By Sean Lahman Originally published on D&C Each week seems to bring news of another major hacking incident. Yahoo announced within the past month that user data from more than 500 million accounts had been compromised. E-mails and
By Chelsea Diana Originally published on Bizjournals GreyCastle Security, a cybersecurity consultant based in downtown Troy, New York, has been acquired by a government contractor out of Rome, New York. Assured Information Security is acquiring GreyCastle
By: Peter Rasmussen Originally published by The Monitor Last year Javier Chapa helped establish Mucho Mas Media, a film production and distribution company. One of the reasons the Rio Grande Valley native started the new
By Andy Webster Originally published by The New York Times Julio Quintana’s “The Vessel” is a modest, but not maudlin, parable of hope about mustering the strength to vigorously plunge again into life’s uncertainties after
Originally published by The Austin American-Statesman This month, bilingual moviegoers will be able to see the same film in both English and Spanish. Austin filmmakers Marla and Julio Quintana, of Colombian and Cuban descent, respectively,
Originally published by The Houston Chronicle Legislators should use survey findings to fix test protocols at Texas' public schools. Teachers find our current testing culture demoralizing. Not only would scaling back on the testing
By: Melissa Nelson-Gabriel Originally published by Pensacola News Journal Former Navy SEAL Kevin Lacz talks about his new book "The Last Punisher" at his office in Orange Beach on Thursday, July 21, 2016.
By Allie Norton Originally published on 3WEARTV (WEAR) — A former Navy SEAL was honored Sunday at Flora-Bama Lounge for the release of his memoir.Kevin Lacz, formerly with SEAL team THREE, wrote "The Last
BY ALLIE NORTON Originally published on 3WEARTV (WEAR) — Tragedy once again has found itself at Pensacola's backdoor. News traveled fast on Sunday of the senseless shooting of six police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.