It always happens this time of year, an influx of holiday-related scams circulating the interwebs. Scams don't wait for the holidays, but scammers do take advantage of the increased shopping and distraction when things get busy to...
A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on charges of hacking the Google and Apple email accounts of over 100 people including celebrities, and getting access to nude videos and photographs of some people.
Yahoo is asking that the U.S. government set the record straight on requests for user data, following reports saying the internet company has secretly scanned customer emails for terrorism-related information.
Today, email is the #1 threat to enterprise security. 91% of targeted threats start with email and for good reason: 1/5 employees will always click on a malicious link opening the floodgates for hackers to send in malware.
Experts agree that recent high-profile cases demonstrate that emails can be permanently destroyed. But they also warn against complacency. They still recommend treating emails as if they really are “forever.”
Yahoo's announcement that state-sponsored hackers have stolen the details of at least 500 million accounts shocks both through scale -- it's the largest data breach ever -- and the potential security implications for users.