Convicted criminals and people susceptible to extortion are named in a LexisNexis database that leaked onto the open internet.
Banking information, Social Security digits, names and salaries were stolen from several unencrypted hard drives left in a payroll employee's car, a report says.
Here's a breakdown of the controversial Chinese telecom and phone maker's saga so far.
If your personal information was exposed in the massive hack, you wouldn't want to leave money or benefits on the table.
A rash of takeovers of Ring cameras is a good reminder to lock down your security devices.
The Android feature is now rolling out in the US.
The suit calls on two border-control and immigration agencies to reveal how they use a controversial gadget that poses as a cell tower to suck up data.
The default password on these three smartwatches sold on Amazon could let hackers track and eavesdrop on children.
The lock isn't able to receive updates, which means the flaw allowing hackers to break in will always be present.
US lawmakers are poised to "impose our will" if tech companies don't weaken encryption so police can access data.
You can't let in law enforcement without opening the door to hackers and criminals, the company says in an open letter.
Before you give that website your username and password, Google wants to check to make sure it's not a fake created by hackers.
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