Cyber attacks reportedly cost the US as much as $109 billion in 2016
Things aren’t getting better, folks.
Google Pixel 2 users report warming phones and shortened battery life
They say the issues popped up after installing this month's security update.
How security became more important than convenience
It's still the reverse for Equifax, though.
US indicts 13 Russian nationals for alleged election tampering
Charges include identity theft and conspiracy to defraud the US.
Intel currently facing 32 class-action lawsuits for Spectre and Meltdown
They allege Intel's prior security promises are void given the chip vulnerabilities.
White House also blames Russia for NotPetya attacks
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee said Russia will be "met with international consequences."
FedEx left sensitive customer data exposed on unsecured server
The data has since been secured, but was available for a long period of time.
EU: Facebook and Twitter must do more to protect users
The social networks are not doing a great job of removing illegal content.
Russia denies UK claim it was behind NotPetya cyberattack
UK government says the attack was 'almost certainly' down to Russian military.