook scandal, a recent study found 31 percent of tech workers said they will delete their accounts on the popular social media platform.
The city San Diego is suing Experian over the data breach that compromised millions of records including those of 250,000 people in San Diego.
Although it couldn't manage to outscore Gonzaga in the NCAA March Madness Tournament, Ohio State looked to gain brownie points teaching cybersecurity.
Cybercriminals are selling selfies alongside their data dumps on Russian language dark web forums offering potential buyers more options to exploit victims.
A product made by Cellebrite competitor GrayKey is raising security concerns over a standalone device capable of unlocking iPhones.
A federal judge in California Friday ruled Yahoo must face many of the claims brought against the firm in a lawsuit over the company's massive data breaches.
MoviePass removed the "unused" location features that tracked its customer's movements too closely without first gaining informed consent.
The UK-based digital watchdog organization Open Rights Group is expressing concern that an age verification tool for pornography sites could potentially expose users' sensitive data, according to a report from the BBC.
Healthcare is the only industry in which internal threat actors are the biggest threat to an organization, according to a recent study.
Having recently introduced a new "Informed Delivery" service that could potentially allow snoops to read scanned images of another person's or business' mail, the U.S. Postal Service is reportedly now sending out snail mail notifications to individuals to make sure that they knowingly have been signed up for the program.
Multiple Chase Bank customer accounts were exposed after what was described as a "glitch" granted customers looking to log into their own accounts access to the accounts of random customers instead.
The company FlightSimLabs found itself in the odd position of having to remove malware it had installed on some versions of its software as part of the digital rights management package after it was discovered by a Redditor.
Out of nearly 160,000 reported cyber incidents affecting businesses in 2017, 93 percent could have been prevented by following basic security measures such as regularly updating software, blocking fake email messages, using email authentication, and training employees, a new report claims.
Three Sonic the Hedgehog games for Android devices that collectively have been downloaded well over a hundred million times are reportedly leaking users' geolocation and device data to uncertified servers, thereby posing a privacy threat.
The House passed the bill January 11 even after a pair of contradictory tweets from President Trump over his take on the proposed legislation momentarily threw lawmakers into confusion over his position.