The unprecedented uptick in recent data breaches in the commercial and retail sectors has left American consumers feeling a heightened sense of concern.
No organization or government entity can assume that their employees’ personal and business data are protected.
A relatively unregulated and tax-free economic sector is quite a temptation for the money pit that is D.C.
Congress has been slow to act on abusive and excessive litigation.
Emergency calls placed from cellphones – especially from indoor locations – are extremely difficult to track.
Data centers serve as the very backbone of the U.S. economy.
Digital interactions with government remain clunky, inelegant, and slow at best.
The FBI is calling for a new law forcing device makers to give the FBI a master key that unlocks all of our devices.
Identify theft affects a staggering 7 percent of the population annually.
Everyone is aligned in wanting “more, better, faster.”