The week's biggest law firm moves and news in the D.C. market.
Familiar with crises involving President Donald Trump, former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chair Mary Jo White is being tapped by Debevoise & Plimpton to be the first person to ring when a Tweet or viral video causes corporate chaos.
Smartphone-based diagnostic tools with an artificial intelligence upgrade could save millions of lives
Engineered cells implanted in diabetic mice produce insulin on-demand
Japanese group pushes closer to the 29 percent efficiency limit
Kid-proof robots are small, cheap, and help turn abstract concepts into interactive lessons
Select customers in Phoenix can now hail rides from the company's robocar fleet, which it is expanding by 500 vehicles
Law firms need to pay attention to both the ACC guidelines and the NYS DFS regulations in order to compete in the current marketplace.
Physicist Lauriston Taylor also found X-rays effective against athlete’s foot and bursitis
Joseph Facciponti and Joseph Moreno discuss the potential for regulatory and civil liability for corporations in the aftermath of a data breach.
Bret Ahnel, executive vice president of @FMGlobal , accepting the Risk Manager Choice Award for No. 1 Carrier in 4 Key Factors at #RIMS2017 https://t.co/yJJiM6PP22
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U.S. Department of Defense backs peripheral nerve stimulation as a tool to improve learning and military skills
An integrated platform for complex simulations and analyses is indispensable in bringing a sophisticated device to market quickly
Pokémon GO—the latest iteration of the immensely popular Pokémon media franchise, best known for producing a series of video games in which players act as "trainers" with the goal of capturing and collecting fantasy creatures called Pokémon—has continued to sweep the nation. Downloaded over 650 mil
A 20-year-old man from the United Kingdom was sentenced to two years in prison today after admitting to operating and selling access to "Titanium Stresser," a simple-to-use service that let paying customers launch crippling online attacks against Web sites and individual Internet users.Adam Mudd of Herfordshire, U.K. admitted to three counts of computer misuse connected with his creating and operating the attack service, also known as a "stresser" or "booter" tool. Services like Titanium Stresser coordinate so-called "distributed denial-of-service" or DDoS attacks that hurl huge barrages of junk data at a site in a bid to make it crash or become otherwise unreachable to legitimate visitors.
Turning a Raspberry Pi into a voice-controlled gadget just got a whole lot easier
The process of buying or selling a home can be extremely stressful and complex, but imagine the stress that would boil up if -- at settlement -- your money was wired to scammers in another country instead of to the settlement firm or escrow company. Here's the story about a phishing email that cost a couple their home and left them scrambling for months to recover hundreds of thousands in cash that went missing.It was late November 2016, and Jon and Dorthy Little were all set to close on a $200,000 home in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Just prior to the closing date on Dec. 2 their realtor sent an email to the Little's and to the law firm handling the closing, asking the settlement firm for instructions on wiring the money to an escrow account.
This robotic foam sprayer can make you most of an igloo in 13.5 hours flat
Discovery could be the answer to the demands for increasing information storage density as device feature sizes decrease
The questions he was asked spoke volumes about Uber’s suppliers, the secret Spider lidar, Google’s early suspicions, and more
Counting the employed requires not only data but insight into the human condition, something bureaucrats tend to lack
Studios invested heavily in magnetic-tape storage for film archiving but now struggle to keep up with the technology
Rechargeable zinc-based batteries could hit the market for electric vehicles by 2019
Without higher-value analyses, big data will overwhelm us
Data security responsibilities are changing discussions in pre-trial conferences and making e-discovery practitioners more cautious with data custodians.
Suspected U.S. #Cyberattack on North Korea Highlights #Cybersecurity Controversy ow.ly/2wyK30baNdL
Regardless of which agency oversees which type of fintech company, data security is of top concern, the report noted.
As companies expand mobile device in-house, many are worried about their ability to limit the exposure of potentially discoverable corporate data.
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