Privacy Concerns

What Happens if You Don't Accept WhatsApp's New Privacy Policy?

You won't be able to read or send messages from the app until you accept the new terms.

Stephanie Mlot

Privacy Insight: Whatsapp Vs Signal Vs Telegram

Earlier the comparison between the apps was based purely on the features they provide but now people are more concerned about their data

Karmesh Gupta

Hike Shuts Down Amid WhatsApp Privacy Row; Company To Focus On New Products

Founded by Kavin Bharti Mittal in 2012, Hike was placed in the market as an alternative to the popular WhatsApp

Debarghya Sil

Can Employee Monitoring Be Done Ethically?

It can be if you follow these four simple rules.

Chris Porteous

Americans Want Facebook and TikTok Banned Over Privacy Concerns

Online privacy is a concern for many users, and a new survey suggests people are most wary of Facebook and TikTok.

Jason Cohen

Could WhatsApp Ads Change Our Daily Messaging Habits?

Some say the ads would diminish user privacy, but WhatsApp already collects user data.

Yoav Vilner

Reddit's CEO Explosively Describes TikTok as 'Parasitic' and 'Spyware'

The US government is scrutinizing TikTok's handling of user data closely, and many government agencies have banned their staff from using it because of its Chinese roots.

How To Prevent Business Emails From Being Hacked?

It is reported that business email compromise scams have cost businesses more than $26 billion since mid-2016

Business Disruption Becoming Main Attack Objective For More Adversaries

According to a report by US-based cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, 36 per cent of all incidents it investigated in 2019 had business disruption as their main objective. These attacks were largely caused by ransomware, destructive malware or DoS attacks.

Debroop Roy

Apple's Rare CES Appearance Was Another Privacy Pitch

The company's latest marketing strategy is touting its commitment to consumer data privacy

Chris Ip

How Artificial Intelligence Is Countering Data Protection Challenges Facing Organizations

AI technology can help enterprises in endpoint security, data privacy and against phishing, malware and ransomware attacks.