The US legislation would allow government agencies and companies to share cyberthreat data
Court ruling on Safe Harbor brings uncertainty to privacy dealings
By declaring the Safe Harbor agreement invalid, the Court of Justice of the European Union exposes businesses to legal action, Privacy activists are overjoyed, but for businesses it's what one lobbyist described, only half jokingly, as "the doomsday scenario:"
Gozi Trojan Developer Pleads Guilty
A Latvian cybercriminal who helped in the creation of malware that infected over one million machines globally and resulted in tens of millions of dollars in losses, has pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit computer intrusion.
Apple, Microsoft wield privacy as marketing tool
Six Alleged Users of LizardStresser DDoS Service Arrested in UK
Six individuals have been arrested by British law enforcement as part of an operation targeting those who have used the Lizard Squad's LizardStresser distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) tool.
National Encryption Policy draft, everyone is under strict surveillance
The Indian Government plans to release the new National Encryption Policy, a law that seems to be one of the big threat to the Internet freedom.
FBI warns that Business Email Scams are raising
Yesterday the FBI warned the world that Business Email Scams (BEC) victims are growing, making companies losing money. The law enforcement highlights that frauds use to start with crooks spoofing communications from high management and executives and deceive them to authorize international wire transfers.