Monthly Archives: June 2015

Who’s on First? And Who Stole a Base?

America’s oldest pastime has had a series of tech problems lately, ranging from the humorous to the scandalous. In a recent game, the Philadelphia Phillies could not call the bullpen for a new pitcher because the phone was off the

Posted in Cyberattack, Social Media

Pennsylvania Court Dismisses Data Breach Claims

In 2014, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s computer system was hacked, resulting in the disclosure of sensitive personal information of current and former employees, including names, addresses, birthdates, social security numbers and banking account numbers. Allegedly, the stolen information

Posted in Data Breach, Data Security, Litigation, Privacy
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