When it comes to discussions about energy and climate, the focus is nearly always on technology. We wonder whether coal can be cleaned and solar panels made efficient, if there might be a breakthrough in algae biofuels or carbon storage. In short, we think about about hardware. Yet another area of innovation, traditionally unglamorous and overlooked, is experiencing a boom in research attention: human nature.
Yesterday, The New York Times dropped an exclusive account of what reporter Nicole Perlroth called "the biggest hack ever." By the numbers it certainly held up: 1.2 billion accounts, covering 500...
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"The biggest problem, as Forbes's Kashmir Hill and The Wall Street Journal's Danny Yadron have noted, is that Hold Security is already capitalizing on the panic, charging a $120-per-year subscription to anyone who wants to check if their name and password are on the list...."
Bissell's director of marketing Theresa Junkunc knows how difficult managing social media work can be, particularly when multiple roster shops compete for the same assignment. That's one reason why Bissell this month decided to consolidate its creative and media business at a single shop: Olson.
The tiny padlock next to web addresses that promised to protect sensitive information is broken, a team of security researchers has discovered. Experts are examining how best to secure their users’ confidential data.