Data about more than 120 million people has been compromised in more than 1,100 separate branches of organizations handling protected health data since 2009, according to the Department of Health and Human Services data. 2015... read more
The SEC has ratcheted up its punishment of individuals, more than doubling the typical fine over the past decade amid pressure to prove the agency is tough on Wall Street. The SEC has levied more... read more...
Government investigators now believe that a previous theft from he Office of Personnel Management computer systems compromised sensitive personal information of over 20 million people from both in and outside of the government. Government data... read more
Cities across america have seen a surge of vaping and e-cigarette stores in the past few years. This surge of interest in vaping has created a lucrative niche market for small business owners. Within the... read more
A company that sells software allowing governments to hack into computers has itself been hacked. Hacking Team, the Surveillance Tech Firm, Gets Hacked This is a great example of breach/release of data due to hacking ... read more
The U.S Department of Labor (DOL) issued a proposed rule to modify the “white collar exemptions” provided by the Fair Labor Standards Act. The DOL estimates that, if implemented, the proposed rule would extend overtime... read more
A flaw in several Chrysler models lets hackers remotely control them, posing an unprecedented danger for American drivers. Hackers can cut the brakes, shut down the engine, drive it off the road, or make all... read more
Harley Davidson is recalling more than 185,000 motorcycles nationwide because of loose saddle bags that increase the chance of a crash. The recall includes fifteen models from 2014-2015. 07.24.15 WBAL – Harley-Davidson recalls 185,000 motorcycles... read more