Anonyome Labs Joins Global Fight Against Stalkerware

Stalkerware is a serious threat to privacy and safety that demands urgent attention.  Stalkerware is software, made available directly to individuals, that enables a remote user to monitor the activities on another user’s device without that user’s consent and without explicit, persistent notification to that user in order to intentionally or unintentionally facilitate intimate partner […]


The 6 Largest Data Breaches of All Time

In July of 2019, Equifax announced they would be paying the largest data breach settlement in history for compromising the personal information of 148 million people in 2017. Riding on the heels of this announcement was Capital One, who reported a massive theft of data of more than 100 million individuals of their own. Although the Capital One assailant […]


Why the Anxiety around Australian Assistance and Access Act?

There has been a growing anxiety around a new piece of legislation working its way through the Australian parliament. The official name is the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018 (TOLA Act). At a high level the act is about giving security agencies in Australia selected access to encrypted communications. It is creating a […]


Upcoming California Privacy Act Triggers National Dialogue

As the number of data breaches continues to rise, so does the number of new cons. One of the newest pieces of legislation to come into effect is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Many of you may have read the headlines about impending CCPA legislation but may not be familiar with what the act actually […]