Snapchat: spying allegations are “wholly inaccurate”

Multiple employees have said to be allegedly abusing their access to private user data, Motherboard reveals. According to two former employees,  Snapchat have dedicated tools that can access consumer data, and it is these tools that are being abused be employees. Employees could view user location information, saved Snaps, phone numbers, and email addresses. SnapLion […]

UK political parties are failing to protect their members

A security vendor has revealed that UK political parties are failing miserably on email security, ahead of the European elections. It has been discovered that UK political parties participating in the European Parliament elections have a poor take-up of the DMARC protocol. Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is a solution best utilised to […]

Leniency for Singapore companies that admit data breach involvement

Organisations in Singapore that come clean about involvement in a data breach may receive less harsh financial penalties from the city-state’s data regulator. The leniency would be applied only in the case of common data breaches, which include URL manipulation, weak password management or printing malfunctions coming through mistaken recipients of mail. Singapore’s regulator, the […]