At least one Indianapolis law firm already is preparing a lawsuit against Anthem Inc., after hackers stole personal information on as many as 80 million customers. The breach is certain to spur much more litigation.
New details on a cyberattack against JPMorgan Chase add to increasing doubts over the security of consumer data kept by lenders, retailers and others. The breach compromised customer information pertaining to roughly 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
The school says the exposed information includes birthdates, social security numbers and bank account information of about 163,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Companies around Indianapolis—especially small ones without their own IT teams—are still trying to determine how or even if they were affected by the confounding Internet security gap.
Corporate executives, shaken by fears of hackers, are enlisting Rook Security and an explosion of companies like it to monitor and chase cyber criminals across borders and recover stolen intellectual property.
If your privacy settings aren’t carefully controlled, you’re not only potentially exposing yourself, but also your friends.
Evangelical Baptist Missions Inc. says its former IT vendor is holding its website hostage—potentially hampering the safety of people working abroad.
I’m wary of the “send” button. I’ve sent thousands of e-mails, and a fair number of them proved
to be problems later on.