UpGuard’s new security tool automatically spots firms' data leaks

UpGuard’s new security tool automatically spots firms’ data leaks

Cybersecurity firm UpGuard discovered a lot of unintentionally exposed data last year. Among its findings were classified US Army and NSA data, 14 million Verizon customer records, personal information of nearly 200 million US citizens, Pentagon intelligence …

Georgia Hacking Bill SB315 Gets Cybersecurity All Wrong

Georgia’s SB315 discourages security research and encourages hacking back—meaning it’s exactly backwards.

Lighthouse’s AI-powered security camera is now shipping

Lighthouse’s intelligent 3D security camera was supposed to ship in September, but now it’s finally available for purchase. The camera is priced at $299. At checkout, you can choose either a $10/month AI service plan (with a 90-day free trial) or a lifetime p…

Strava will focus on privacy awareness to address security issues

The CEO of fitness tracking app Strava has responded to security concerns raised this week regarding the publicly-available details of secret military bases. In a blog post, James Quarles addressed the sensitive nature of information readily available on the …

NVIDIA GPUs weren’t immune to Spectre security flaws either

It’s not just your processor and operating system that are affected by the Meltdown and Spectre memory vulnerabilities — your graphics card is, too. To that end, NVIDIA has detailed how its GPUs are affected by the speculative execution attacks and has start…

Paul Ryan moves to replace election security official

The White House and House Speaker Paul Ryan are looking to replace a federal official who’s been working to protect election systems from possible Russian cyber attacks. According to Reuters, Matthew Masterson, who holds a seat picked by the House Speaker and…

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