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Apple's bug bounty program gets bigger

Apple's bug bounty program gets bigger

Apple’s head of security engineering and architecture Ivan Krstić has announced that the company’s bug bounty program will now be extended to Macs, MacBooks, Apple TV, and Apple Watch.... Read more

Broadcom to buy Symantec's Enterprise business for 10.7 billion

Broadcom to buy Symantec's Enterprise business for 10.7 billion

The chipmaker Broadcom has committed to buy Symantec’s enterprise security unit for $10.7 billion. Mergers and acquisitions have played a big role in Broadcom’s growth as an international ... Read more

Monzo Bank customers PIN stolen; bank urges its customers to change PIN

Monzo Bank customers PIN stolen; bank urges its customers to change PIN

How is PIN beneficial? The personal identification number has been the key to flourishing the exchange of private data between different data-processing centers in computer networks for financial inst... Read more

AT&T insiders paid by hacker to plant malware and unlock phones

AT&T insiders paid by hacker to plant malware and unlock phones

A Pakistani national was extradited from Hong Kong on the request of the U.S recently. He is believed to have bribed multiple AT&T employees to plant malware and to misuse the company’s netw... Read more

Google to pause listening to EU voice recordings

Google to pause listening to EU voice recordings

According to the reports, Google will temporarily pause listening to voice recordings in the EU during the investigating period. From the past few months, Google’s voice assistant service is fac... Read more

Microsoft pays $25 million to settle corruption charges

Microsoft pays $25 million to settle corruption charges

According to reports, Microsoft agreed to pay $25 million to settle the federal corruption charges involving a bribery scheme in its Hungary office and three other foreign subsidiaries. The US Securit... Read more

Equifax to pay $700 million for its 2017 data breach

Equifax to pay $700 million for its 2017 data breach

Equifax, a consumer credit reporting agency agreed to pay up to $700 million as part of a settlement with regards to its 2017 data breach. Recently, The Federal Trade Commission published a statement ... Read more