Cybercriminals have used the Telegram Messenger app for years, as they look to buy, sell and share stolen data. One report suggests that this messaging app has recently become an alternative to the
Twitter last week launched a competition for computer researchers and hackers to identify biases in its image-cropping algorithm, after a group of researchers found the
algorithm tended to exclude Black people and men.
In a closely watched case, the Supreme Court Thursday voted 6-3 to narrow the scope of a 1980s-era anti-hacking law.
Microsoft today reported yet another large-scale email system hack. This attack comes on the heels of several other breaches including SolarWinds, Ubiquiti, and the Colonial Pipeline.
The report should make marketers and developers who create skills for voice assistants aware of the vulnerability that could tarnish brands' reputation.
Google Security Engineering researchers detailed several data leak issues in Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) technology, which aims to restrict cookies from sharing data and browsing
habits in the Safari web browser, in a paper presented to Cornell University.
Explicit forms of "criminal activity," including outright fraud, malware, data privacy hacks, etc., take the greatest share of brand safety exploits, according to an analysis presented by TAG (the
Trustworthy Accountability Group) during the IAB Tech Lab's "Innovation Day," May 6 in New York City. Other high-ranking brand-safety categories include "negative press" coverage (4.2%), ad
placement/content adjacencies (4.18%), questionable "brand partners" (4.1%), data privacy security (3.37%), inferior ad experiences (3.1%) and ad viewability (3.0%).
The news comes as the so-called first hack of the year -- of government employees in Australia -- has occurred.
Calm down, everyone -- the threat known as EFAIL will have little or no impact on email marketing.