Print Issue: October 01, 2014
It will continue to be a year where companies need to focus on how their employees interact online.
A cyber liability policy covers first-party liability (property and theft) and third-party liability (privacy and data security).
We catch up and learn a bit more about Michael Canavan, senior director, systems engineering, Kaspersky Lab North America.
It’s possible to safely manage the security risks posed by BYOD, says Anders Lofgren at Acronis Access.
Cyberwarfare is so new that the ground rules are still being established. Nazan Osman provides an overview.
New solutions are gaining traction to complement, or replace, the legacy use of username and password, reports Ashley Carman.
Hardware makers and solutions providers seek to find the right formula for protecting devices – and data, reports Alan Earls.
It’s all about what you say and how you say it, says DHS’s Phyllis Schneck. Teri Robinson reports.
Needing more than signature-based remedies, First Financial Bank found a way to close the gap between what exists and what’s possible. Greg Masters reports.
A slide of a card at a POS system sure is convenient, but given last year’s Target data theft and recent headlines about the Home Depot breach, some are questioning the safety of transactions.
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