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09
Jan
2019

January 28 is Data Privacy Day! Thanks to Europe’s GDPR we are all thinking data privacy these days. GDPR is the general data protection regulation It is an EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and […]

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A mobile spyware for Android was disclosed today, with extensive, advanced surveillance capabilities that suggest that a sophisticated actor is pulling the strings. Using a recently discovered malware dubbed Triout, bad actors are tapping into the proliferating footprint of Android-based smartphones: The growing install base offers up a rich attack surface, filled with microphones, cameras […]

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Law enforcement agencies have a problem. They know that more and more of us use our cellphones and other devices to communicate and that they contain a wealth of information of about our circle of friends, our family, those we do business with. But most smartphones encrypt their data when locked, stopping everyone – including […]

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