200 million US citizens have had their sensitive personal data exposed accidently by a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee. The data - which included 1.1 terabytes worth of information such as birth dates, home addresses, telephone numbers, and political views of about 62 percent of the entire US population - was available on a publicly accessible Amazon cloud server.
Qualys, a pioneer and leading provider of cloud-based security and compliance solutions, today announced that it has extended its single-pane view of security and compliance posture into Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Users can now scan their GCP workloads along with all other global elastic-cloud and on-premise assets from within the Qualys Cloud Platform.
American global security company Intel, are predicting that 'Drone-jacking' is set to become the next major cyber threat. There has been a significant increase in the use of drones - which security experts have warned that is likely to lead to a new wave of 'Drone-jacking.' A report published by Intel's McAfee Labs indicated that hackers will start targeting drones used for deliveries, law enforcement or camera crews, in addition to hobbyists.
BlackBerry recently announced an agreement signed with Ford Motor Company for expanded use of BlackBerry's QNX and security software. The deal signifies an acceleration in BlackBerry's pivot from hardware to software in support of the automaker's goal of providing connected vehicles and mobility to its customers.
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