Law & Order Article Archive:
Federal investigators reportedly find multiple instances where Infosys used cheap and easy-to-acquire B-1 short-term business visitor visas to get workers into the U.S.
Hewlett-Packard ended its relationship with solution provider The Experts after it reportedly failed to respond to the mental health issues of Aaron Alexis, the shooter in Sept. 16 Washington Navy Yard massacre.
An Internet-connected security camera vendor being charged by the Federal Trade Commission over lax security is a cautionary tale for resellers of physical security wares.
China’s Ministry of Public Security and an independent research center are preparing to investigate IBM Corp., Oracle Corp. and EMC Corp. over national security concerns.
McAfee’s chief technology officer has expressed regret at the security vendor’s widely discredited move to put a value of $1 trillion on annual losses caused by global cybercrime.
Investors have filed a class action lawsuit against Microsoft, saying the company misled investors on the robustness of the sales of Microsoft Surface RT, the struggling Windows tablet. Plaintiffs say Surface is “an unmitigated disaster.”
They say that crime doesn’t pay. But in the technology business, it seems crime pays handsomely … right up until the time someone gets busted. Here’s 14 of the most infamous and expensive criminal acts perpetrated in and around the channel.
Shares of Juniper Networks continue to decline after the firm revealed late last week that its business practices remain under investigation by U.S. authorities.
Reports today reveal Icahn, a major investor, has filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking changes in timing and terms for Dell shareholder voting.
An India court is allowing a petition by creditors to move forward that would compel Zenith Infotech to liquidate its assets to pay back its $85 million in defaulted foreign currency bonds.