Egypt continues to face a growing threat from cyber-attacks with malware detections in Q1 of 2018 reaching 253,995, the second highest figure in the North African region.
The Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) Health Regulation Department has issued a circular banning all medical facilities in the emirate from filming patients during surgery.
Facebook is set to move more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European privacy law, which would allow regulators to fine companies for data breaches.
A Brazil-based security firm has claimed that its futuristic artificial intelligence and camera technology could make Dubai the world’s safest smart city.
Facebook’s latest API changes led to a momentary setback in virtual romance on Wednesday, as Tinder users were trapped in a log-in loop and unable to access their account.
Saudi Arabia has reportedly announced a new law that criminalises the act of spying on your spouse’s mobile phone illegally and has listed this act under cybercrimes, according to Arab News.
If you’ve fallen out of love with Facebook, it’s easy to delete your account. The only question is whether you want to permanently delete Facebook or temporarily disable your account.
Facebook said in a statement that it was trying to determine the accuracy of allegations that a researcher gave Cambridge Analytica inappropriately obtained Facebook user data starting in 2014.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior has reportedly launched a new smartphone app to help protect individual privacy.
Ministry of Finance (MoF) stressed the importance of protecting personal data for financial transactions – in light of the digital revolution and the increasing global trends to protect individuals from the misuse of their personal information or violation of their privacy.