Members of a House subcommittee on Thursday heard an essentially unanimous call from a panel of witnesses for a national data-breach notification standard to replace the wide-ranging laws currently on the books in 48 states.
By the end of this year, Russia’s armed forces will get a new service branch responsible for information security.
My last blog argued that the technical reliance on anti-malware must end if we are to meet the challenges of contemporary cyber threats to both consumers and enterprises.
Cloud computing is a hot topic in the IT industry at the moment, with this way of working seeing significant growth at a seemingly accelerating pace.
The phrase “threat landscape” is a cliche of information security discussions but like many cliches it still means something. In our case it usefully describes the actual type and level of threats that businesses face on a daily basis.
The benefits of adopting cloud technologies have been widely reported and are commonly understood. However, cloud brings with it many questions and concerns about jurisdictional and regulatory control over the privacy and protection of sensitive data.
As per title says, the answer is VERY bad and nasty.
This tongue in cheek white paper explores data loss from a contrarian point of view – exploring the top 7 shortcuts you can take to ensure that you lose your data.
Symantec has acquired PasswordBank, a Spain-based startup that provides multifactor authentication, user management and single sign-on services.