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.
Madison Square Garden has been secretly scanning visitors' faces
It's unclear when the Garden's management started the practice.
Google believes Android is as secure as iOS
A year in review report highlights Android's improving security.
Microsoft fixes more Meltdown and Spectre flaws in Windows
Problematic antivirus compatibility checks have been blocked on Windows 10.
After exposing secret military bases, Strava restricts data visibility
Only registered users can see its heatmap and info marked private will be deleted monthly.