Digital forensics students take a rigorous course load that includes criminology, policing, criminal evidence, criminal law, computer science, computer security, digital forensics and geographic information systems.
Jacob Blackett and Sterling White buy rental houses. Through their 6-month-old firm, Holdfolio, the 24-year-olds plan to bundle them and sell investors equity stakes in the portfolio through a Web-based platform.
Angie's List Inc. said Saturday that it is canceling plans for a major expansion to its east-side headquarters "as a result of the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act." The project was expected to create 1,300 jobs by the end of 2019.
Police stations across the country have started offering space for these business exchanges, saying it’s a win-win-win—strangers meet in a safe spot, police help prevent crime, and the danger of doing business on Craigslist decreases.
Marketers today are driven more by data than by gut feelings. Technologists, meanwhile, are getting more involved in marketing, partly to help make their enterprises money instead of just costing money.
Two senior U.S. senators demanded Anthem Inc. pick up the pace in notifying as many as 79 million Americans that their personal information may have been stolen from the health insurer in a computer breach last month.
The blockbuster acquisition by Salesforce.com is still helping Indianapolis attract new investment capital, recruit talent, and burnish its reputation as an emerging tech hub, according to panelists at IBJ's Technology Power Breakfast.