The service, which allows companies to send email newsletters, invitations and more, fixed an issue that could have leaked a user's email address.
LinkedIn, the social network for professionals, published a Data Processing Agreement with new protections for users in keeping with the GDPR. Get ready for more of these.
A hospital paid 4 BTC (Bitcoin) - roughly $55,000 - to regain access to its computer systems over the weekend.
An Italian firm may be behind a new strain of spyware, Skygofree, that can exfiltrate call records, text messages, audio, and more.
Learn about Managed Detection and Response (MDR) in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
Skype will soon join the likes of Facebook Messenger, Apple's iMessage, and WhatsApp by introducing end-to-end encryption, a method of communication that adds an extra layer to conversations by ensuring only the communicating users can read the messages.
Skype, Microsoft’s messaging service that boasts nearly 300 million months users, will take advantage of the Signal Protocol, a non-federated cryptographic protocol co-authored by Moxie Marlinspike, the founder of Open Whisper Systems, four years ago.
Catch up on the week's infosec news with this recap!
Failing to patch the Meltdown and Spectre processor flaws could expose organizations to steep fines under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) officials in the UK have warned.
A lot of work from researchers and vendors went into the coordinated disclosure of last week's Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor flaws.
Western Digital recently fixed a series of vulnerabilities in its My Cloud devices that could have let an attacker execute code and remotely takeover the devices.
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