SUNY Upstate Hospital announced a former employee inappropriately accessed more than 1,200 patient records.
The city council is weighing a measure that would give the panel final say over all surveillance efforts in Hartford.
Guzman has been kept in solitary confinement in Manhattan and taken to court in Brooklyn in a heavily guarded motorcade. The security around him is so intense that U.S. District Judge Brian Cogan, presiding over the case, denied last week a motion by Guzman asking to hug his wife before the trial.
According to a Nordstrom spokesperson, no customer data was involved in the breach. In a statement, the company said it was “investigating an incident where a contract worker improperly handled some Nordstrom employee data.”
The city of Pasadena is prepared to spend up to $1.5 million—a 37 percent increase— for the Jan. 1 event as part of a new Pasadena Police Department plan to increase security in response to unspecified “global threats.”
Officials hope to install 50 security cameras in Vicksburg before the year’s end, with Mayor George Flaggs aiming to get 10 installed before the holiday season fully kicks off.
Brooklyn is looking for more security following violent incidents in shopping centers.
A new cyberspace pact was signed by 51 other countries, 224 companies and 92 non-profits and advocacy groups.
Thermal cameras are becoming increasingly popular for airport protection
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