There's a massive amount of data in private hands and without sufficient controls by the government.
From exploitation to obfuscation, attackers are flipping the script on what we know about web skimming campaigns.
Making sure the future of security is simple and accessible to everyone is one of Baloo’s main missions as a cybersecurity hero.
Plus, real-time bidding makes billions and Apple lets apps raise subscription prices.
The better we understand how adversaries can eavesdrop on our phones, the more confidence we can have in our privacy.
It's encouraging that Google is recognizing that users care about privacy. However, user data is still ultimately a product being sold to advertisers.
Plus more news bytes, like Costa Rica’s ransomware emergency and the White House’s deep dive into quantum computing.
Listen to Garry Kasparov talk with Avast CISO Jaya Baloo on how private-sector cybersecurity and cryptocurrencies will shape the future of privacy.
Plus, the return of REvil and the largest HTTPS DDoS attack ever.
“This is the kind of policy we ordinarily associate with authoritarian states, not open societies. It does a disservice to our democratic values.”