From hacking U.S. intelligence, to blood test results, to your Facebook account. Here are the security headlines for the week of October 9, 2017:
- A recent study shows that privacy and security is only a concern for 15% of consumers when “performing work-related activities” (as opposed to 75% when visiting a doctor). So many that’s why so many companies are getting hacked?
- Spy vs Spy: Israeli officers watched in real time as agents in Russia searched for American intelligence information.
- Are iPhones conditioning us to fall for a phish? One researcher says so.
- It’s almost Halloween, so let’s call this healthcare data leak a BLOOD HACK. Sure, the title is cheesy, but this scary story is all too real.
- Cyberattacks drink tea with their pinkies out. That means they’re getting more sophisticated.
- Facebook hackers get by with a little help from your friends.