Catch up on the latest security happenings with the week's infosec news roundup!
After years of hinting it would do so, Google finally began marking HTTP pages that collect information as "Not Secure" in Chrome this week.
The Department of Homeland Security confirmed this week that Russian hackers successfully infiltrated the control rooms of U.S. electrical utilities after compromising the networks of their corporate suppliers.
Facebook in hot water - again - over data sharing, the importance of hiring a CISO, and blockchain voting - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
A massive marketing firm data leak, a new data privacy bill in California, and more. Catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
The latest version of Firefox includes a new feature that integrates Have I Been Pwned, a service by security expert Troy Hunt that alerts users if their credentials have been compromised.
An employee at Chicago Public Schools accidentally emailed sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) belonging to students to thousands of families earlier this month.
Stealing data from laptop batteries, Android's new anti-spoofing feature, and how something like GDPR could hit the U.S. soon -- catch up on the week's new with this roundup!
Tesla filed a lawsuit against a former employee this week after it learned he made changes to company source code and exported gigabytes of proprietary data to unknown third parties.
74 individuals were arrested over the last two weeks for their role in Operation Wire Wire, a law enforcement effort carried out by the FBI to disrupt a multi-million dollar business email compromise (BEC) scam campaign.