User data stories
Barracuda Networks tackle rising Aussie credential stuffing scams
Barracuda Networks proposes sturdy measures against escalating Australian credential stuffing scams, affecting around 20,000 consumers, with increased bot-assisted logins and poor password hygiene.
Operation Triangulation: Undocumented iPhone hardware feature exposed
Kaspersky's GReAT team has uncovered an undisclosed iPhone hardware feature used in Operation Triangulation attacks.
Privacy concerns rise over popular AI photo apps – study
Over a third of AI photo apps use your personal data to train their AI tools, raising privacy concerns, says a study.
IT leaders see cloud infrastructure as leading cyber risk source
A study by Tenable shows that 68% of Australian IT leaders view cloud infrastructure as a chief source of cybersecurity risks.
New SecurityGen study highlights hidden threat to 5G networks
Telecom security experts call on operators to implement comprehensive cyber-security measures against GTP threats.
9 out of 10 mobile games ignore user privacy: Usercentrics
Mobile game publishers are not aligned with mobile industry’s evolution towards consent, despite brands increasingly insisting on using only compliant data.
Forcepoint's cloud-native approach to user activity & insider threat monitoring
Forcepoint has launched Dynamic User Protection, a cloud-native user activity and insider threat monitoring solution delivered as a service.
Dormant employee accounts a major cyber risk for Singapore businesses
Only seven percent of respondents in Singapore say they remove access for users immediately upon a change in HR status.
NEC releases facial recognition software - passwords, a thing of the past?
NEC's new facial recognition software could make traditional passwords obsolete, boosting security for mobile services.
Data discussions daunt digital disruption
Over the last few weeks, there have been several items in the news that mark an increasing trend about data ownership and usage.