Smart Cities Face Hacking Threat
By: Ze’eva Kushner
As you sit in traffic, frustrated and wondering why the city or municipality cannot do something to ease congestion, know that a city’s use of internet-connected technology to make your commute better may also invite hackers to …
Cyberrisks to Contractors and Securing Proper Coverage
By: Barry Brownstein
Increasingly sophisticated hackers have targeted personal and business data held by companies like Target Corp., Sony Corp., Equifax Inc. and Yahoo Inc. during the past decade. The construction industry is just as susceptible …
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Data Breach Standing Case
By: Amy C. Bender
The ongoing issue of when a plaintiff has grounds (“standing”) in data breach cases saw another development this week when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to weigh in on the debate.
CareFirst, a BlueCross BlueShield health …
Electronic Medical Records – IT Guides for a New Frontier
By: Michael Eshman
It is clear that electronic medical records and exchanges are the wave of the future in healthcare. For better or worse, the electronic management and maintenance of files and records will transform the healthcare industry.
In December …