Only eight breaches were responsible for the exposure of 3.2 billion records in the first half of the year, according to new research.
Authorities in Ohio, Connecticut and Florida arrested three men who expressed interest in mass shootings, including one who targeted a Jewish community center.
The Trump administration has granted a 90-day extension for American firms to find alternatives to the Chinese telecommunications corporation.
The state suspects that the attack, which took place Friday morning and targeted small local governments, was coordinated by “one single threat actor.”
Rekognition could already detect “happy,” “sad,” and other emotions. Now, the software is capable of analyzing people’s faces for fear.
Neglecting basic security practices exposes companies to long-standing security threats.
The city partnered with Dell, NTT and the Nevada state government for a year-long pilot program to help reduce vehicle accidents.
After six officers suffered non-life threatening injuries, the city’s mayor is calling for tougher gun control policies to help law enforcement keep firearms out of the wrong hands.
In a search of Paige Thompson’s home, federal agents found servers holding stolen data from other companies and an “arsenal of weapons” belonging to her roommate.
The agency is looking for contractors that would “transform” its passenger processing systems and integrate facial recognition into “all passenger applications.”
Suprema, which operates the Biostar 2 biometric smart lock system, leaked over 27.8 million records in a publicly accessible database discovered by security researchers.
After experiencing a rise in aggressive behavior from guests, theatres in London’s West End are using body cameras to deter audience members from being abusive toward staff.
The department has used video footage from the 3,200-camera system in over 140 cases in the past year, calling the program “game changing.”
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