Wired Magazine’s Daniela Hernandez explored this subject earlier this month, suggesting that health IT has a lot of catching up to do if the industry hopes to protect its customers’ private information.
Archives: March 2013
Officials from the energy company say that initial results from the Shenandoah-2 “appraisal well” suggest that there could be up to three times more oil in the spot than the firm’s previous estimates of 300 million barrels of oil.
Rep. Chris Collins, one of the legislators involved with the proceedings, cited financial limitations as a major factor in why small businesses may be the target of hackers.
A report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had a stark message for energy companies: Cyber criminals are targeting your industry in greater numbers.
Digital crimes are being increasingly perpetrated by organized groups as opposed to lone hackers, says Europol, the European Union’s chief law enforcement agency.
The rising threat of software theft is forcing information technology companies to devote increasingly larger amounts of resources to security measures, a new report has found.
Sanchez Energy, a Houston-based company with an already significant portfolio of Eagle Ford holdings, is reportedly expanding its ownership of property in that region even further.
Data from the U.S. Census Bureau suggests that more folks are moving to metro areas like Houston, Texas, in order to take advantage of the growing professional opportunities in those regions.
Recent reports from a pair of American manufacturers suggest that new facilities will soon be built within the city limits of Houston, Texas.
Site Selection, a U.S. corporate news publication, announced on March 4 that it had selected Houston, Texas, as the best city in America for business relocation and expansion.