Prosecutors Alleged Patient Information Used to Seek DrugsIn a rare criminal case involving a HIPAA violation, a former respiratory therapist in Ohio has been convicted of wrongly obtaining individually identifiable protected health information.
Post-Brexit, the UK will still have to abide by European data laws if it doesn't want trade to dry up.
As Britain Exits EU, the Legal Changes Will Be ImmenseBy a margin of 52 percent to 48 percent, British voters have decided to leave the European Union. But as Britain renegotiates its relationship with EU member states, its mass surveillance practices will likely face sharp scrutiny.
According to information gathered by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the most frequent and most serious attacks against agency systems come from nation states.......
Apple has released a firmware update for certain AirPort routers to address a DNS parsing flaw.......
After seeing this smorgasbord of equipment available for helping you to test and troubleshoot your network, the next logical question is, "Which tools should I purchase for my network?" Here are some guidelines:
During a recent investigation of Point of Sale terminals (PoS) in restaurants across the United States, PandaLabs researchers stumbled upon PunkeyPOS, a piece of malware designed to access credit card data.
Negev desert foxes aim to outwit hackers
Tactics successfully deployed by Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery against German Army officer Erwin Rommel in the battle of El Alamein have been applied in a cyber-technology that aims to outfox hackers.
If you're a Google Now power user, you might want to know that Google saves all of your audio searches. You might also want to know how to delete those searches from your account. Jack Wallen shows you how.
SEATTLE (AP) - The Justice Department's refusal to disclose information about a software weakness it exploited during a major child pornography investigation last year is complicating some of its prosecutions arising from the bust.
Malware family packages a large number of exploits that give all-powerful root access.
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I repeat myself, confronting the same issue, therefore I blog...
I recently returned from presenting at this year's International Conference on Cyber Conflict in Tallinn, Estonia. In his presentation to a "Lessons Learned" panel at that conference, Jason Healey of Columbia University argued, "For twenty five years of the seventy five since Pearl Harbour, we have been talking about a [...]
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Something that any user of bitcoins should be very well aware of is that if you lose your private key, you lose access to your bitcoins.
Photo: Joe McKendrick There are now a wealth of tools, technologies and platforms that can help even the most staid, hidebound organizations begin to make the journey to digital enterprise. However, becoming digital isn't just about technology, it's also about changing mindsets and breaking up calcified processes. For that, there isn't [...]
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I think the boffins have got it all wrong! They are going about creating the singularity the wrong way. To make it even worse people, as in science fiction writers, have been telling them all along what needs to be done. Yet they either think they know better or have the wrong prescription glasses on.
From Asimov's stories to Number Five being alive, from Wall.E. to Cylon