8 posts categorized "Terry Ray"

July 03, 2014

On June 24th, the FFIEC announced that they not only launched a new webpage on cybersecurity, but are also initiating a pilot program for 500 member community institutions that will focus on how these institutions...Read More
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December 02, 2010

Michael Isikoff, a correspondent at NBC News, published an article on the arrest of a Malaysian man who was arrested by Secret Service agents last month after flying into New York with an encrypted laptop...Read More
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November 19, 2010

Sarbanes-Oxley explicitly recognizes the importance of separation of duty. It's time for the PCI DSS to do the same and recognize that without audit independence, PCI audit integrity provided by Consultant+Product+QSA organizations is questionable, at best.Read More
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April 01, 2010

In August 2009, SANS published their 20 Critical Security Controls, since then it has been revised and is currently at version 2.3. This list of 20 security controls covers common aspects of security including network,...Read More
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March 30, 2010

I was at home the other day thinking about whether I should cook dinner or order out. As with most of those people I know, 'order out' almost always wins, as it did in this...Read More
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February 26, 2010

On a recent visit to Asia I had the opportunity to sit with many of our regional partners to discuss IT security regulations specific to web applications and databases. There was no surprise that PCI...Read More
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February 22, 2010

Ellen Messmer, at Network World, published a short, entertaining article about an unemployed Russian system administrator who hacked into a giant public billboard on a Moscow street, replacing the advertisement with a pornographic movie. …Interior...Read More
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February 04, 2010

Network World's reporter Ellen Messmer published an article today about an Oracle vulnerability identified by David Litchfield for the purpose of refuting Larry Ellison's claim that his database was "unbreakable".David Litchfield, a researcher at NGS...Read More
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