Google takes a step towards safety-first, will warn users if credentials are compromised in data breach
With the new features, Chrome will also be able to inform users when they are about to access a phishing website.
69% Indian companies at risk of data breach
44% of them encountering a data breach before and 25% failing to perform any breach assessment in...
WhatsApp admits it could've handled data breach better
WhatsApp told the govt that it could have communicated the issue better, deprting from...
Your payment info, passwords are safe: OnePlus confirms data breach, says email addresses were compromised
There is little that OnePlus can do to mitigate the damage.
OnePlus probes breach; payment data secure
“OnePlus has notified impacted users that we have discovered some of their order information was accessed by an unauthorised party. We took immediate steps to stop the intruder and reinforce security. Before making this public, we informed our impacted users by email,” the company said.
View: Make CERT-In liable to notify victims of cyberattacks
WhatsApp breach shows Indian victims are stuck with no way to know if they have fallen prey to a cyberattack.
WhatsApp responds to government; says it informed in September Indian users were impacted of malware
WhatsApp's response to the government on Friday comes amid allegations that it had withheld information about Indian citizens being among those affected by the widespread hacking. The Facebook-owned messaging platform sais it had informed the country’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) about the malware in the messaging application in May.
Details of 1 million Indian cards up for sale online
It is believed that the data dump could have been obtained by skimming details from the magnetic stripe on the cards. Researchers at Group-IB found card details being sold at $100 each, total value of the card database is at over $130 million.
Sweeping powers to government under data protection Bill a step backwards, say experts
The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, and the government proposed sending the Bill to a joint select committee of both Houses of Parliament amid protests by the opposition.
Facebook no more among top 10 best brands globally
Facebook has lost its place among the world's 10 most valuable brands in global brand consultancy Interbrand's annual ranking of top 100 brands. Two years back, the social networking giant was at the eighth spot in the list.
CDSL and Uniken collaborate on security solution for mobile applications
The security solution will enhance multi-factor authentication based on 1:1 cryptographic keys with device fingerprinting, among other things.
36% smaller firms witnessed data breaches in 2019 globally
Small companies suffer from data breaches and the number of those affected is growing year on year and most significantly, faster than in any other sector.
Companies need to respect data of consumers: Airtel CEO
He further stated: "I think it is incumbent upon all of us, representing the industry, whether it's the operator or the application provider or the device company to be very respectful of the data.
Indians lead the world as Facebook big bug hunters
Indian experts receive the biggest bounty in Facebook reward scheme for reporting breaches.
Facial recognition app used by Madurai Police left data of individuals unsecured
Copseye, designed by Madurai-based startup Geomeo Informatics, allows the police to take photos of people suspected to be involved in criminal activity.
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