Work-from-home creates perfect opportunities for cyber criminals, corporates spies and hackers: cyber security experts

With companies temporarily closing their offices and with more people working from home with company data because of the Wuhan coronavirus, hackers are likely to take advantage of the situation, said cyber security experts. Government officials from the United States and Britain along with others have warned on the cyber security dangers of working remotely…

CFIUS undoes China’s Kunlun Tech’s acquisition of Grindr

CFIUS concerns stems from the fact that the Chinese dating app collects personal information including a person’s location, messages, which could include potential data of the U.S. military or intelligence personnel. According to sources familiar with the matter at hand, a U.S. government national security panel has raised concerns over the ownership of Chinese gaming…

Apple collaborates with Chinese telecoms to counter spam and fake calls

Unable to match tariff for tariff hikes with the United States, China is increasing its scrutiny of business dealings of U.S. entities in the country. On Thursday, China’s News Service stated, Apple Inc is collaborating with Chinese telecom companies in order to bring down the levels of spam it receives through its messaging service. The…