UpGuard’s new security tool automatically spots firms' data leaks
The new service will help companies find and secure data they inadvertently expose.
Facebook plans all-staff meeting on Cambridge Analytica scandal
But it's only going to last 30 minutes.
Making sense of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica nightmare
The firm harvested data from 50 million Facebook profiles, but now what?
Facebook hires digital forensics firm to audit Cambridge Analytica
It will investigate whether the data Cambridge Analytica gathered years ago still exists.
When China hoards its hackers everyone loses
The country is MIA at one of the year's most important security competitions.
Food app Ritual is sharing users' precise workplace information
And because it doesn't check whether you actually work at a location, random strangers can access the data.
DHS and FBI warn Russia is behind cyberattacks on US infrastructure
Energy, nuclear, aviation and manufacturing sectors are among those affected.
Think tank's new task force will forecast AI's challenges
It's chaired by a former deputy secretary of defense and the dean of Carnegie Mellon's CS school.
US sanctions Russians for cyberattacks and election meddling
Those affected include the group behind the NotPetya attack.