If you are not from the San Francisco Bay Area, you may not know that hackers gained access to the website operated by The Bay
Hackers discovered that by changing a string of numbers at the end of the Citi Account Online URL, they could break into any account and steal names, account numbers, and email addresses. How could this happen, and is your company in the same situation?
Apparently, the information taken during an attack on the RSA SecurID servers has been used to break in to one or more military contractors. How did this happen and what can you do to protect your organization?
The most secure encryption system in the world might not have prevented the Sony and Epsilon data thefts. Encryption is totally useless if an attacker can get to the data as an authorized user. Separation of duties is paramount when it comes to protecting data from disclosure.
School and law enforcement officials in dozens of states worked together to develop and publish guidelines for putting together a Crisis Response Box—and every company should have one for first responders to an incident at your organization.
Toner and ink cartridges over 16 ounces are banned on passenger flights. Is this the best way to prevent a terrorist attack?
A recent story in the San Jose Mercury News states that a growing deluge of millions of counterfeit chips is posing peril to the military
… was caused by a malware-loaded USB Flash Drive. Plugging the cigarette-lighter-sized flash drive into an American military laptop at a base in the Middle