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Networking Security, Security

California can enforce net neutrality law, judge rules in loss for ISPs

February 24, 2021

Via: ArsTechnica

California can start enforcing the net neutrality law it enacted over two years ago, a federal judge ruled yesterday in a loss for Internet service providers. Broadband-industry lobby groups’ motion for a preliminary injunction was denied by Judge John Mendez […]


Applications, Infrastructure

Daily Crunch: TikTok becomes a political battleground in Russia

February 12, 2021

Via: Tech Crunch

We take an in-depth look at TikTok usage in Russia, Facebook’s Oversight Board looks beyond Facebook and Sesame Workshop backs an edtech fund. This is your Daily Crunch for February 11, 2021. The big story: TikTok becomes a political battleground […]


Networking Security, Operations Security, Security

Fake collaboration apps are stealing data as staff struggle with home working security

January 19, 2021

Via: ZDnet

There’s been a significant rise in organisations encountering malware attacks on remote devices over the course of the last year as employees have been forced to work from home. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has resulted in more remote working than […]


Networking Security, Security

Google’s plan to replace tracking cookies goes under UK antitrust probe

January 8, 2021

Via: Tech Crunch

Google’s plan to end support for third party cookies in the Chrome browser and its Chromium engine is under investigation by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The antitrust regulator said today that it’s launched a probe under Chapter […]


Networking Security, Security

Protect your personal information online with NordVPN

January 8, 2021

Via: BGR

Shopping on the Internet shouldn’t be difficult. Sure, you may realize that the PlayStation 5 sold out before you had a chance to buy one, but you’ll have other shots to purchase it. While you’re buying items for your home, […]


Attacks & Breaches, Security

2020 had its share of memorable hacks and breaches. Here are the top 10

December 28, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

2020 was a tough year for a lot of reasons, not least of which were breaches and hacks that visited pain on end users, customers, and the organizations that were targeted. The ransomware menace dominated headlines, with an endless stream […]


Policy, State & Local

Kansas taps agriculture CIO to direct statewide IT strategy

November 17, 2020

Via: StateScoop

The Kansas Office of Information Technology Services has tapped the chief information officer of the state’s agriculture department to fill the role of statewide chief information technology architect, DeAngela Burns-Wallace, the state’s chief information technology officer, said Tuesday. The new […]


Attacks & Breaches, Security

Fragomen, a law firm used by Google, confirms data breach

October 27, 2020

Via: Tech Crunch

Immigration law firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy has confirmed a data breach involving the personal information of current and former Google employees. The New York-based law firm provides companies with employment verification screening services to determine if employees […]


Infrastructure, Wireless Infrastructure

AT&T plans thousands of layoffs at HBO, Warner Bros., rest of WarnerMedia

October 9, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

AT&T is planning thousands of layoffs at HBO, Warner Bros., and other parts of WarnerMedia as part of a plan to cut costs by up to 20 percent, The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday. WarnerMedia is what used to be […]


Attacks & Breaches, Security

Elusive hacker-for-hire group Bahamut linked to historical attack campaigns

October 9, 2020

Via: CSO Online

Attack attribution is one of the most difficult aspects of malware research and it’s not uncommon for different security companies to attribute attack campaigns to different threat actors only to later discover that they were the work of the same […]