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Twitter security chief Michael Coates is leaving to launch a startup

Michael Coates is departing to cofound a security startup and will be replaced by Joseph Camilleri, information security and risk senior manager.
Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry

A little known cloud security company just raised $192 million in the first big tech IPO of 2018

Zscaler is trading up 72% in its early hours as a public company
White House Personal Aide to the President John McEntee (L) and White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino leave the White House with U.S. President Donald Trump November 29, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Trump fired his longtime personal assistant reportedly amid a financial-crimes investigation

President Donald Trump's personal assistant, John McEntee, was fired and escorted from the White House on Monday.

Here’s why you should stop using Venmo, and start using Facebook Messenger for paying back your friends

Venmo claims to be the "social media" of money transfer apps, but is it really that great?

This beautiful $300 security camera can recognize faces and keep track of your kids — and it’s backed by some of the biggest names in tech...

The Lighthouse camera combines 3D sensors with artificial intelligence to track your kids and pets, or alert you intruders.
Apple CEO Tim Cook takes a selfie with fans.

Apple fixed a flaw that let people ‘bomb’ your iPhone and cause it to stop working

People had discovered that certain series of Telugu or Bengali characters could cause iOS apps to crash and fall into a reboot loop, making the phone unusuable.
The Munich Security Conference in 2017.

The world’s biggest security conference is happening this weekend — and it’s more important than Davos

The Munich Security Conference is taking place on February 16-18, 2018.
Sec. Scott Pruitt

EPA chief Scott Pruitt says he has to fly first class because a ‘toxic’ political environment puts him in danger

EPA chief Scott Pruitt said that he regularly flies first-class due to unspecified security concerns, a result of a "toxic" political environment.

Private texts show FBI agents thought Tim Cook was a ‘hypocrite’ in the San Bernardino iPhone encryption fight

"And what makes me really angry about that Apple thing? The fact that Tim Cook plays such the privacy advocate," an FBI agent wrote.
The HomePod.

The HomePod lets anyone in your house listen to text messages from your iPhone

Reviews of Apple's new HomePod smart speaker detail a privacy flaw that may deter users.