Ukraine takes the occasion of a counter-terrorist officials meeting at the UN to outline its experience of Russian hybrid warfare, especially information operations and the use of nominally irregular and thus deniable forces on the ground.
ProtonMail says that the distributed denial-of-service attacks it has sustained continue, and that users may experience periodic outages.
Sentiment against entanglement with Huawei continues to run through Australian opinion. Fears there, as in the US and elsewhere, center on the company's alleged closeness with Chinese intelligence and security services. There may be other concerns as well: South Korean media note reports by CVE Details that Huawei devices may suffer from an uncomfortably large number of security issues.
Huawei has defenders. A US wireless telecom provider based in Kansas, United TelCom, says that it would have to suspend service if a proposed FCC ban on the Chinese company's devices were to proceed.
The US Administration takes aim at another Chinese company. China Mobile has been denied a Section 214 license on security grounds.
Typeform, whose widely used app delivers online quizzes businesses use to make their sites stickier, has disclosed that it discovered a data breach last week, compromising names, email addresses, and other information entered by quiz-takers.
Adidas continues to investigate customer data exposure. It's not alone: Fortnum & Mason has sustained a breach, and a third-party recruiting service used by Whitbread may have lost applicants' data.
US Federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies are picking over Facebook's long response to Congress on data abuse.