The hospital that is treating Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., and other victims of the Jan. 8 shooting incident in Tucson, Ariz., deserves accolades not only for its care for the victims, but also for calling attention to an important privacy issue.
Healthcare privacy and security issues rose to the forefront in 2010 thanks, in large part, to the HITECH Act, which led to many new regulations as well as a public list of major health information breaches.
At a time when resources are tight and risks are abundant, many banking institutions are going mobile.
This is one of the findings of the recent Banking Confidence Survey, wherein 41% of respondents say their immediate business objectives include investment in new and enhanced services such as mobile banking. Their...
The crime of deception is now even more deceptive.
Multi-channel fraud - schemes that are launched simultaneously via telephone, Internet, in person and via mail - is a growing concern for financial institutions. And the linked crimes aren't always easy to spot.
In this exclusive interview, security expert Diana...
Insights on the Federal Rescue Plan - an Interview with Guillermo Kopp of TowerGroup
Tuesday's news was mainly about Wall Street, with the U.S. government pledging to invest up to $125 billion in nine of the nation's largest banks.
But Main Street banking institutions and their customers will be the ultimate...