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Slaying at US Judge’s Home Raises Concern About Cyberthreats

PHILADELPHIA — In 2005, U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow returned from work to find her husband and mother shot dead in the basement of her Chicago home. Investigators initially focused on a White Supremacist who had put out a hit …

Bausch Yanked Online Prescribing After Dermatologist Backlash

When a new service allowing people to shop online for prescription skin medications launched last month, Anne Marie McNeill had her doubts. The site, Dermatology.com, is backed by drug manufacturer Bausch Health Companies Inc. Before receiving a prescription, a user …

Cyberattack on New Orleans City Computers Called ‘Minimal’

NEW ORLEANS — Officials announced Saturday that no data was held for ransom and that a recovery operation is getting underway after a cyberattack a day earlier triggered a shutdown of city government computers in New Orleans. Chief Information Officer …

Pay For Insurance Continues to Wow the Insurance Industry by Bringing Secure and Affordable Payment Services

Houston, TX, 03/21/2012 – Pay For Insurance is taking the insurance world by storm with an online payment system that is designed to provide insurance agents, companies, and brokers the ease to collect payments with a click of a button. …

Claims Journal Magazine Winter Issue Now Available Online

Get ready to be informed, educated, challenged and entertained because articles from the winter issue of Claims Journal magazine are now available online. P/C claims professionals interesting in reading articles from the premier issue can click here. In this inaugural …

Google Argues Against U.S. Online Piracy Bill

Google Inc warned U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday that proposed legislation to crack down on foreign websites selling pirated U.S. movies, music or other counterfeit goods goes too far and could depress investment. The legislation has pit Internet giants, consumer groups …

U.S. Report Blasts China, Russia for Cybercrime

Cyber-attacks by Chinese and Russian intelligence services, as well corporate hackers in those countries, have swallowed up large amounts of high-tech American research and development data, and that stolen information has helped build their economies, U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded. …

Furor at Sony After Hackers Steal Playstation Online User Data

Sony Corp warned that hackers had stolen names, addresses and possibly credit card details from the 77 million user accounts of its video game online network, in one of the largest Internet security break-ins ever. The Japanese electronic giant pulled …

Oklahoma Spending $30 Million on Online Court System

Oklahoma will spend $30 million to create a unified, online system to manage court cases statewide. The state now has two online systems, with 13 counties using one system and the other 64 using a different system. The new system …