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Weak infosec controls at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) put sensitive data such as payroll and financial transactions at risk, according to a recent report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Arbor Networks is spearheading an information-sharing alliance between telecommunications giants that aims to thwart denial-of-service and other cyberattacks.
Government agencies, financial services companies, data aggregators, and other firms must do a better job combatting identity theft, according to an IT industry group.
The Federal Reserve Board has issued guidance that calls on financial institutions to notify customers of security breaches involving their sensitive data.
Public companies spent an average of $4.36 million to comply with Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a 39 percent increase from the $3.14 million they expected to spend, according to a recent survey.
Microsoft is putting the finishes touches to its new update program, set to replace Windows Update Service.
A Californian has pleaded guilty to hacking into Government computers and defacing websites. Robert Lyttle, 21, of Pleasant Hill, admitted five counts of computer violation earlier this month.
Fans of hit Broadway musical Spamalot could end up getting lots of spam after a security glitch exposed names and email addresses of 31,000 visitors to the show’s website.
The appeal of desperate housewives and the success of the eponymous TV series appears not to have passed spammers by.
The FBI has arrested two teenagers in connection with a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against a New Jersey sporting goods firm.
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