Facebook’s Data Scandal Is Bigger Than Cambridge Analytica (Or Facebook)

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal has everything: peculiar billionaires, a once-adored startup turned monolith, a political mercenary who resembles a Bond villain and his shadowy psychographic profiling firm, an eccentric whistleblower, millions of profiles worth of leaked Facebook data, Steve Bannon, the Mercers, and — crucially — Donald Trump, and the results of the 2016 presidential election.

All AWS Services GDPR ready

Today, I’m very pleased to announce that AWS services comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that, in addition to benefiting from all of the measures that AWS already takes to maintain services security, customers can deploy AWS services as a key part of their GDPR compliance plans.

Copying eID

Hello dear redditers,i am looking for a help with cloning/copying eID smart card which i am using for work. I need an extra one for working at home or if just somebody can use it to download some files to my home computer, while i am still at work. Basically it is just a chip card which always connect to server for authentication so there wont be much data on it. Is it possible?

A robot’s ransom

Like most electronic stuff, robots are not immune to cybercriminals. Last year, researchers at IOActive detected as many as 50 vulnerabilities in robots developed by the Japanese firm SoftBank. They informed the manufacturer but never heard back. So this year at the Security Analyst Summit 2018, they decided to demonstrate what can happen if a robot gets hacked.

Do not become a link in a supply chain attack

For some reason, we keep hearing variations on the same theme: “Our company is not a major player; it wouldn’t be interesting to an attacker.” However popular, it is a misconception. Here is one example of how an APT operator used a small company in a supply chain attack.

Confirmation of a US Government Probe Pushes Facebook’s Market Loss To $90 Billion

The US Federal Trade Commission has confirmed that it is investigating Facebook over its privacy practices, following recent revelations that data firm Cambridge Analytica harvested and exploited tens of millions of users’ data without their permission. From a report: Facebook’s stock renewed its downward slide, bringing the company’s total loss of market

value to around $90 billion since the scandal broke 10 days ago

BrandPost: 3 Security Features to Look for in SD-WAN Solutions

The increasing adoption of SaaS and IaaS applications and infrastructure has been a catalyst for the rapid adoption of SD-WAN architectures. Directly connecting users to SaaS/IaaS instances from branch offices using lower cost internet services to augment (or even replace) MPLS provides the highest performance and user experience.