Nov 24, 2020

New LADOT Program Puts Survivors, Communities at Risk

Community organizations can be one of the strongest vehicles for positive Read More

Sep 30, 2020

Llenar el censo es el primer paso hacia una mejor política pública

En años recientes, el antagonismo hacia los inmigrantes indocumentados y la Read More

Aug 27, 2020

Local governments continue to be the biggest target for ransomware attacks

Barracuda Networks’ analysis of ransomware attacks over the past 12 Read More

Aug 25, 2020

Lafayette says criminals might have had access to some personal information during ransomware attack

LAFAYETTE, Colo. – The city of Lafayette said Monday it had discovered some Read More

Aug 10, 2020

Rider surveillance poses threat to LGBTQ privacy

June has come and gone, and the absence of most Pride parades, parties Read More

Jul 28, 2020

Local transportation agencies are tracking e-bikes and e-scooters: They aren’t Big Brother

A trip to the grocery store, a long bike ride through a park, a stroll through our neighborhoods. These are the precious trips we have all come to look forward to during the recent stay-at-home orders. These moments – like our pre-pandemic trips to work, school and restaurants – paint an intimate portrait of our daily lives. Read More

Jul 22, 2020

Disabled Delawareans’ Personal Data Ends Up in Student Project

A recent Delaware Department of Health and Social Services data breach Read More

Jul 16, 2020

Polk County Tax Collector data breach exposes 450K driver’s license numbers

LAKELAND, Fla. (WFLA) – Polk County Tax Collector Joe Tedder says his office Read More

Jul 10, 2020

Texas Appellate Courts Almost Back Online After Ransomware Attack

After two months and two days of dealing with a disabling ransomware attack Read More

Jul 9, 2020

Ransomware hackers demanded $390,000 to release Knoxville data

The cybercriminals who attacked and hampered the city of Knoxville’s Read More