Reading Time: 4 minutes The wait is over and iOS 15 is here. We can accurately highlight all the various features in the new operating system without any speculation. From a cybersecurity viewpoint, let’s look at the new privacy and security upgrades you get in iOS 15. On September 14, 2021, the new OS
Reading Time: 2 minutes Apple issued emergency security updates to close a spyware flaw that was used by an Israeli spyware company, NSO Group, to infect a target’s Apple device. This flaw was discovered by researchers at University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab and it was described as a zero-day zero-click exploit, targeting iMessages. The
Reading Time: 3 minutes In a welcome development to enhance privacy in iOS 15, Apple will ask before it targets you with its ads. This is one of the privacy features that prompted Facebook and Google to give public statements, citing a negative effect on ‘small businesses’. Apple is serious about safeguarding the privacy
Reading Time: 3 minutes Apple yielded to pressure from groups calling for a review of a scheduled, controversial feature that scans user’s devices for Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). Users highlighted that the tool is dangerous in the wrong hands as the privacy of users is compromised. In response, Apple has delayed plans to
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s bad news for perverts as Apple has decided to scan iPhones for child abuse sex images. This means if you have such content on your device, you risk facing wrath of the law as any positive hits are relayed straight to NCMEC (National Center For Missing or Exploited Children).