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Lawsuit: Fox News group hacked, surveilled, and stalked ex-host Andrea Tantaros

Lawsuit: After a sexual harassment claim, Fox News planted spyware on ex-host's computer.

Five years later, legal Megaupload data is still trapped on dead...

Man who asked to get back his sports videos never got a court hearing.

Galaxy S8 review: Gorgeous new hardware, same Samsung gimmicks

First flagship since the Note 7 mess doesn't always put its best foot forward.

Tanium exposed hospital’s IT while using its network in sales demos

CEO used client hospital's network in demo "hundreds of times," reports WSJ.

Scammers mine online recruiter for patsies in package reship scheme

One job-seeker applied for real job, got an offer from scammer posing as CEO.

A new manager learns the power of no

You've done it! You got that big tech promotion or landed that first IT management job.

And you've earned it—as a top performer and someone who's solved critical issues, you've gained noticed. Now, you're responsible for a team of employees, and your supervisor expects great things from you and from them.Along with the new role, supervisors and executives come to you with issues and opportunities, which you take on to prove that they made the right choice in hiring you.

Then, after a few weeks or months, you find yourself staying later, coming in earlier, and working weekends simply to stay on top of your workload. You're getting tired, losing focus, and stretching the limits of both you and your team. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

New release of Clarizen work collaboration software boosts executive oversight and...

San Mateo, Calif. – April 13, 2017 – Clarizen, the global leader in collaborative work management software, today announced new, unique features that increase team efficiency, boost collaboration, and accelerate time to value in the newest version of its cloud-based platform.The new features include a reporting tool that makes it quick and easy to create company-branded presentations for meetings with multiple stakeholders, whether executives, partners or customers; a financial planning module to manage and monitor... Source: RealWire

Yahoo+AOL = Oath? LOL OMG WTF

And you though Altaba and Tronc were bad…

IDG Contributor Network: Biometrics can provide better data provenance

Imagine these scenarios:Insiders at a financial institution place transactions using e-execution and then deny involvement when trades lose money. Regulated individuals share secrets and collude to fix pricing via messaging services. Fraud occurs through re-diverted funds within Treasury departments. Funds are embezzled or re-directed for personal gain. Confidential data is accessed for market price fixing, front running or gaining market advantage Executives request staff members to access confidential or highly secure content to create a more simplistic briefing process. Data is accessed and leaked for personal benefit. The common denominator to every one of these scenarios is individuals denying their involvement or abdicating responsibility in a transaction.

These types of acts are happening every day across virtually every industry -- pharma, finance, the public sector -- costing companies incredible amounts of money to investigate and putting operating licenses at risk.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Despite Clean Power Plan rollback, utilities say coal isn’t ascendant

Natural gas, wind are still energy sector’s darlings, according to 600 executives.

Hacking the Business Email Compromise

BEC attacks are on the rise, but plain-old spoofing of business executives' email accounts remains more prevalent.

Why GE is winning the war for tech talent

Hiring enough tech talent to facilitate digital transformations typically tops the list of challenges CIOs face.

They could do worse than follow the blueprint crafted by 125-year-old General Electric.The company has lured top tech executives from Ap...