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Consumer Data Privacy Rights: Emerging Tech Blurs Lines

Data privacy is a fundamental right for Americans - but new emerging technologies like drone, IoT and facial recognition are introducing gray areas. Read more

Art Imitates Life: Lessons from the Final Season of Mr. Robot

Unlike Elliot, real-world adversaries don’t have lofty ideals nor do they suffer crises of conscience. Read more

Pwn2Own Tokyo Roundup: Amazon Echo, Routers, Smart TVs Fall to Hackers

The latest edition of the bi-annual hacking contest saw creative exploits in new device categories. Read more

News Wrap: Voice Assistant Laser Hack, Twitter Insider Threats, Data Breach Fine Fails

From voice assistant hacks to insider threats, Threatpost editors break down this week's biggest news. Read more

Amazon Fixes Ring Video Doorbell Flaw That Leaked Wi-Fi Credentials

Attackers could access Wi-Fi credentials due to a problem in initial configuration of the smart doorbell device. Read more

Google Enlists Help to Fight Bad Android Apps

The tech giant formed an alliance with three endpoint security firms aimed at stopping malicious apps before they get to the Google Play Store. Read more

IDG Contributor Network: AI and 5G: Entering a new world of data

Today the telecom industry has identified the need for faster end-user-data rates. Previously users were happy to call and text each other. However, now mobile communication has converted...

Alexa, Siri, Google Smart Speakers Hacked Via Laser Beam

Smart voice assistants can be hijacked by attackers using lasers to send them remote, inaudible commands. Read more

BlueKeep Attacks Have Arrived, Are Initially Underwhelming

The first attacks that exploit the zero-day Windows vulnerability install cryptominers and scan for targets rather than a worm with WannaCry potential. Read more

Microsoft reveals new Edge logo

Microsoft has taken the wraps off the logo for its upcoming Chromium-based Edge browser. Read more

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Two men busted for hijacking victims’ phones and email accounts

Prosecutors allege that Meiggs and Harrington took over their targets' mobile phone and email accounts via SIM-swapping. Read more

Leaked Russian Interference Report Raises Questions About Brexit, UK Election Security

A report from the U.K. Parliament's intelligence committee concludes that "Russian interference may have had an impact on the Brexit referendum," reports the Times...

Lessons From the Cyberattack On India’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant

Dan Drollette shares an article by two staffers at the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory from The Bulletin of...