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Nuclear lab computers go missing

Nuclear lab computers go missing

Sixty-nine computers are missing or were stolen from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, a nuclear weaponry research institution in New Mexico, according to an internal memo released by a government watchdog.
Feb 13 2009 10:44AM
Los Angeles engineers plead guilty to hacking traffic

Los Angeles engineers plead guilty to hacking traffic

Two Los Angeles traffic engineers have pled guilty to charges that they hacked into the city’s traffic control computer as part of a union dispute over wages.
Nov 12 2008 3:26PM
Los Angeles botmaster pleads guilty

Los Angeles botmaster pleads guilty

A Los Angeles man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges he oversaw a collection of hundreds of thousands of zombie computers that he used to steal personal data and perpetrate identity theft.
Apr 18 2008 9:52AM
Los Alamos breach to cost University of California US$2.8 million

Los Alamos breach to cost University of California US$2.8 million

The University of California system has agreed to pay the US Department of Energy (DOE) a US$2.8 million fine as a result of a security breach at Los Alamos National Laboratory last year.
Dec 20 2007 9:46AM
Los Angeles botmaster faces 60 years in prison, US$1.75 million fine

Los Angeles botmaster faces 60 years in prison, US$1.75 million fine

A California man is facing a maximum of 60 years in prison and a US$1.75 million fine after agreeing to plead guilty to using botnets to steal PC users' personal and financial information.
Nov 13 2007 9:59AM
Los Alamos beefs up security in wake of data breach

Los Alamos beefs up security in wake of data breach

The theft of classified information by a contractor's former employee has forced the Los Alamos National Laboratory to implement a variety of tactical and strategic security policies commonly found in a private enterprise.
May 23 2007 10:09AM
Los Angeles city employees charged with hacking traffic lights

Los Angeles city employees charged with hacking traffic lights

Two Los Angeles municipal traffic engineers were arraigned and charged with hacking city systems to disable traffic lights, all in connection with a labour dispute.
Jan 9 2007 6:32PM
Los Alamos securing communications

Los Alamos securing communications

A team of Los Alamos scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colo., and Albion College, in Albion, Mich., have achieved quantum key distribution (QKD) at telecommunications industry wavelengths in a 50-kilometer (31 mile) optical fiber.
Feb 21 2006 11:04AM
Los Angeles County pilots Litronic secure messaging software

Los Angeles County pilots Litronic secure messaging software

Los Angeles County's Department of Mental Health has begun a pilot program using Litronic's NetSign Privacy Agent secure messaging software suite.
Aug 25 2004 12:36AM

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