The National Safety Council and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced the preliminary Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2019.
Ecuador is investigating a data breach in which the personal data of up to 20 million people was made available online.
A San Diego couple has been charged by the federal government with stealing intellectual property related to pediatric medical treatments from Nationwide Children's Hospital in order to launch a pharmaceutical company in China.
This summer, more than one million Capital One clients had their information breached, furthering the financial sector’s infamous reputation of being the most breached industry with 35 percent of all data breaches.
Chicago police conducted an active shooter drill at Water Tower Place, according to a news report.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed H.R. 1618, the Zachary and Nicholas Burt Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act, which will create a new grant program to install carbon monoxide alarms in the homes of elderly and low-income individuals, as well as schools and other public facilities.
The number of cybersecurity attacks events measured from January through June was twelve times higher when compared with the same period in 2018, an increase largely driven by IoT-related traffic, according to the Attack Landscape H1 2019 by F-Secure.
Students from the University of Nevada – Reno prevailed against 5,026 students from 419 schools across the nation recognized as the top school in the nation during the National Cyber League (NCL) Spring 2019 season.
Several gun reform bills, including three bipartisan proposals, will be heard for the first time in the Ohio Senate Government Oversight committee.
An Internet Society report finds that most organizations do not comply with existing global privacy regulations and are not ready for additional regulations going into effect in 2020.