Health inspector fired after private investigator tracks her work day

OMAHA, Neb. —The Douglas County Health Department fired one of its inspectors after hiring a private investigator to track her during her work day. During a three-day period in August 2013, inspector Jacqueline Davenport made stops at restaurants, hardware stores and private homes. Surveillance video puts her at a cellphone store and a gym, as.. read more →

How Scammers Steal Your Tax Return

Your Money Matters Published January 13, 2014 FOXBusiness Everyone knows that not paying your taxes can get you into trouble with Uncle Same. But it turns out, the same is true if you do pay your taxes. In the past three years, tax identity fraud has skyrocketed. According to attorney Steve Poporoff of the Federal.. read more →

Conducting Employee Background Checks Why Do It and What the Law Allows

by Caron_Beesley, Community Moderator Making the right hiring decisions for your company is critical to your business success. But getting it right isn’t easy. We all know the negative consequences of making the wrong hire it can lower your team’s morale, hinder productivity, and even impact customer relations. But did you know that the cost.. read more →

Snapchat CEO: ‘We thought we had done enough’ to prevent hack

Scott Stump TODAY contributor Jan. 3, 2014 at 8:11 AM ET Just days before Snapchat was hacked for the private account information of millions of users, a security company warned that the popular photo messaging app was vulnerable. Nonetheless, Snapchat’s CEO thought the company had adequately prepared for an attempted breach, he said on TODAY.. read more →

NSA reportedly building quantum computer that could crack most encryption types

Published January 03, 2014 The National Security Agency is reportedly racing to build a computer that will be able to break almost every kind of encryption used to protect medical, banking, business and government records around the world. According to documents provided by NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden, a $79.7 million research program titled.. read more →

Cops can use radio waves to bring your car to a halt

By Peter Braun Published December 31, 2013 Digital Trends Finding a safe way to stop fleeing cars has been a difficult problem for law enforcement for a long time. Police have tried everything from spike strips to PIT maneuvers to bring fleeing villains to a halt. Now, however, a British company has a slightly more.. read more →

Hiring a Private Investigator

Must read tips before hiring Private Investigators There are many reasons people hire private detectives including Email tracing & Internet based investigations, Employee theft investigations & counter measures, Fraud investigations or even for online fraud. We would like to share with you ways to get there services for the best price and what to look.. read more →

The sound of secrets: New hacking technique infiltrates by hearing ” or touch

Devin Coldewey NBC News Dec. 19, 2013 at 4:08 PM ET A nearby phone is all it takes to break a powerful encryption technique, according to Israeli researchers. We all know the noises computers make ” the whir of a fan, the whine of a hard drive spinning up, the barely-audible sound of a processor.. read more →

NSA program stopped no terror attacks, says White House panel member

By Michael Isikoff NBC News National Investigative Correspondent A member of the White House review panel on NSA surveillance said he was absolutely surprised when he discovered the agency’s lack of evidence that the bulk collection of telephone call records had thwarted any terrorist attacks It was, ˜Huh, hello? What are we doing here?’ said.. read more →

The Biggest Skimmers of All: Fake ATMs

This blog has spotlighted some incredibly elaborate and minaturized ATM skimmers, fraud devices that thieves attach to ATMs in a bid to steal card data and PINs. But a skimmer discovered in Brazil last month takes this sort of fraud to another level, using a completely fake ATM designed to be stacked directly on top.. read more →