Posted on · Today, it’s Cyberworld 101, as experts help us understand the rise of cyberweapons, cyberconflict, cybersecurity and new technologies.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Why gentrification here is outpacing other Texas cities, how tensions with Iran might affect the oil and gas industry, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news, and how Texas shaped the music of Janis Joplin.
Posted on · Local cyber security expert Eddie Habibi of PAS Global discusses cyber threats to Houston’s oil and gas industry.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: An environmental group finds benzene in the ship channel, HISD is ordered to suspend its superintendent search, a national conference in Houston addresses cyber security issues facing the oil and gas industry, a local apartment locator shares some tricks of his trade, and a local police department plans to purchase gun-mounted cameras.
Posted on · The activity on Facebook and Instagram included organizing counterprotests for a white nationalist rally in Washington
Posted on · The day that Equifax said millions of Americans' personal information had been exposed, lawmakers were considering legislation the industry favored. Now, some are calling for tougher regulation.
Posted on · Rep. Kevin Brady discusses the GOP healthcare plan and his pursuit of tax reform. Plus he updates us on the status of his colleague, Rep. Steve Scalise, who was shot in the June 14 attack on a GOP baseball practice. Also this hour: pet care advice and an update on Houston sports.
Posted on · A Task Force created by Mayor Sylvester Turner is researching how to achieve that goal.
Posted on · Amid ongoing news about Russian hacking, Deloitte report shows corporate board are most concerned about cyber risks.
Posted on · Each year, the nonprofit organization Children at Risk publishes a report ranking public schools in Greater Houston, and across Texas. The organization's goal: to identify which schools are succeeding and which are struggling as a way to encourage parents, teachers, and the community at large to discuss ways to improve public education. The 2017 report […]
Posted on · Ransomware attacks in the UK in Spain close down hospitals and endanger patient records
Posted on · A while back, Houston Matters went on a search to identify Houston’s signature food. Many major cities are known for a particular signature food. Chicago has deep dish pizza, Philadelphia has cheese steaks, and St. Louis has toasted ravioli. And while, yes, we have Tex Mex in Houston and kolaches — and great barbecue and […]
Posted on · “I’ve been in the cyber security arena for more than 15 years. I’m here because I want to make the next generation of tech workers.”
Posted on · The annual Energy Security Council conference kicks off in the Woodlands today. The event will focus on security for the oil, gas, electricity, power, pipeline, transmission and service sectors. Then, on Wednesday, leading cyber security analysts will gather for the Secure World conference in Westchase. There's also the annual Cyber Security for Oil and Gas […]
Posted on · There’s less than a month remaining in the 84th Texas legislative session. Lawmakers have introduced and debated a number of bills. Some are bound for passage and approval by the governor; others may be languishing in a committee, if given consideration at all. On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss the moments — and […]