Swedish telecommunications equipment company Ericsson says it has been notified by the US Securities and Exchange Commission that an investigation has been opened into the company's report about its 2019 dealings in Iraq.
Ubiquiti, a maker of wireless LAN and WiFi routers and access points, has filed a case against former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs, who publishes a security blog, alleging that he falsely accused the company of "covering up" a cyberattack by intentionally misleading customers about "a so-called data breach and subsequent blackmail attempt in violation of US federal law and SEC regulations".
The globe's biggest web hosting company, GoDaddy, has announced that more than a million customers of its Managed WordPress product had their email addresses and customer numbers exposed, following a breach.
The Kik Messenger social media platform, used by some 300 million people, is due to close down on 19 October, 2019.
Symantec president and chief executive Greg Clark has suddenly left his post before a permanent replacement was in place, with the company naming director Richard Hill as a temporary fill-in. Clark was the fifth top executive to quit in the last six months.
A second scam email pretending to contain an invoice from accounting software provider Xero has recently surfaced, according to security company MailGuard.
One of the problems with telling a rather public fib is that one has to keep on telling it in order to maintain the status quo. So it was with newly-appointed Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson.
If Facebook thought they were under public scrutiny previously, they ain't seen nothing yet.
Despite endlessly consistent rumours that Facebook will commence an IPO process to raise $10B, it seems that a late decision has been made to reduce the amount to $5B.
Circle the wagons, folks. If you believe the hype-makers, it will be the end of the world as we know it when the widely rumoured Facebook IPO hits the streets on Wednesday February 1st. Or will it?
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