The country’s third largest cable company will pay nearly $600,000 to settle the FCC’s investigation into a data breach. It’s the latest sign that telecoms must get serious or face the penalties.
If we are failing to recruit women, we are failing to recruit people who could contribute to this field and help narrow the staffing gap – which is critical to stopping the onslaught of breaches.
Russia is accused of a state-sponsored doping of its athletes in a new report. Could Russia be banned from the 2016 Olympics?
Her nonprofit group hawkwing Inc. has delivered $9 million in goods and services to the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Jordanian officials haven't commented on the likely motives of the gunman who turned on his trainers at a police facility on Monday. Six people died in the attack, including the Jordanian attacker.
Half of small businesses don’t make it past the first five years, and owners lose everything. The Working World lets co-ops stabilize before repayment begins.
Without swift action, 100 million people could fall into poverty within 15 years because of global warming, a new World Bank report says.
HackerOne, one of the leading bounty firms, is creating a system that will connect computer vulnerability hunters with companies that may not have formal disclosure policies.