Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Walmart Vendor’s Employees Face F.B.I. Inquiry for Snooping on Retailer’s Internal Emails Advertisement Supported by ByMichael Corkery and Adam Goldman March 8, 2019 The F.B.I. is investigating whether employees of one of Walmart’s technology contractors obtained sensitive information by monitoring email accounts at the retail giant, including those of several executives. The investigation into the employees of Compucom is described in an application for a search warrant filed by the F.B.I. in federal court. It was approved by a federal judge in Fayetteville, Ark. in August. In the court filing, the F.B.I. accused the Compucom employees of sifting through internal Walmart correspondence in search of information that could give the firm an edge over competitors. In at least one … [Read more...] about Walmart Vendor’s Employees Face F.B.I. Inquiry for Snooping on Retailer’s Internal Emails
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caption The new Ford Explorer. source Ford Ford revealed its all-new Explorer SUV in Detroit. The iconic Ford Explorer SUV hasn’t been redesigned since 1991. The sixth-generation Explorer isn’t radically different on the outside from the fifth-generation SUV, but it’s been substantially improved in terms of engineering, capabilities, and technology. The Detroit Auto Show officially kicks off next week, but Ford grabbed the early spotlight by revealing its new Explorer SUV in Motown on Wednesday. Business Insider got a look in New York, where Ford had brought an example of an iconic SUV that’s sold eight million units since 1991. The revamped 2020 Explorer isn’t radically different from the outgoing SUV, but it has been updated in all the ways prospective buyers should expect, given that the previous generation had been around for nine years. The three-row SUV is critical to Ford’s future. US consumers have … [Read more...] about Ford just revealed its all-new Explorer SUV, and it’s the automaker’s most important new vehicle since the redesigned F-150 pickup truck
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Marriott Concedes 5 Million Passport Numbers Lost to Hackers Were Not Encrypted Supported by ByDavid E. Sanger Jan. 4, 2019 WASHINGTON — Marriott International said on Friday that the biggest hacking of personal information in history was not quite as big as first feared, but for the first time conceded that its Starwood hotel unit did not encrypt the passport numbers for roughly five million guests. Those passport numbers were lost in an attack that many outside experts believe was carried out by Chinese intelligence agencies. When the attack was first revealed by Marriott at the end of November, it said that information on upward of 500 million guests may have been stolen, all from the reservations database of Starwood, a major hotel chain Marriot had acquired. But at the time, the company … [Read more...] about Marriott Concedes 5 Million Passport Numbers Lost to Hackers Were Not Encrypted
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit. Supported by Tech We’re Using When news of natural disasters or man-made ones break in the U.S., Julie Bloom taps a variety of tools to communicate with reporters, edit stories and get them published. ByJulie Bloom Jan. 2, 2019 How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Julie Bloom, a deputy editor for national coverage for The Times, discussed the tech she’s using. As a deputy editor on the national desk, you oversee a lot of breaking news. What tech tools do you use to help? Hurricanes. Shootings. Wildfires. Elections and earthquakes. I didn’t think anything could be as crazy as the fall of 2017 in this country, but 2018 came pretty close. I … [Read more...] about Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit.
INTELLIGENCE MATTERS INTERVIEW WITH LISA MONACO CORRESPONDENT: MICHAEL MORELLMICHAEL MORELL:Lisa, welcome. It is great to have you on the show.LISA MONACO:Good to be with you.MICHAEL MORELL:Lisa, many of our listeners are young people who are interested in a career in national security. So I'd love to start by asking you some career questions. LISA MONACO:Sure.MICHAEL MORELL:So college at Harvard?LISA MONACO:Uh-huh (AFFIRM).MICHAEL MORELL: Research associate at various entities including the Senate Judiciary Committee.LISA MONACO:Uh-huh (AFFIRM).MICHAEL MORELL:Law school at the University Chicago. Law clerk for the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. And then you start a career the Justice Department.LISA MONACO:That's right. MICHAEL MORELL:Why public service? You know, why not a high paying job at a law firm? Why did you choose DOJ?LISA MONACO:Well, I think it began really with my time working on the Hill at the Senate Judiciary Committee. For then, the committee was led by then … [Read more...] about Transcript: Lisa Monaco talks with Michael Morell on “Intelligence Matters”