WhatsApp Security Breach Targets Human Rights Groups
The Facebook-owned messaging app said the attack had signs of coming from a private company working on surveillance.
Social Media Posts Can Sink Deals
A due diligence investigation firm reveals social media's role in some of its most salacious cases.
WhatsApp Strengthens Privacy Wall for Users
With full end-to-end encryption, the instant message service has firmly aligned itself against law enforcement efforts to access communications.
Facebook’s Posts Better-Than-Expected Q4 Earnings
Advertising revenue in the fourth quarter rose 57%, to $5.64 billion, beating analysts' average expectation of $5.15 billion.
WhatsApp Ditches Annual Subscription Fee
WhatsApp is going to find a different way to monetize its 900 million monthly active users.
Beware of Leaky Apps
Executives of companies developing apps need to know that developers often fall short on security, a Verizon official says.
On the Eve of Disruption
Before an innovative new entrant upends your market and steals your customers, find a way to do it yourself.
Post-Snowden, Security Is No Longer Just a Feature
New communications and messaging products like Telegram have user and data security as their defining quality.