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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

Two New Laws Give DHS Increased Cybersecurity Authority

Two recently enacted laws give the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) increased authority and ability to contain cybersecurity threats and breaches.  Congress passed both the Federal Information Security Modernization Act and the DHS Cybersecurity Authority Act on December 10, 2014. 

Posted in Data Security, Legislation

And You Thought Your Teenager’s Cell Phone Bill Was High…NFL Team’s Texts Cost $3 Million

Fans everywhere like to complain about their team’s picks in the NFL draft. Maybe their team drafted a quarterback instead of a cornerback, or maybe it fell for that highly overrated prospect. Most such complaints stay safely in the realm

Posted in Privacy
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