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Protegrity snaps up OmniSecure

Data security management firm Protegrity has announced the acquisition of OmniSecure, a privately held data security company based in Santa Clara, Calif. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Best enterprise security solution

Winner: McAfee for McAfee Total Protection for Endpoint

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The Month: New PCI DSS version 1.1 unveiled

The global top-five card-payment companies have issued new worldwide Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards, and have formed a council to encourage their adoption. American Express, JCB, MasterCard Worldwide, Visa International and Discover Financial Services have unveiled the new PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) version 1.1.

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PCI council to take over secure application standard

The body charged with managing and promoting the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) announced today it will soon administer another set of merchant guidelines involving secure payment systems.

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Kevin Prince has joined Perimeter Internetworking as chief security officer. Prince will help formulate the managed network security firm's strategic and product development plans and oversee its strategic relationships. Prince previously founded Red Cliff Solutions and he currently trains federal examiners on security topics such as firewalls, intrusion detection and...

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Companies unclear on credit-card security requirements

More than half of the IT professionals in a recent survey said their companies do not fully understand the requirements mandated by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.

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Laptop with personal info of 55,000 GE workers stolen

A laptop containing the names and Social Security numbers of about 50,000 General Electric (GE) employees was stolen from a locked hotel room earlier this month.

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Encryption is better equipped than tokenization to secure data in the cloud.

Encryption is better equipped than tokenization to secure data in the cloud.

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Best web application security

Winner: F5 Networks for BIG-IP Application Security Manager (ASM)

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Mandatory breach notification to be N.Y. law

As of Friday, New York state companies no longer have a choice of notifying customers of an identity breach.

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Visa upgrades PCI merchant classifications

The security experts at Visa announced that the company is changing the criteria for merchants required to comply with Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.

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Customer data stolen at Indian call centres

Employees in outsourced call centres are stealing sensitive customer data and selling it on the black market, an investigation has found.

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Hackers attack MoneyGram International server, breach personal info of 80,000 customers

A MoneyGram International server has been breached, allowing cybercrooks access to the personal information of nearly 80,000 people.

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Data of 650,000 customers of JCPenney, retailers at risk

The personally identifiable information of about 650,000 customers of JCPenney and other retailers is at risk after a data tape went missing from storage vendor Iron Mountain.

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ABN Amro suffers p2p data breach

A former employee of Citis ABN Amro Mortgage group leaked the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of more than 5,000 customers via a peer-to-peer (p2p) file-sharing network.

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Visa PCI deadline looms for tier-one merchants

Merchants seem dedicated to reaching Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance, but a number of significant hurdles will prevent all level-one merchants from reaching Sundays Visa-imposed deadline, PCI experts said today.

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Personal info of 26,000 Agriculture Department employees compromised

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced this week that the identities of about 26,000 employees and contractors may have been compromised by the illegal hijacking of the agency's computer systems earlier this month.

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Here are the latest happenings in IT securitys boardrooms.

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How visa made a safer internet

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is making online payments safer for everyone. Marcia Savage talks to Visa’s risk guru

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Personal info on six million Chileans posted

A hacker has exposed the personal information of about six million Chilean people.

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