The average total cost of recovery from a ransomware attack has more than doubled in a year, the average ransom paid is $170,404.
States Are Moving on Privacy Bills. Over 4 in 5 Voters Want Congress to Prioritize Protection of Online Data
Public support for Congress to pass a national standard is holding strong, with 83 percent of voters saying it should be a “top” or “important, but lower” congressional priority this year.
The Global Trends 2040 report envisions a rough ride ahead for the planet, with accelerating contests over resources, governments struggling to meet citizens’ aspirations and increased fragmentation of communities.
The ad industry continues to roll out new protocols around online data and consumer privacy. LoopMe surveyed consumers to find out if they’re really aware of the changes, and what they thought.
Google’s Pixel and Apple’s iPhone both in privacy hot seat for siphoning mobile device data without consent.
Research claims there is little difference between Apple and Google when it comes to collecting certain data.
The computer code underlying TikTok doesn’t pose a national security threat to the U.S., according to a new study by university cybersecurity researchers.
If the dataset was big enough, would individual records become anonymous by being “lost in the crowd”? Researchers discuss how there are limits to privacy in location datasets.
macOS malware development surged by over 1,000% in 2020, report says.