MonthApril 2018

WhatsApp Founder to Depart Facebook Amid Privacy, Encryption Dispute

Jan Koum also plans to step down from Facebook's board of directors.

Old Worm, New Tricks: FacexWorm Targets Crypto Platforms

Malicious Chrome extension FacexWorm has reappeared with new capabilities, targeting cryptocurrency platforms and lifting user data.

Speed at Which New Drupal Flaw Was Exploited Highlights Patching Challenges

In the rush to patch, organizations can create fresh problems for themselves.

Slack Releases Open Source SDL Tool

After building an SDL tool for their own use, Slack has released it on Github under an open source license.

10 Security Innovators to Watch

Startups in the RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox competed for the title of "Most Innovative."

What Meltdown and Spectre Mean for Mobile Device Security

Here are four tips to keep your mobile users safe from similar attacks.

3 Ways to Maximize Security and Minimize Business Challenges

The best strategy for choosing security tools and architecting networks is to focus on staffing and resources, risk tolerance, and business change.

How to see everything Apple knows about you (u)

Apple has at last introduced a new tool that lets you request and download everything the company knows about you, including all the data it gathers and retains when using the company’s retail outlets, iCloud, apps, products, and services.

Why is this tool available?

In part, Apple has made this information available to bring it into line with Europe’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation, laws designed to better protect individual privacy in an online age.

Google, Facebook, Twitter, and almost every other company has also had to introduce these tools, making it far easier for users to compare the quantity and depth of information these unconstrained corporations hold about them.

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How to see everything Apple knows about you

Apple has at last introduced a new tool that lets you request and download everything the company knows about you, including all the data it gathers and retains when using the company’s retail outlets, iCloud, apps, products and services.

Why is this available?

In part, Apple has made this information available to bring it into line with Europe’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation, laws designed to better protect individual privacy in an online age.

To read this article in full, please click here

How to see everything Apple knows about you

Apple has at last introduced a new tool that lets you request and download everything the company knows about you, including all the data it gathers and retains when using the company’s retail outlets, iCloud, apps, products and services.

Why is this available?

In part, Apple has made this information available to bring it into line with Europe’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation, laws designed to better protect individual privacy in an online age.

To read this article in full, please click here