Jill Leovy was a reporter and editor for the Los Angeles Times from 1993 to 2017, most recently covering cybersecurity. She is the author of the nonfiction book “Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America.”
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Joe Jackson, the controversial patriarch of one of the most famous singing family acts of all time who used a firm hand to steer the careers of his superstar children, has died.
Data on 1.8 million Chicago voters, including addresses, phone numbers and partial Social Security numbers, were left exposed on a downloadable cloud-storage site operated by an Omaha election-services company until a cybersecurity researcher discovered it, the company said Thursday.
A June cyberattack that snarled shipping terminal operations worldwide — and briefly shut down the Port of Los Angeles’ largest cargo terminal — has cost the Danish shipping giant A.P.
The cyberattack against HBO and its biggest series “Game of Thrones” is the latest reminder that Hollywood remains a vulnerable target for online pillagers.
Local election officials are looking for some good hackers.
Two so-called “dark Web” sites dedicated to illegal drug and arms sales have been seized in an audacious sting operation, and the suspected ringleader has committed suicide, U.S.
Names and phone numbers of millions of Verizon customers were made available on a publicly accessible storage area owned by one of the company’s vendors, according an enterprise security software company that discovered the exposed data.
The largest terminal at the Port of Los Angeles remained closed Thursday as Danish shipping giant A.P.
Salim Neino had been waiting for something like WannaCry.