Below we look at the role of data destruction in cybersecurity and why it should never be taken for granted.
More than 267 million Facebook user IDs, phone numbers, and names were exposed online and available for access without any security.
Senior Trump officials have discussed the possibility of passing new legislation that could make it illegal for companies to offer end-to-end encryption through their services.
Social media has become an integral part of our daily life and here are 7 simple tips to improve privacy and security of their Social Accounts.
A strong password is the first line of defense in data security. Here we outline a simple list of Do's and Don't s when picking a secure password.
However, Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon have all made statements claiming they will not sell your personal web browsing history.
After the WikiLeaks revelations, it is important to take cybersecurity serious. Here are 4 easy ways for you to secure your devices.
Airtel is putting its broadband users to to various online attacks, by asking them to disable auto-updates and auto-backup to save bandwidth.
According to a court filing made today, FBI has finally gained access to the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone without any assistance from Apple.
In the recent court filing Apple speaks plainly and argues that the government is seeking to "rewrite history" with its interpretation of the All Writs Act.
A recent report indicates that a number of tech companies including Facebook, Google, Snapchat, and WhatsApp are planning to increase the use of encryption in their service.
Apple filed a motion asking a judge to dismiss a court order requiring the company to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone at the FBI's request.