The formidable mountain of security controls the National Security Agency recommends for the business world isn't practical for most IT departments. But adopting just a few can do your risk profile wonders, a SANS Institute survey shows.
Customer information in the hospitality industry is a growing target for hackers and thieves.
In January, the U.S. government told everyone who works with healthcare providers to beef up their security standards by September or face hefty fines for data breaches.
The American Lawyer's 18th annual survey of law firm technology finds data security has become a top concern for law firm technology chiefs.
Microsoft is working on game technology to bridge the gap between the hearing impaired and those who can hear.
A look into Big Law's presence on Cornell Law School's top Twitter list.
Are autonomous autos worth the investment and risk? Only if they're allowed on the road.
The latest trend in social media seems to be disappearing fast: email and text messages.
One Canadian case could have implications for U.S. companies that claim connections on LinkedIn amassed on the job are proprietary.