In the early hours of April 30, the Town of Wasaga Beach, Ont. was hit by a ransomware attack that locked all the files on the town's network.
According to the US government alert, one incident in 2017 saw cash withdrawn simultaneously from ATMs in over 30 different countries.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An unprecedented federal and state collaboration to defend election systems against Russian interference ended with no obvious voting system compromises, although it's not entirely clear why.
Party's chief tech officer says it was too early to detect any sophisticated attack but his team has begun work on spotting any breaches.
Mark Zuckerberg is ready to play matchmaker for Canadians. Facebook Dating, which was previously piloted in Colombia, operates with users creating profiles that are separate from their Facebook ones and kept out of sight of friends. The offering will support text-only conversations between matches
Privacy experts say the release of a video of Ottawa Senators players sounding off while in an Uber was a "flagrant invasion of privacy."
It was hacked video conferencing equipment that led to one serious breach in a company. The video conferencing equipment in a boardroom where high-level executives met had been infiltrated by hackers, but no one knew it. It could have been a disastrous breach for the company had it not been for a cyber
Facebook said it blocked 115 accounts for suspected " co-ordinated inauthentic behaviour " linked to foreign groups attempting to interfere in Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections. The social media company shut down 30 Facebook accounts and 85 Instagram accounts and is investigating them in
Tightening its control over popular anonymous chat apps, the Russian government has approved regulations that would identify users by their cellphone numbers. The measures signed Tuesday by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev are part of Russia's moves to clamp down on smartphone messenger services,
If you were asked to write down all of the places online that have your personal information, could you do it?
Companies and municipalities came together at the annual Smart Mobility Summit, to share new technologies for building smarter cities. They also offered insight into the challenge cities face.
When politicians, business leaders and policy wonks talk about the educating for the future, there’s a good chance they’re going to spend a lot of time talking in acronyms – or rather, one particular acronym: Stem. Whether it’s teaching coding in schools, designing education for a future in which robotics
Ask chef Mollie J Jacques about her experience with delivery apps such as Uber Eats, and she'll recall the numerous times staff at the Toronto pizza place where she worked had no choice but to deliver orders themselves when drivers failed to show. While food delivery apps such as Foodora, Uber Eats
China has been hosting seminars for foreign countries and journalists on how to clamp down on online speech and writing positive news about China's economic policies, Freedom House reported. They include courses on President Xi Jinping's views on patriotism and tours of companies that monitor
Tuesday’s midterm elections will be the “most secure” elections in U.S. history, according to Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, though the U.S. government remains on high alert for any election-related mischief. “This is going to be the most secure election we’ve ever had,” Nielsen told
Up to 120 million private Facebook messages were being sold online by hackers this fall. The breach was first discovered in September and the messages were obtained through unnamed rogue browser extensions.
A security research discovered a vulnerability in Apple devices back in August, and two months later, Apple has done something about it.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella defended privacy as a "human right" and called on tech companies to protect users from cyber threats in a keynote address Thursday.
A new computer is nice, but replacing a battery may be able to accomplish the same thing if your processing power is still enough for what you do.