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Facebook said on Wednesday evening it may have "unintentionally uploaded" the email contacts of up to 1.5 million users on its site, without their permission or knowledge, when they signed up for new accounts since May 2016.
Users affected by the incident weren't just limited to the U.S., according to a source familiar with the matter.
Twitter claimed it has "made strides in creating a healthier service" on Tuesday following reports about the social media giant's shortcomings in managing abusive content.
Frauds that include those that involve convincing taxpayers to pay up, which often start with a series of bothersome robocalls, rose 242% in 2018.
Ren Zhengfei, chief executive of Huawei, says the company endorses "unified global standards" that make installing "backdoors" a crime, and will invest more than $100 billion in research and development to ensure cybersecurity and protect user privacy.
Tom Leighton of Akamai Technologies says 5G networks will bring a lot of opportunities to connect people and devices, but there will be challenges because billions of these devices are not secure.
North Korea's cyber capabilities and financial networks pose a threat to Southeast Asia's growing, yet vulnerable, cryptocurrency sector, according to British defense and security think tank Royal United Services Institute.
5G pioneer Huawei has has never sold its Balong 5000 chip to rivals — but now it's open to selling to Apple, company CEO Ren Zhengfei told CNBC.
SoftBank has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information to make tech deals in the U.S.
Julian Assange's arrest, and his short indictment document, display an uncomfortable new relationship between government leakers with access to highly sensitive classified information and the many organizations seeking out their wares.
The U.S. wants to extradite Assange, who was arrested at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he had been living for nearly seven years.
Bill Barney of Reliance Communications and Global Cloud Xchange discusses the security of undersea cables. He says that GCX focuses a lot of energy on making sure the systems are "well guarded," especially near the shore.
The CEOs of America's largest banks testify on Capitol Hill this morning about how the industry has transformed in the 10 years following the financial crisis. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-Okla.) questions Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, Bank of America Brian Moynihan, BNY Mellon CEO Charles Scharf, State Street CEO Ronald O'Hanley and Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat. They discuss how the banks are working on cyber security.
Fraudsters are now trying to convince HR personnel to change your direct deposit paycheck information.
"I think that from my standpoint, within a week I will be in a position to release the report to the public," Barr testified.
The departures of Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen and Secret Service head Randolph "Tex" Alles will add to an already difficult public-private disconnect on cybersecurity.