The recent data breach reported by Capital One has affected more than 100 million bank customers, so we look at what to do in case your personal information has been compromised.
We look at some less well-known search engines that are positioning themselves as the most private browsers.
Soon new data protection regulations will come into force in Brazil. Read on to find out all about the LGPD – Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados – and what it means for those who fall under its jurisdiction.
As the National Security Agency issues a warning about BlueKeep vulnerability for Windows users we determine what the vulnerability is and how you can protect yourself against it
The Transport for London network has announced that it is going to begin collecting user data to improve services and reduce congestion.
After a recent report from Bloomberg suggested that all major companies’ voice assistants’ recordings were reviewed by humans, we look at whether this is the case and what can be done to prevent it.
Google has introduced a new feature that will allow you to automatically delete your search and location history – here’s how to activate it.
The UK government has outlined proposals for a new IoT security law designed to keep users’ privacy and data safe.
We unravel what the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act does.
Uncovering how Google’s new password-less technology will work.