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Texas AG Investigates Facebook’s Use of Biometric Identifiers

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating Facebook for alleged violations involving the collection, retention and disclosure of biometric data.

Facebook Data Leak: Personal Info of Nearly 270 Million Users Exposed

Nearly 270 million Facebook users have had their user IDs, phone numbers and names left in an unsecured database accessible on the Internet for anyone to mine, a security researcher said.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 24 December 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Dell-Secureworks, Facebook Data Breach, LockerGoga & MegaCortex ransomware, Mastercard Buys RiskRecon, Perch Security PerchyCon & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 20 December 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Abacode, Arctic Wolf Networks, BlackBerry Cylance, F5 Networks, Facebook Privacy, Wawa Data Breach and more.

Apple, Facebook Security, Privacy Squabble with Justice Dept Heats Up

Apple & Facebook reaffirm vow not to build back doors into their products for law enforcement use, despite pressure from U.S. government officials.

Facebook Security: Robbers Stole Personal, Banking Data on 30K Employees

Thieves have reportedly stolen personal banking and payroll information of nearly 30,000 current and former Facebook employees, reports say.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 23 September 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Bromium endpoint security; Chubb; Dot Capital; Facebook Privacy; HP; Kaspersky; The Authoriti Network; Thinkful; WEBIT Services Inc. & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 18 April 2019

Today’s MSSP & MSP managed security services news involves Accenture, Arctic Wolf Networks (AWN), Bishop Fox, Check Point Software, Facebook Privacy & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 28 January 2019

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news updates involve an Akron, Ohio city cyberattack; the CISO Compass book; privacy advocates pursue Facebook fines; Hadoop database hacks & more.

Facebook Claims Innocence in Denying Charges of Special Deals for Data Access

Facebook denies accusations that it made special deals with more than 150 companies to access millions of users’ personal data without their permission, reports said.