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.
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.
Apple's Rare CES Appearance Was Another Privacy Pitch
The company's latest marketing strategy is touting its commitment to consumer data privacy
How Can European Businesses Effectively Target Customers Amid Stronger Data Protection Laws?
Conversions in the age of privacy.
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.
Yet Another Data Breach, Indian Agency Cautions OnePlus Store Users
According to the latest advisory issued by CERT, OnePlus has informed the agency that less than 3,000 Indian customer orders at the company's online store were affected
Even Updates Don't Make Your Apps Safe, Says Study
A study by Check Point Research has found that even the latest versions of apps such as Facebook, Instagram and WeChat hosted on the Google Play Store are open to security vulnerabilities.
In Yet Another Criticism, Telegram Founder Accuses WhatsApp of Being Part of Surveillance Programmes
Amid mounting pressure on Facebook-owned WhatsApp, rival Telegram's founder Parel Durov has added to his earlier criticism of the messaging service
What Other Messaging Apps Can Learn From WhatsApp's Troubles in India
Apps such as Hike and Telegram stand a good chance of attracting a chunk of WhatsApp's user base as controversies pile up for the US-based company.
This AI-powered Data Intelligence Provider Gained From Tighter Privacy Regulations
Having recently raised $100 million in funding, the start-up is going full throttle as the debate around data privacy grows across the world.