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Articles by Diane Ritchey
MetLife Stadium, home of the NY Jets and NY Giants and a venue for other sporting and concert events, is cracking down on unruly fan behavior in a big way. Anyone who is ejected from the stadium not only has to pass a code-of-conduct class before being allowed to attend another game, but also write a letter of apology to Danny DeLorenzi.
Heartland Payment Systems, TJX, Epsilon and Sony: what do they have in common? For one, trouble with the data center. Heartland Payment Systems, a payment processor based in Princeton, N.J., was the victim of a major cyber attack in 2008. Criminals installed spying software on the company’s computer network and stole the numbers of as many as 100 million credit and debit cards.
Jeff Berkin rarely makes a business and security decision these days that doesn’t somehow impact, either positively or negatively, the business.That business is CACI International, which provides enterprise IT and network services for the federal government employing 14,600 employees working in more than 120 offices in the U.S. and Europe. Berkin is Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, the first CSO in the company, and he also has an impressive career, first as a trial attorney and then senior executive roles within the FBI.
Every day, random strangers do “good will” at Goodwill Industries of Acadiana, Inc. in Lafayette, La. They drop off unused clothing and other goods that help support programs in their community, such as job training and assessment, supported employment, elderly housing and housing for the disabled.
If you are still somewhat in the dark as to how to move forward with cloud computing, don’t feel so bad. Even high-tech companies are still fumbling their way along with the new cloud business model.