Panic or don't panic?
“If you’re an American, your information probably was exposed," said the researcher who found the breach.
Protect non-computer information. Your paper-based files, bank statements, passport, and credit card statements provide ample
To support their security efforts, you should observe the following: Around this time of year, I'd rather focus on family
As more organizations here in North America and overseas increasingly utilize third party vendors with a global presence to perform critical functions, process key transactions and provide exposure to sensitive proprietary information, those organizations with mature third party risk (TPR) programs are receiving a loud call to provide assistance to those new to the TPR field.
You may remember the commercials from 2006, where the guy awkwardly whispered his password "Big Boy" in crowded places. These
Additionally, with employees using greater amounts of data to watch videos, listen to audio and more using cloud services
Tens of millions of Americans will have their credit-card numbers, hospital records, or digital identities hacked or stolen
Whether we're talking about college kids coming home for a few months or simple relocation, there's nothing relaxing about a move -- or simple. Get it wrong, and you become vulnerable to identity theft and other forms of fraud.
For example, imagine that two decades after the first dot-com bust, the advertising-driven business model for major Internet