Japanese electronics and electrical equipment giant Mitsubishi Electric Corporation on Monday unveiled new technology designed to protect connected vehicles against cyber threats.
Report Maps Out Ten Major Geopolitical Risks That Businesses Will Face in 2019
The vast majority of malware links hosted payloads for the Emotet and Gozi trojans, and the GandCrab ransomware.
Facebook Probed by FTC Over Failures that Enabled Cambridge Analytica ScandalThe U.S. Federal Trade Commission is close to concluding its investigation into Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Washington Post reports, noting that the social network may face a record-setting fine, exceeding the $22.5 million fine the FTC in 2012 slammed on Google.
Hacker defaced the company's website and sent a mass email to all its customers, alleging unpatched security holes.
End-of-life followed 2018 fake Website certificate drama
If you're still using TLS-SNI, stop: a year after a slip-up allowed miscreants to claim Let's Encrypt certificates for domains they didn't own, the free certificate authority has announced the final sunset of the protocol involved.…
When addressing security vulnerabilities, enterprises should focus on those with publicly available exploit code, according to a Kenna Security report.
Finally. The speed camera feature will be launched in Australia, the UK, US, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, India, and Indonesia, while speed limits will be posted throughout the UK, US, and Denmark.
Hackers believed to be associated with the Russian government targeted the US Democratic National Committee (DNC) shortly after the 2018 midterm elections, court documents show.
5 minutes ago Looks like Uncle Sam has pulled its finger out and appointed a Privacy Shield ombudspersonThe Register View Synopsis+1
White House to nominate former DocuSign boss
The US may have finally complied with the European Commission's repeated requests to name a permanent Privacy Shield ombudsperson, The Register understands.…
European NGO noyb ('none of your business') filed ten GDPR-related complaints against eight international streaming services on January 18, 2019. The complaints allege that the concerned streaming services have not fully -- and in some cases not at all -- responded to the lawful 'right of access by the data subject' (Article 15 of GDPR) with 'transparent information, communication and modalities' (Article 12); and are therefore in breach of GDPR.
20 minutes ago Let's Encrypt Begins Retirement of TLS-SNI-01 ValidationSecurityWeek View Synopsis+1
Free and open Certificate Authority (CA) Let's Encrypt today started the process of completely retiring TLS-SNI-01 validation support.
Selling personal information and compromised accounts of popular Instragram users has become more lucrative than ransomware and cryptojacking campaigns.
33 minutes ago Two more Windows zero-days get temporary patchesZDNet View Synopsis+1
A first zero-day received a temporary fix last week. Now, security researchers release two more patches for two other Windows zero-days.
The newly announced Act to Strengthen Identity Theft Protections in North Carolina proposes that ransomware attacks be treated as data breaches.
2 hours ago Stalk my pals on social media and you'll know that the next words out of my mouth will be banana hammockThe Register View Synopsis+1
Boffins reckon they can predict what you'll say based on your friends' activity online
The phenomenon of "prescient Facebook advertising", so beloved of conspiracy theorists who think social networks listen to your microphone, might instead simply be evidence of how good Facebook's algorithms have become.…
Also, Adware Installers Sneak STOP Ransomware Onto SystemsFresh strains of ransomware are being distributed by attackers who gain remote access to organizations' networks to infect them with Phobos, as well as via cracked-software sites that share adware installers inside which STOP ransomware has been hidden.
Over half of applications installed on your PCs are out-of-date - and Windows might need an update too.
In the wake of breaches, US consumers are concerned more than ever about their data.
7 hours ago France Hits Google with $57 Million GDPR FineInfoRiskToday View Synopsis+1
Record Privacy Fine Sends Strong Signal to Data-Processing Technology CompaniesFrance has hit Google with a 50 million euro ($57 million) fine for violating the EU's General Data Protection Regulation. The country's data regulator says Google doesn't inform users in a clear way how their data is being collected and processed for targeted advertising.