Client side scanning may cost more than it delivers

On May 11, 2022, the EU will publicize a proposal for a law on mandatory chat control. Privacy advocates aren’t happy.

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Pegasus spyware found on UK government office phone

The NSO Group’s flagship spyware was found on a device in 10 Downing Street’s network.

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Watch out for LinkedIn fakes who want to get connected

We take a look at a collection of no fewer than 1,000 profiles on LinkedIn using AI generated deepfake images for profile pictures.

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When a deepfake “empire” continues to grow

We look at a Wired report which reveals a deepfake partner program pulling in big page views and big money.

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Fired by algorithm: The future’s here and it’s a robot wearing a white collar

A Bloomberg investigation has revealed that Amazon Flex drivers are being evaluated, and in some cases fired, by algorithms.

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Zoom deepfaker fools politicians…twice

We look at how a Deepfake campaign patched two Zoom calls through to politicians from two different governments.

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A week in security (April 19 – 25)

A roundup of the previous week’s security news, from April 19 to 23.

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A week in security (April 12 – 18)

A roundup of the previous week’s security news, from April 12 to 18.

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Deepfakes were going to change everything. And then they didn’t

Deepfakes are out there, but they aren’t where many people expected them to be.

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RegTech explained: a crucial toolset for the financial industry

The financial industry has come to rely on RegTech. It helps financials comply with regulations and tightens up data safety and security. But what is it exactly?

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