Chinese facial recognition database exposes 2.5m people

A company operating a facial recognition system in China has exposed millions of residents’ personal information online. https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2019/02/15/chinese-facial-recognition-database-exposes-25m-people/

10 ways to deadbolt your Google account

2018 alone has seen billions of accounts hacked across a wide range of applications and services, proving once more that even the biggest Internet players can’s always keep users’ accounts [ … ]

Application Security Weekly Review, Week 7 2019

OkCupid account hijackings, availability of 617 million stolen accounts on the dark web, vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins, and more. https://www.htbridge.com/blog/application-security-weekly-review-week-7-2019.html

Mozilla, Others Want Big Retailers to Pledge Minimum IoT Security

Eleven organizations are asking major retailers in the United States to stop selling Internet-connected devices that don’t meet minimum security and privacy requirements. read more http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Securityweek/~3/HL7YGWxHvO0/mozilla-others-want-big-retailers-pledge-minimum-iot-security