The social network’s aim is to allow people to share unfiltered moments of their lives. The potential danger comes when those unfiltered moments include information they’d rather not share.
We are witnessing a full-scale cyberwar, in real time, take place in front of our eyes. Cybersecurity and digital freedom are now, quite literally, life and death issues in Europe.
Plus, a new malware is on the rise, and a new hack likely affects a third of all Australians.
Plus, an airline hack, an Apple bug, media protection in Europe, and a $35 million security penalty.
Roughly a third of all connected devices have insecure defaults, such as no or weak password protection or poor software design, that make them ripe for exploits.
As this attack illustrates, reusing passwords can lead to very real consequences.
In the context of the current war in Ukraine and increased authoritarian aggression against free and open discourse on the internet, it's now more important than ever to warn our European audience about the dangers of current new propaganda networks.
Plus, Instagram gets smacked with a fine and a large school district gets smacked with ransomware.
Make sure you know the differences among the various states’ laws, when they go into effect, and whether or not they apply to your particular business.