Set on a hill and surrounded by trees, picturesque Pine Forge Academy has become a target for an ugly cyber crime that police are now investigating.
Rich discussed corruption charges being filed against two Democratic State Representatives, an apology issued by a University of Pennsylvania fraternity, and Jeb Bush’s presidential ambitions.
Hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to customers’ card data, Home Depot said Thursday.
Chris Stigall spoke with La Salle University Professor Dean Henry on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about internet security in the wake of the celebrity hacking scandal that revealed intimate photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and other actresses.
A type of insurance designed to protect companies and consumers alike is gaining popularity, but is it right for you?
The company owns, leases or operates 206 hospitals in 29 states.
FaceCrypt lets you encrypt your passwords by using facial recognition as a failsafe.
AOL says a security breach may have exposed the private information of a “significant number” of its email users’ accounts.
Sands Casino has started notifying customers of its Bethlehem location whose personal information may now be in the hands of computer criminals.
That is substantially more customers than Target had previously said were affected.
The Pennsylvania Treasury Department says JPMorgan Chase told it that hackers gained access to the personal information of about 465,000 cardholders nationwide.
The anti-virus company McAfee says web searches for the ‘Mortal Instruments’ actress — more than any other celeb — are turning up results that might look legit, but instead take you to a page that could deliver a virus to your PC.
Sharyl spoke to Chris Stigall on “The Chris Stigall Show” about what she referred to as “an issue with my computer that’s gone on for quite a long time.”
Is your Facebook password the same as the one for your Twitter account? You could be asking for trouble.
On Monday, hundreds of thousands of people around the world could be knocked off the internet because of a malicious computer virus. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan shows you how to check to see if your computer is infected.