Category: Privacy

Elections Quebec warns of fraudulent calls and texts circulating for today’s vote

Agency says some people have received automated calls saying election is postponed.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in September 2018 – 925,633,824 records leaked

It’s time for the month’s list of breaches and cyber attacks, and it’s a big one.

Tips to stay cyber safe while travelling

Today is World Tourism Day. Let's take a look at the Government of Canada's ''Tips to stay Cyber Safe While Travelling''.

Data firm hit with first ever GDPR notice!

A Canadian analytics firm that worked for Vote Leave has received the UK's first formal notice under a key data law, the UK's data protection watchdog has confirmed.

Amazon investigating employees leaking data for bribes

Employees, through intermediaries, would be offering internal data to help merchants increase their sales on the website.

FIFA player uses GDPR to find out everything EA has on him, realises he’s spent over $10,000 in two years

A FIFA player used GDPR to find out everything publisher EA had on him - and realised he'd spent an incredible $10,000 on the game in just two years.

British Airways customer data stolen in data breach

“A very sophisticated, malicious attack”: that is how BA’s boss, Alex Cruz, described a security breach that allowed cyber criminals to steal personal and financial information from 380,000 customers who booked direct with the airline.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks August 2018 – 215,000,000 records leaked

As we end the near of August, it’s time to tally up the month’s breaches.

Air Canada app data breach involves passport numbers!

Air Canada's app has suffered a data breach resulting in the suspected loss of thousands of its customers' personal details.

For Google, no tracking means we still track you

Users can adjust privacy settings, but they can’t hide from Google.

Edward Snowden and John Oliver discuss password security and it’s hilarious!

See these really important tips and advises from Edward Snowden in this conversation with John Oliver.

Not all security systems fail!

Not all security systems are created equals. We often hear about the ones that fail, but rarely the ones that worked!

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