Vulnerabilities (74)

Cyber Risks of TikTok, WeChat Differ Widely: Experts

As American politicians scrutinize TikTok and WeChat, two widely used social media apps with Chinese parent companies, cybersecurity professionals say the pair diverges when it comes to potential threats.


Intel Probes How Proprietary Data Surfaced Online

Intel is looking into how 20 gigabytes of confidential information and code ended up on public BitTorrent feeds. So reports Wired.


Amazon Fixes Alexa Flaw That Exposed Voice History

Amazon has resolved a bug in its Alexa smart home devices that potentially allowed unauthorized access to users’ conversation history and other personal data. So reports the BBC.


Average Data Breach Cost Holds Steady Near $4M: IBM

The average data breach cost $3.86 million, according to a new report by IBM. The report looked at data breaches among more than 500 companies worldwide.  


Twitter’s Massive Breach Rings Cybersecurity Alarm Bells

A recent high-profile hack of Twitter has cybersecurity professionals and government officials raising concerns.


California, Florida Lead States in Reported Data Breach Victims

California is the state with the most data breach victims, with 5,377 people living there who have reported being subject to a breach, according to a new study by So reports ROI-NJ.


Amazon Tells Workers to Delete TikTok, Then Backtracks

Amazon has gone back and forth in its stance on TikTok, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, at a time when the popular mobile app is under scrutiny from the U.S. government. So reports CNBC.


Feds Warn of Foreign Scammers Hacking Remote Workers

Foreign cyber criminals are trying to exploit the rise in Americans working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic. So reports The Hill.


Australian Cyber Attack Not So 'Sophisticated,' Pros Say

The Australian government’s claim that the country’s institutions are targets of an advanced, state-sponsored cyber attack is a call to basic cybersecurity preparedness, industry experts say.


Google Drops 70 Chrome Add-ons Over Spyware Concerns

Google has taken down more than 70 extensions for its Chrome web browser after researchers flagged them for spyware. So reports Reuters.


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