Facebook Tracking Within Apps

Chris Olson

Popular applications are automatically sending off user information without user permission to Facebook as soon as they are opened. Privacy International has pointed out this backend privacy issue and says the apps send information to Facebook even if the consumer is not a Facebook user. Expert Comments below: Chris Olson, CEO at The Media Trust: “While […]

The Quora Breach 2018: What We Learned

Following a number of high profile data breaches at the tail end of 2018, Robin Tombs, CEO, Yoti, offers his advice to businesses looking to ensure they have the right protections in place for the safe storage of their consumers’ data. The Quora.com data hack in December 2018 and the data breach which affected Marriott […]

Hacker Organisation Threatens To Leak 9/11 Documents

Following the news that a group of hackers known as The Dark Overlord have stolen documents relating to 9/11 and are threatening to make them public if their ransom is not met, Jake Moore, Cyber Security Expert at ESET UK commented below. Expert Comments below: Jake Moore, Cyber Security Expert at ESET: “The problem with […]

Artificial Fingerprints

Artificial fingerprints have been created by researchers atNew York University and the Michigan State University that have the potential to unlock devices. Those images could be used to hack into about a third of smartphones. Expert Comments below: Ryan Wilk, VP of Customer Success at NuData Security: “At the end of the day, this will […]