When it comes to protecting financial info, IT security professionals can never rest on their laurels, reports Jean Thilmany.
Banks must encourage customers to use online facilities and to protect existing internet customers from fraud.
A leading provider of personal financial services in the Irish market found help addressing and managing its identity and access challenges.
Identity theft has become a multi-billion dollar issue that continues to accelerate, and protecting against it has become a multi-million dollar business, says Deloitte’s Mark Steinhoff.
The crisis on Wall Street is contributing to the largest rise in email-borne malware since February 2007.
A pair of Princeton University researchers have discovered major vulnerabilities on four highly trafficked websites that could net attackers a big payday.
The movement to create secure software received a boost with the launch of a new certification from (ISC)2, called the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional, designed to validate secure software development practices.
A federal grand jury has failed to return an indictment against the University of Tennessee student accused of hacking into vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s webmail account.
Computers in the United States launched the most cyberattacks in 2008, according to a security firm.
The president’s signature is the only thing standing in the way of a rare event: an IT-security related bill becoming law.
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