Smart receipt provider Slyp has hired Ashley Davies to be its CFO.
Global payment company Verrency has appointed former Paypal executive Dickson Chu to its global advisory board.
Companies involved in 14 major recent data breaches in Australia and the rest of the world — including human resources outfit PageUp People — did not even achieve a passing grade for the way in which they handled post-breach communications, the authors of a new book on breaches say.
Facebook has seen a massive decrease in the number of monthly page visits in the US, falling from 8.5 billion to 4.7 billion in the last two years, according to a study by market research company SimilarWeb.
More than a year ago, Google pledged to stop its systems from snooping on Gmail inboxes in order to personalise advertising.
Some websites have shut down and others are either blocking users from Europe or trying to obtain consent before allowing them in as the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in the 28 states of the European Union.
Facebook's chief security officer Alex Stamos has quit and will leave the company in August — the second time he has left a high-profile company after a short stint — over alleged Russian troll activity on the social media giant's site.
Unified communications company Polycom has appointed 25-year communications veteran Jim Cullinan to a newly created role of vice-president, Buzz and Brand.
US multinational telecommunications conglomerate Verizon has announced that all three billion accounts which Yahoo! had in December 2013, were affected by a data breach in 2013.
When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis get down to the nitty-gritty of formulating proposed changes to encryption laws which they have talked about, they might like to stop and consider one fact: most tech companies will bend over backwards if they have something to gain from it.
Two members of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) and two Russian hackers have been named in an indictment issued by the US Justice Department in connection with one of the Yahoo! email hacks which were announced last year.
Yahoo! chief executive Marissa Mayer will leave the company after its deal with Verizon is completed, but will be handsomely compensated with a payout of US$23 million.
US telecommunications giant Verizon and Yahoo! have agreed on a reduction of US$350 million in the price which the former will pay for some assets of the latter, a deal that was made in July last year.
Yahoo! says that it may have been affected by a data breach that occurred between 2015 and 2016, but has not offered any indication of the number of users who may be affected.
Verizon and Yahoo! are reportedly nearing an agreement that could see the price that the former pays for the latter reduced by about US$250 million.
A number of American journalists have received warnings from Google that state-sponsored hackers are trying to break into their Gmail accounts.
A number of people who live-streamed the Foxtel telecast of the boxing bout between Anthony Mundine and Danny Green on Friday may face legal action by the pay TV provider.
Nearly half of the data breaches worldwide in 2016 were in the United States, according to an annual report issued by Risk Based Security, a company that sells analytics and user-friendly dashboards designed to identify security risks by industry.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into whether Yahoo! should have reported two massive data breaches much sooner than it did.
Search company Yahoo! will change its name to Altaba after the sale of its core assets to Verizon is completed, according to a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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