UnitedHealth to buy home health care provider LHC for $5.4B

UnitedHealth Group, which runs the nation’s largest health insurer, today announced it will buy LCH Group, a provider of home healthcare services, for $5.4 billion. UnitedHealth will combine LHC Group with its Optum Health division, which provides primary and urgent care services and surgical care 100 million consumers. The deal is expected to close in the… Continue reading UnitedHealth to buy home health care provider LHC for $5.4B

Hackers Gaining Power of Subpoena Via Fake “Emergency Data Requests”

There is a terrifying and highly effective “method” that criminal hackers are now using to harvest sensitive customer data from Internet service providers, phone companies and social media firms. It involves compromising email accounts and websites tied to police departments and government agencies, and then sending unauthorized demands for subscriber data while claiming the information… Continue reading Hackers Gaining Power of Subpoena Via Fake “Emergency Data Requests”

How Do We Pick the Safest Cities? Our Rankings Explained

Find out how we rank the safest cities in every state. Learn how property and violent crime rates are calculated for each city and how cities qualify for ranking. The post How Do We Pick the Safest Cities? Our Rankings Explained appeared first on SafeWise.

On browsers and bugs

We’re told that one of the best ways to stay secure is to make sure our computers are patched. But we need to always be aware that at any given time, there are several vulnerabilities probably known and in use by attackers. The good news is that the number of days between when a bug… Continue reading On browsers and bugs

Best Home Security Cameras for 2022

Shopping for a home security camera? SafeWise reviews the top 6, comparing price, image quality, smart features, and more. The post Best Home Security Cameras for 2022 appeared first on SafeWise.

Artificial intelligence tackles the written word

If you go to this page on my blog, you’ll find an introductory post about the use of artificial intelligence in generating written content, marketing messages, and personalized email. It won’t win any Pulitzers, but it’s easy enough to understand. What’s remarkable about this post is that I didn’t write it. Instead, it was created… Continue reading Artificial intelligence tackles the written word