FFT News Digest - 2018

We monitor the news so you don't have to.

Date Headlines
Dec 28Alexa! Get out of the shower! | The wild world of connected devices | The second phase of GDPR | Lawful hacking | Holiday season scams
Dec 21Facebook's annus horribilis | China accused | Addressing rubbish passwords | Subverting 2FA | Attacking non-profits | Leadership and security 

Dec 14Location tracking | No deal data protection |. China accused | Learning from Equifax's mistakes | Australia's surveillance law | The risks of secure messaging.
Dec 7Peeking inside Facebook | Lessons from Marriott | Securing printers | Police under cyber crime cosh | Pegasus accused | Negligent users
Nov 30More fines for Uber | Consumers + GDPR vs Google | The long arm of the UK Parliament | The risk of dodgy websites | More journalists targeted in Mexico | Marriott data breach
Nov 23Email basics | The limited reach of GDPR | SIM hijacking | 1 in 10 emails malicious | Ransomware advice | Facebook appeal
Nov 16Bad habits | Snake oil | Cyber risk | Creepy gifts | Apple and ransomware | Fingerprint ID
Nov 9Password alert | Dutch police coup | Facebook | Facial recognition | Router compromise | Messaging in Russia
Nov 2Lessons from China | Apple's world view | Surveilling students | AI at the border | Facebook posts for sale | Signal tests improved privacy
Oct 26Who needs a Data Protection Officer?
Oct 26Phishing; still the top threat | Lessons from bugging Trump | GDPR compliance | Morrisons loses appeal | Signal desktop | BA data breach
Oct 19Cybersecurity Awareness; not just for this month
Oct 19Facebook; good news and bad | Anti-social media | Making employees your greatest asset | UK cyber warning | Epson accused | Heathrow facial recognition
Oct 12Personal made public | Hacking US weapons | Putting ourselves on display | Heathrow fined over USB horror | Appealing against the insider threat | When to update
Oct 12
Relevant Digital Service Providers and why November 1 is a crucial date
Oct 5Facebook Login | Russian spies | Supply chain attack | Bifurcating the Internet | New Zealand border checks | Rerouting your router. 
Sep 29 Facebook data breach; the lessons so far
Sep 28Credential stuffing | Open Source intelligence | First GDPR violation notice | Supplier cybersecurity | UN exposes itself | Checking your router
Sep 21Defeating Magecart | Equifax fined | Lessons from Pyongyang | Europol; Help! | Tracking the spread of Pegasus | Spying on journalists in the US
Sep 14BA data breach | 5 Eyes encryption warning | China's "super-aggressive' use of LinkedIn | Human error | Impersonation fraud | Peeking inside the world of government spyware
Aug 31Data Protection complaints soar | US data transfer deadline nears | Anti-semitic vandalism | Blissful ignorance | Targeting social messaging platforms | Iranian malfeasance
Aug 24Google tracking again | Protecting democracy | Superdrug | Spyfone spills data | Red faces at the DNC | Facebook app pulled from App Store
Aug 17Facebook fined | Password sextortion | Default dangers | Second-hand blues | Fitness leaks | Penetration tests
Aug 10Threats from Iran from extended supply chains | WiFi risks | Consumers embrace GDPR | Copyright ruling | Phishing by FTP | Good advice from Vegas.
Aug 3SMS 2FA fail | Amnesty attacked | Dixons fesses up | German broadcasters attacked | Managing privileges | Microsoft plea
Jul 27BA meet GDPR | Google beats phish | Media insecurity | Enterprise targets | Attacking the supply chain | Bad examples
Jul 20Cyber espionage laid bare | Legal threat | Privacy International | Do as we say | State of cybercrime | Gone whaling
Jul 13Why Password Managers are the only solution to credential chaos
Jul 13Facebook fined | Password sextortion | Default dangers | Second-hand blues | Fitness leaks | Penetration tests
Jul 6Security basics | Cellular insecurity | Scraping our data | Honey trapps | Browser extension pulled | California privacy law
Jun 29Social media | Browser fingerprinting | Defeating printer tracking | WPA 3 | Email security | Ticketmaster data breach.
Jun 22Learning lessons | Negligent employees | Bad ads | Zero fonts return | Filtering poor passwords | HTTPinSecure
Jun 15Dixons Carphone | Email and password insecurity | Kaspersky under fire | USB risks | Fake video | Football spy app
Jun 8Router warning | WhatsApp ban | Google Groups | World Cup risks | TalkTalk lessons | Apple privacy
Jun 1Email basics | Insider risks (again) | Rebooting routers | North Korea | Encrypted email | Internet trends
May 25Enforcing GDPR | Insider risk | Russian router attack | FBI exaggeration | Facebook's shadow problem | Tinder loves location
May 18Email encryption | Secure messaging | GDPR consent | Government surveillance | News tracking | Browser risks
May 11Fleeing the GDPR | GDPR: citizens or residents? | IBM bans USB sticks | BEC wins big | Equifax | Nation states cyber attacks
May 4Password reuse | Facebook doubles down | Social media "sweatshops" | Blocking Signal | Spilling beans | Police. Camera. AI
Apr 27GDPR noise | Pricing exploits | Broken locks. Evil Maids | Nosy Alexa | Router ignorance | Unlearned lessons
Apr 20Russia accused | Moscow IP blitz | Keeping calm over GDPR | Facebook's fine line | Simplifying Ts & Cs | Social login risks
Apr 13Lest Mr Zuckerberg be misunderstood | Attacking mobiles | Cyberwarfare | Warning on travel to China | Killing passwords | Insider risks




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