Leo Taddeo, Cyxtera, chief information security officer, provides tips on how people can help protect personal information from hack attacks.
WASHINGTON, Nov 17- The U.S. Supreme Court is set to consider a major cellphone privacy case later this month, but leading players in the wireless industry that is at the center of the closely watched dispute are keeping their distance. The case, to be heard by the justices on Nov. 29, involves whether a warrant is required for authorities to obtain cellphone location...
Greta Van Susteren, "Everything You Need to Know About Social Media" author, talks about how to use social media for good.
Cliff Beek, Cloud Constellation Corporation president, Nicole Stott, Hypercubes, and Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group, talk about using satellites to provide data to measure the planet and manage the information.
Giving information to companies about where we are, what we like doing and who our friends are is a problem for many in the U.S.
Fred Burton, Stratfor chief security officer, says hotels will have to consider changing security protocols after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Carol Rollie Flynn, former CIA operations officer and CYBRSCR chairman and CEO, talks about the Las Vegas shooting and securing soft targets.
Tim Sini, Suffolk County police commissioner, provides insight to increasing security and protecting the public through partnerships between law officials and the private sector.
Apple said it received between 13,250 and 13,499 requests for data in the first half of this year, affecting between 9,000 and 9,249 accounts.
In an opinion column, the Massachusetts lawmaker gives Equifax a solid drubbing, as ex-CEO prepares to testify in Congress next week.
The state attorney general says Equifax relied on code it should have known was vulnerable.
For me, Facebook is at the top of the list, says Franklin Foer, The Atlantic and "World Without Mind" author, explaining why he thinks some big tech companies are bad for the economy, privacy and democracy.
The credit-monitoring company announced the changes in a press release that gave its most detailed public response to date of the discovery of the data breach on July 29 and the actions it has since taken. Lawmakers, regulators and consumers have complained that Equifax's response to the breach, which exposed sensitive data like Social Security numbers of up...
*Two senators urge Social Security to nullify Equifax contract. Warren, who has built a reputation as a fierce consumer champion, also signaled in a letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the agency she helped create in the wake of the 2007-2009 financial crisis, that it may require extra powers to ensure closer federal oversight of credit...
TORONTO, Sept 15- Canada's privacy commissioner said on Friday that it has launched an investigation into the massive data breach at Equifax Inc after receiving complaints from Canadian consumers. Equifax is still working to determine the number of Canadians affected by the incident, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada said in a statement.
TORONTO, Sept 15- Canada's privacy commissioner said on Friday that it has launched an investigation into the massive data breach at Equifax Inc after receiving complaints from Canadian consumers.
TORONTO, Sept 12- Canada's privacy commissioner on Tuesday asked credit bureau Equifax Inc to quickly implement a system for allowing Canadians to determine if their data was compromised in a massive cyber attack that the company disclosed last week. The company said the breach had also affected an unknown number of UK and Canadian consumers, but did not...
NEW YORK, Sept 12- In the wake of the Equifax Inc data breach that has exposed an estimated 143 million customer records to hackers, consumer credit experts have been recommending freezing one's credit as a protection against identity theft. But most people will probably not heed the call as it is simply too hard. Credit card expert Matt Schulz, senior analyst for...
PALO ALTO, Calif., Aug 29- Uber Technologies Inc is pulling a heavily criticized feature from its app that allowed it to track riders for up to five minutes after a trip, its security chief told Reuters, as the ride-services company tries to fix its poor reputation for customer privacy. It comes as Uber tries to recover from a series of crises culminating in the ouster...
The Apple CEO said he's hopeful that China will lessen its restrictions on internet access over time.