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Tinder plans to launch voluntary ID verification for its members, in order to create a safer and more authentic community.
Facebook is expanding its encryption option to cover voice chats and video calls instead of just text chats.
TikTok is sponsoring the US Cyber Team to encourage and inspire young people from all backgrounds to pursue a career in cybersecurity.
After announcing support for multiple security keys in March, Twitter now lets you use one as your only two-factor authentication method.
TikTok announced it gained the ISO 27001 certification in the UK and the US, with India, Ireland, and Singapore to follow soon.
Facebook has spent more than $23 million to guarantee Mark Zuckerberg's security in 2020, as revealed by a SEC filing this week.
Twitter has added support for multiple security keys on its app, and will soon letting you link more than one security key to use for 2FA.
Let's be honest, most of your passwords are "shit". In fact, as little as 25 words make a large majority of passwords used worldwide. Scary.
Twitter is making its reply-limiting feature available to all users. It gives you complete control over who can reply to your tweets.
"Zoombombing" is a thing of the past as Zoom released its 5.0 update today, which addresses security and privacy concerns.
Zoom announced it is addressing all privacy and security concerns, fixing outstanding issues, and enacting a 90-day feature freeze to do so.
Instagram announced a new feature that helps people identify phishing emails that are claiming to come from Instagram.
Facebook announced it is restoring the option for users to view their profile from the perspective of someone who they are not connecting to.