Where there’s security, there’s someone looking for a back door.
Chris discusses President Obama’s admission on the optics of playing golf, the Eagles comeback win yesterday, and the controversial email that is forcing the Atlanta Hawks owner to sell. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00, Dean Henry from LaSalle University at 7:20, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00, and Author and Political Analyst George Will at 8:20.
Many Philadelphia shoppers are going back to payment basics to protect themselves.
Before the House headed home, they actually agreed to do something — about threats to cybersecurity.
It’s the destination website for many sports fans and concert goes, but it appears that StubHub was also the destination for hackers.
Facebook manipulated the News Feeds of more than 600 thousand people to see if showing them mostly positive or negative posts affected their emotions.
Cybersecurity concerns are taking a bigger bite out of business budgets, but one expert says it’s a lot cheaper to fend off an attack than it would be to pick up the pieces.
Terrorists are increasingly looking toward our nation’s infrastructure to launch attacks. The government is turning, in part, to Delaware Valley teens to secure the power grid, water and transportation systems in the future.
Cyberattackers have been playing havoc with bank websites. And while lawmakers are concerned, they haven’t been able to agree on what to do about it.
Cyber attacks are potentially the biggest risk to security the country faces, according to Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano.