Browsing the web can be less secure than most users would hope. If that concerns you, a virtual private network -- aka a VPN -- is a decent solution. Check out a few of the best VPN services on the market, so you can encrypt data on any…
Brittany Kaiser was working for Cambridge Analytica just months ago. After testifying before the UK Parliament about her involvement in the campaign behind Brexit, she’s hopping the fence to make the opposite point.
After the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, there's now Localblox, a company that scrapes personal information from social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook. Unfortunately, that data was compromised.
We did the research to find the best keyboards for Android that work efficiently, look good, and have a history of user security. Here are our favorites, so you can feel confident trusting them with all of your typing.
When the General Data Protection Regulation comes into play in May 2018, it will have a sweeping effect on how personal data is handled online. Though it's an EU law, it has some major implications for online companies like Facebook.
In keeping with earlier promises, Facebook has rolled out a tool that will show you whether or not your data was in the hands of Cambridge Analytica or any other company that has since been banned from the platform.
Just in time for the upcoming mid-term elections this year, Facebook's new Data Abuse Bounty could help the network identify election meddling and protect your privacy. The best part? You could be $40,000 richer just by reporting malicious…
Ransomware has emerged as one of the most common forms of malware among organizations. The reason: Cybercriminals are mostly influenced by a desire to make money and ransomware is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to attack.
Ahead of Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge penned a policy piece arguing that Congress should regulate how companies like Facebook care for our information. And he's completely right.