January 24th 2023by Ron Zayas
Recently, the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Police Department revealed that police personnel files were stolen in a ransomware attack and posted on the dark web. This is not the first such attack…
January 23rd 2023by Ron Zayas
Last week, T-Mobile announced that an unidentified malicious intruder breached its network in late November and stole data on 37 million customers, including addresses, phone numbers and dates of…
January 19th 2023by Ron Zayas
For public servants nationwide, this week brings yet another reminder of how having your home address online can result in danger lurking outside your front door. Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico,…
January 10th 2023by Ron Zayas
The Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act has been signed into law. This is a cause for celebration for judges and their families, as well as privacy advocates who recognize the danger of…
December 29th 2022by Sara Lopes
360Civic today advocated for individuals to play a greater role in their own online privacy. Opting out of data collection as a critical first step in preventing unnecessary information gathering.…
December 14th 2022by Ron Zayas
Every year TIME Magazine selects a few outstanding, innovative products for inclusion on its Best Inventions list – a celebration of innovations that make the world a better, safer place. This year…
December 9th 2022by Ron Zayas
Over the last two years police officers have been retiring early or just flat quitting in droves. The numbers are staggering: New York City – 4,000 officers to leave by the end of 2022 Los Angeles…
November 17th 2022by Ron Zayas
Social workers are entrusted not just with their clients’ health and well being, but also with protecting their clients’ privacy. Those experiencing assistance with child protection and difficult…
November 16th 2022by Ron Zayas
Ten years ago, Social Work Today published an article entitled “Violent Crime and Social Worker Safety.” The article illustrated in sometimes-frightening detail how social workers can experience…
November 16th 2022by Ron Zayas
Not long ago in Washington DC, two federal judges addressed the Judicial Conference Committee on the Budget to request additional funding for security. They petitioned for a 7.2% increase in the…

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