It has been reported that Vodafone is piloting a new advertising ID system called TrustPid, which will work as a persistent user tracker at the mobile Internet Service Provider (ISP) level. The new system is in test phase in Germany and is intended to be impossible to bypass from within the web browser settings or through cookie […]
Following the news that: Third of UK Firms Have Experienced a Security Breach Since 2020 https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/third-uk-security-breach-2020/
Following the exposure of the Microsoft Office vulnerability mentioned yesterday by the SANS Institute, the vulnerability has been named Follina, and Microsoft is aware of it. Researchers at the SANS Institute have provided further advice on how to tackle the threat below. Researchers at SANS Institute said: How it works: “Malicious Office documents are a […]
The Federal Trade Commission is taking action against Twitter, Inc. for deceptively using account security data for targeted advertising. More on the story here: https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/news/press-releases/2022/05/ftc-charges-twitter-deceptively-using-account-security-data-sell-targeted-ads
Following the news that: DuckDuckGo browser allows Microsoft trackers due to the search agreement [U] DuckDuckGo Working with Microsoft Concerning Browser Privacy – The Mac Observer
Amid the news that two thirds of British companies have been targeted by fraudsters in the past two years, it’s been revealed that cyberattacks are the most common crime.
A Face Search Engine Anyone Can Use Is Alarmingly Accurate, PimEyes, a consumer-facing facial reco engine that it says “offers a potentially dangerous superpower from the world of science fiction” and whose capabilities raise serious questions about biometrics, privacy and digital stalking. Cyber security experts provide an insight on PimEyes below.
In Part 1 published by Information Security Buzz 25th May 2022, the article considered aspects of historic threats posed by all forms of malevolence in the form logical, digital compromise, and looked back to the past encountered threats resulting from Malware and other more costly situations, such as the loss of Crypto Currency through some […]
In light of the news that CISA has added 41 vulnerabilities to its catalogue of known exploited flaws please see the below comments from the expert.
Please see comment by Industry leaders on the anniversary of GDPR. The comment focuses on how poor identity access management can lead to GDPR fines, and why organizations need to invest in Identity Data Fabrics.