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Think PCI is not beneficial? Think again

In the wake of massive data breaches of payment card information in the past few years, the topic of PCI compliance and its adoption has been top of mind in any organization …

Increased illicit behavior on Internet pharmacies

Of the nearly 7,000 sites reviewed by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, only 4% of those online sites appear to be in compliance with pharmacy laws and practice …

Increased collaboration on cybercrime syndicate crackdowns

As 2010 comes to a close, information security companies are trying to predict the amount of problems we’ll have to deal with next year. Below is a list of 5 security …

Growing mobile workforce will increase security complexity

IT security administrators anticipate a significant increase in the number of users connecting to their network in the next year, with 54% citing specific growth in the number …

Most businesses vulnerable to cache poisoning attacks

While DNSSEC adoption percentages appear to have increased dramatically by 340 percent this year, the actual number of zones that have been signed is very small: .02 percent, …

The golden hour of phishing attacks

Trusteer conducted research into the attack potency and time-to-infection of email phishing attacks. One of their findings was that 50 per cent of phishing victims’ …

The impact of online shopping on corporate networks

With 88 percent of retailers offering aggressive online discounts on Cyber Monday, over 70 million Americans were expected to shop online from work. A survey from Ipswitch …

Organizations still fail to control USB devices

A survey has found that USB Flash drive ownership has exploded with 100% of the 229 respondents having at least one such device and more than 21% owning as many as 10 or more. …

Tougher regulations to help safeguard sensitive data

UK consumers want tougher regulations for organizations that lose customer data. In a poll of 5000 consumers conducted by OnePoll, four out of five respondents felt that …

Most employees will steal company secrets if fired

Insider threats are mainly comprised of normal, mainstream employees. Most strikingly, the Imperva survey found that 70% of respondents had clear plans to take something with …

Corporate laptops unprotected against theft or data loss

Over half of UK public and private sector organizations are at risk of data breaches, losses and leaks from portable PCs and devices, according to Check Point. A total of 52% …

You can do everything right and still be a security attack victim

More organizations now rate information security an upper level priority compared to two years ago, according to a study by CompTIA. But that good news is offset by bad news. …

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