Daily Crunch: Shopify confirms data breach

Shopify blames “rogue” employees for a data breach, Google Maps adds COVID-19 data and China pushes back against the TikTok

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Data Of 8 Million Indians From Govt’s Coronavirus Portal Allegedly Exposed

India has emerged as a hotspot for the Coronavirus pandemic, with the country witnessing around 100,000 cases daily. Collating data

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The iOS 14 Privacy and Security Features You Should Know

This new iOS 14 feature gives your iPhone a different MAC address every time it connects, making it much more

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How extra demand for cashless payment services is changing the banking world [Q&A]

One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a marked reduction in the use of cash as

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Pardon the Intrusion #26: Facial recognition? That’s a no from me, dog

Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which

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Google launches Android 11, rolling out not just to Pixel phones first

Google today launched Android 11, the latest version of its mobile OS, and pushed the source code to the Android

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How AI will automate cybersecurity in the post-COVID world

By now, it is obvious to everyone that widespread remote working is accelerating the trend of digitization in society that

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Microsoft releases KB4497165 and KB4558130 microcode updates for Windows 10 to fix Intel security flaws

Earlier in the year, Intel announced that it had completed software validations on fixes for a series of security flaws

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Apple’s Latest Move Could Make Facebook Happy, For Some Time

Apple has published a new page on its developer portal and announced that it’s delaying the iOS 14 anti-tracking feature

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Cut in TLS certificate life could lead to greater risk of outages

As of September 1st, all publicly trusted TLS certificates must have a lifespan of 398 days or less — roughly

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The Blurred Lines and Closed Loops of Google Search

Tricksy! You’ll notice the knowledge box on the righthand side, too. But Google has around 92 percent of global search

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ProBeat: Amazon Halo is surveillance capitalism in a $100 fitness wearable

Amazon this week walked into the health gadget market with a $100 fitness wearable and a $4 per month subscription

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How financial services companies are using technology to fight the fraudsters [Q&A]

Account takeover attacks and online fraud of all types have skyrocketed during the pandemic as consumers have shifted almost all

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Cloudera pulls sensitive files from its ‘open by design’ cloud servers

Enterprise cloud giant Cloudera has pulled several of its cloud storage servers offline, despite initially claiming the servers were “open

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Botnet and exploit activity increases as attackers shift tactics

Botnet and exploit activity have increased over the course 2020’s second quarter by 29 percent and 13 percent respectively, representing

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Quickly manage Windows 10's privacy and security settings with the open source Privatezilla

We’ve covered Spydish on BetaNews before. The tool is great if you want to boost your privacy and security in

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Why IoT Security Is Only As Good As The Weakest Link

IoT security remains one of the most important, yet least understood parts of a proper IoT implementation. The pervasive presence

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How COVID-19 Has Emphasized Immediate Need for Change in IAM

Globally, COVID-19’s impact has been seen throughout all aspects of life. One such clear way is through remote work. In

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