Personal data stories
Vodafone encourages Australians to recycle unused mobile devices
Vodafone urges Aussies to recycle old mobiles this holiday, revealing 22.3 million devices lay redundant across the nation.
Consumers adapt spending & embrace technological shopping trends
Consumers lead change in global spending habits amid economic crisis, attracting to cost-effective offers and novel tech trends.
Festive season online shopping spurs rise in luxury brand phishing scams
Cyber threats are on the rise this holiday season, warns Check Point Research, with a 13% increase in malicious files related to online orders and deliveries.
Innotec Security on avoiding social network job scams
Innotec Security offers invaluable advice on thwarting job scams on social networks amid rising fraudulent ventures.
AP+ & Five by Five Global campaign tackles data oversharing issue
AP+ and Five by Five Global have launched a campaign to counter data oversharing issue with novel ConnectID solution.
Kaspersky uncovers malicious WhatsApp mod spreading via Telegram
Kaspersky reveals a dangerous WhatsApp mod, dispersed via Telegram, that secretly installs malware impacting over 340,000 users.
EU aims to standardise digital IDs with personal data control by 2026
EU aims to standardise digital IDs with personal data control by 2026, moving away from cloud-based providers.
DerSecur offers free vulnerability checks at Govware event with DerScanner
DerSecur, a cybersecurity start-up, is offering a free vulnerability check for mobile and web apps at this year's Govware event in Singapore.
Gen Z & millennials: the most vulnerable to cybercrimes
Gen Z and millennials, the digital era's major users, are most at risk of falling prey to cybercrimes, a study suggests.
GAIN LINE's suggestions for robust data security post Lyca Mobile attack
Leading business consultancy, GAIN LINE, calls for stronger data security measures following recent cyber-attack on Lyca Mobile.
Innovative UK cyber firm coc00n joins NCSC initiative to tackle national cyber threats
British cyber security tech firm, coc00n, has joined a programme by the National Cyber Security Centre to bolster the UK's cyber resilience.
Private Internet Access expands global server network to 91 countries
Private Internet Access (PIA) has expanded its global server network to 91 countries, strengthening its position in the cybersecurity sector.
Magecart web skimming threat targets food and retail
New Magecart web skimming campaign targets food and retail websites, using advanced concealment techniques to hide malicious code.
Yoti & Lloyds bank launch digital ID app amid rising identity fraud threat
UK's Yoti and Lloyds Bank introduce a digital ID app, the Lloyds Bank Smart-ID, to combat increasing ID fraud.
Gartner: Security spending to reach $215 billion by 2024, bolstered by Cloud & AI
Cloud tech, AI, hybrid workforce, and evolving regulations will drive global security spending to $215 billion by 2024.
Norton launches Secure Browser to halt cyber criminals
Norton launches Norton Secure Browser to protect consumers from browser-based cyber threats and unwanted tracking.
Australians most nervous globally about AI – report
Less than half of the nation trusts artificial intelligence, while only around 40% are excited about the AI revolution.
Cyber crime costing the world $8 trillion every year
In the context of our technologically advanced society, the protection of personal data has emerged as a critical concern.
UK and US ‘data bridge’ to extend Data Privacy Framework
UK and US to create 'data bridge' to facilitate free flow of personal data. Move aims to reduce costs and increase opportunities for businesses.
Check Point highlights new ChatGPT4.0 account theft concerns
Check Point Research has identified a growing trend on the dark web and hacking underground involving the theft and sale of stolen ChatGPT Premium accounts.
Norton brings consumer identity protection to New Zealand
Norton launches Norton 360 Platinum in New Zealand, offering identity theft victims help resolving their issues.
How to prevent dark web criminals profiting from your data
Dark web trade of stolen login details is booming, putting individuals and companies at serious risk. Action is needed to prevent it.
OECD adopts privacy safeguards while accessing personal data
The agreement is on approaches to safeguarding the privacy and other freedoms when accessing personal data for national security and law enforcement purposes.
Google says privacy key as NZ Identity Check system planned
Google supports efforts to fix legal stability in data flow and privacy. New Zealand uses Google Analytics in online ID system.