13 posts from April 2011

April 29, 2011

Everyone loves a good wedding and it appears hackers are no different. At InfoSec London, we did a survey of security professionals which found: 38 percent of security professionals have witnessed the nuptials being used...Read More
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April 22, 2011

Last week McAfee and SAIC published their latest report based on a survey of more than 1000 security decision makers in organizations. The survey raised an important distinction regarding the types of compromised data being...Read More
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April 21, 2011

Good article from today's Guardian in the UK about how the iPhone keeps a record of your physical location. (Just in time for our mobile security webinar and Apple's earning's report.) One of the researchers...Read More
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April 20, 2011

As businesses become more reliant on mobile devices, the demand for both employee-facing and customer-facing apps will continue to grow. Who is securing these applications from unauthorized access and attack? As with many technology innovations,...Read More
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April 19, 2011

Today, we released our second survey on PCI. In this survey we set out to gauge just how effective PCI has been in reducing data breaches. The answer was somewhat surprising: PCI is very effective...Read More
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SkyNews gets a rare look into the hacking industry in China. Well worth a read and be sure to watch the video.Read More
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April 14, 2011

A new way to dismantle a botnet: for the first time, US federal prosecutors were able to obtain a court order allowing them to build an alternate C&C server to the Coreflood botnet C&C server....Read More
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April 11, 2011

Last week we were piled high with data breaches resulting from file “insecurity”. This week the number of incidents continues to rise. Recent media headlines report that HP is suing a former employee on the...Read More
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April 08, 2011

One more file-related security breach. According to reports, the personally identifiable information (PII) of 3,000 US Airways pilots was compromised. This included names, addresses, social security numbers, and conceivably passport details. The source of the...Read More
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April 06, 2011

Today we released a survey on file security that we conducted at RSA. This year, we decided to gauge the impact of Wikileaks. We talked to 150 security professionals with some interesting results. Not surprisingly,...Read More
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