Hospitals nationwide can expect to spend an average of $810,000 per security breach, according to a new report.
By CS Staff · February 04, 2014
Rapid growth in intelligent mobile device adoption and cloud computing coupled with a lack of skilled security professionals to monitor and secure networks, have left many organizations vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
By CS Staff · January 20, 2014
The Belleville Education Association (BEA) has asked the Belleville Board of Education to stop making security upgrades at district schools.
By CS Staff · January 12, 2014
The recent data breach at Target stores nationwide has prompted experts to say that similar incidents will get worse before they get better.
By CS Staff · December 25, 2013
Maricopa County Community College District has issued nearly 2.5 million notices informing individuals of a security breach that may have compromised personal information.
By CS Staff · December 11, 2013
UW (University of Washington) Medicine announced last week that early in October, an employee opened an E-mail attachment that contained malicious software (malware). The malware took control of the computer, which had patient data stored on it.
By CS Staff · December 01, 2013
A student at Sachem North High School has been charged with computer trespass, a felony, for allegedly hacking into a district computer and accessing private student records.
By CS Staff · November 25, 2013
In the last decade, mobile computers have become as common in police cars as radios. So where do we go from here?
November 04, 2013
Police have accused a man of stealing two laptops from an administration building of AHMC Healthcare, compromising 729,000 patient files.
By CS Staff · October 22, 2013
Higher education networks are 300% more likely to be infected with malware than their enterprise and government counterparts.
By CS Staff · October 21, 2013