Apple's privacy website relaunch is another step in the company's bid to differentiate its brand as one that avoids dealing in the sale of personal information of its customers.
Data left exposed and vulnerable to theft differs from data stolen by criminals in a breach, and Google's problems may highlight this legal difference.
The equipment manufacturer denies claims by Bloomberg news today that it allowed microchips capable of spying on U.S. companies into servers used by Apple and Amazon Web Services. Apple and Amazon have also denied the reports.
The chip could have enabled China to view the network of several companies, but Apple, AWS and Super Micro deny the claims, according to a report by Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
The U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team has issued a warning to companies that use managed service providers that their systems may be vulnerable to widespread malware attacks.
Facebook said on Friday that a security vulnerability could have allowed attackers to take over about 50 million accounts and use them as if they were the account holders. But further details have been scarce. Here's what we know so far.
New legislation like GDPR leads to faster breach announcements but investigative techniques haven't caught up.
Big security investments don't equal perfect cybersecurity
Some of the changes emphasize a shift toward a more offensive cybersecurity posture, a longtime request from the National Security Agency and cybersecurity branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Companies contend with a host of dire insider threats when they expand overseas