Law Firms Are Pressed on Security for Data

Law Firms Are Pressed on Security for Data

In 2011, the Federal Bureau of Investigation met with managing partners of top law firms in New York and other major American cities to discuss the problem of online security, especially for law firms with offices in foreign countries.  F.B.I officials and security...

Boston University paychecks stolen, likely due to phishing

Ten employees of Boston University had their paychecks stolen after cyber criminals got access to their user names and passwords and changed the accounts connected with their direct deposits. Law enforcement officials believe the employees were victims of phishing....

Michaels arts and crafts store suspects cyber crime

Michaels, the country’s largest arts and crafts chain, suspects it might be victim to a cyber crime. The store announced last week that some customers’ credit and bank cards had “possible fraudulent activity.” The Secret Service is investigating. Article Excerpt:...

Security breach at Coca-Cola could make many employees victims

Coca-Cola notified about 74,000 current and former employees, as well as “external third parties,” that their personal information stored on corporate laptops may have been breached after the laptops were stolen. Article Excerpt: Coca-Cola said Friday personal...

Target breached in huge cyber attack

The buzz in the tech world and news publications over the past month has been the massive breach of retail giant Target. Originally thought to have affected 40 million customers, Target recently reported that number is as high as 110 million, according to USA Today....