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The Rise of the Data Protection Officer

As global organizations doing business in the EU settle into the second year of enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the sweeping...

Apple’s New Privacy and Security Features: A Closer Look

Usually when Apple CEO Tim Cook makes a big announcement at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, it involves a new device or a...

Estonian hackers forged electronic identity card

By: E-Hacking News As we all know, the introduction of electronic Identity Card has begun in many developed countries. According to the leaders of the...

Microsoft warns of spam campaign exploiting CVE-2017-11882 flaw

By: Pierluigi Paganini, Security Affairs   Microsoft is warning of an active spam campaign targeting European languages that leverages an exploit to infect simply by opening...

Security flaws found in taxi booking apps

By: E-Hacking News Experts of the Russian Quality System ( made a decision that the most popular applications for ordering a taxi can cause the...

Many Android devices had pre-installed backdoor: Google

By: Jagmeet Singh, Gadgets.NDTV Android phones had a pre-installed framework backdoor that made them vulnerable even before they hit stores, Google revealed in a detailed...

Nokia enhances its security program for 5G end-to-end networks

Nokia announces a significant extension of its long-held commitment to the highest standards in network security, unveiling an enhanced security program and establishing an advanced...

How to Buy a Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet With Bitcoin Cash

Storing digital funds in a secure hardware wallet (HW) is a vital part of safeguarding your cryptocurrency holdings against hackers and other cyber...

Samsung unveils two new laptops that look like MacBook clones

As Apple was preparing to get underway with WWDC 2019 on Monday, Samsung decided to unveil two sleek new Windows 10 laptops that are so...

Google has temporarily paused Android Q beta updates after some Pixels bootlooped

Oops Yesterday, Google released the fourth beta for Android Q, which was made available via OTA updates for Pixels and might have hinted at improved face unlock for...

Cyber Security

Android L Will Keep Your Secrets Safer

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense...



71% of UAE residents trust IoT technology – research

By: Zawya UAE shows far higher levels of trust in IoT tech compared with European nations, according to research commissioned by Palo Alto Networks The UAE has...