- Data breach could affect up to 97K Utahns Updated: Dec-08-13 8:07 pm
- Data breach said to affect some Pa. cardholders Updated: Dec-05-13 7:06 pm
- Defense Department tackles mobile authentication Updated: Dec-01-13 10:13 am
- Techies vs. NSA: Encryption arms race escalates Updated: Nov-29-13 10:45 am
- UGA to erase Social Security data in some records Updated: Nov-27-13 7:31 pm
- Student, worker data at risk at Maricopa colleges Updated: Nov-27-13 5:16 pm
- DSU gets $5 million donation for info tech center Updated: Nov-26-13 8:38 pm
- U. Iowa security measure limits computer access Updated: Nov-26-13 5:04 am
- NY only state still on board with school data plan Updated: Nov-23-13 11:26 am
- UI enhances security to combat phishing scams Updated: Nov-22-13 5:06 am
- NY surveying banks on cyber security Updated: Nov-19-13 3:04 am
- Business Highlights Updated: Nov-18-13 6:32 pm
- Yahoo vows to encrypt all its users' personal data Updated: Nov-18-13 5:46 pm
- NC DHHS mistakenly posts patient info on website Updated: Nov-08-13 6:10 pm
- Law enforcement unfamiliar with DHS nominee Updated: Nov-05-13 3:03 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - State officials say a data breach could affect as many as 97,000 Utahns who receive benefits through the state Department of Workforce Services.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Hackers gained access to the personal information of about 26,000 Pennsylvanians who use debit cards to receive jobless and workers' compensation benefits, the Pennsylvania Treasury Department said Thursday.
WASHINGTON - The Defense Department says it's committed to a future in which service members and civilians can use the latest and greatest mobile technology to get their work done, regardless of the device manufacturer. But it's still struggling mightily with one of the biggest challenges for mobility in the government: identity management.
SAN JOSE, California - Encrypted email, secure instant messaging and other privacy services are booming in the wake of the National Security Agency's recently revealed surveillance programs. But the flood of new computer security services is of variable quality, and much of it, experts say, can bog down computers and isn't likely to keep out spies.
ATHENS, Georgia - The University of Georgia is looking to erase Social Security numbers from millions of computer records in a move aimed at protecting the personal information of employees.
PHOENIX - Private information of millions of current and former students, workers and suppliers at the Maricopa County Community College District was vulnerable to hackers because of security lapses in the district's computer systems that have since been patched, district officials said Wednesday.
MADISON, South Dakota - Two philanthropists have given Dakota State University $5 million for an information technology center that could include a facility to help students pursue careers in cyber security.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - University of Iowa employees will no longer be able to access paychecks or other sensitive documents from home computers under a security measure designed to thwart online scams.
NEW YORK - After months of debate about the risks of storing student data in the cloud, New York is pressing ahead with a plan to create a statewide database for every public school student's grades, tests scores and attendance records - a tech startup proposal that drew interest from several other states that have now reconsidered.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - The University of Iowa is enhancing its security measures after several employees were tricked into an online scam seeking personal information.
ALBANY, New York - New York financial regulators have surveyed more than 200 banks and other financial institutions about their cyber security and will soon expand their analysis to insurers with trillions of dollars of assets.
SAN FRANCISCO - Yahoo is expanding its efforts to protect its users' online activities from prying eyes by encrypting all the communications and other information flowing into the Internet company's data centers around the world.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services says the state inadvertently posted personal information about mental and medical patients on a public website, in some cases for years.
WASHINGTON - When the White House called some of the nation's major law enforcement associations with a heads-up that the president would tap Jeh Johnson to run the Homeland Security Department, the response on the other end of the line was brief: Who?