Significant numbers of XP users will not have completed the migration to supported versions of Windows by the time the last update is released on 8th April
PCI DSS turns ten years old this year and worryingly the latest Verizon report suggests that organisations are not only slow in updating
Recently, I received a detailed letter from a credit card company. This flyer looked very different than the brochures that often accompany my statements
One upon a time electronic tracking person [target] was expensive, and difficult to achieve, but with the advancement of technology
According to NetMarketShare, at the end of Feburary, 2014, 30% of all PC users were running Windows XP.
The unfortunate breaches of information security defences during 2013 confirm that IT security professionals will be in demand for a long time to come.
The bottom line is hackers are focused on finding the vulnerabilities that have the most impact and potential.
HID Global has offered four tips for protecting organizations against the types of data breaches that recently occurred at Target and other major retailers.
What should users do about it? Upgrade, of course. But in the event that’s not practical or possible at the moment, then users should be super-mega vigilant
A third of IT security professionals do not keep corporate data in the cloud because of fear of government snooping