Here it is:
Played around with it, and it was very robust while showing San Francisco, but slowed down considerably when I tried Los Angeles. Could it be that SF maps are cached server-side as SF is the default location displayed at the developer’s site? Or could have been a one-time fluke after all…
The 2012 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report is out. I’d love a clarification though; what percentage of “outsider” attacks involved social engineering (including spear phishing)?
Verizon security report:
Hacktivism up, insider threats down
By InfoWorld Tech Watch
Created 2012-03-22 03:00AM
Over 855 data breaches resulting in the compromise of more than 174 million records around the world provided rich source material for the 2012 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, a highly respected analysis that includes data from the U.S. Secret Service, four other investigative agencies, and the telecom giant’s own vast trove of information.
Private Equity’s Foreclosures for Rentals Net 8%
By Edward Robinson – Mar 13, 2012
Bloomberg Markets Magazine
Ken Major climbs the steps of a county courthouse in a San Francisco suburb with $500,000 in cashier’s checks in one hand and a list of addresses in the other. Major is a buyer for Waypoint Real Estate Group LLC, an Oakland-based investment firm that’s scooping up foreclosed homes in California.
On this December afternoon, he joins a dozen house flippers as an auctioneer starts hawking the latest batch of defaulted properties to hit the market. Major bids on a three-bedroom house in Antioch, and after other buyers counter, he wins at $147,600.