Posted on January 20th, 2011 No comments
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Forty-six states have breach-notification laws on the books, but no law is the same, and enforcement is weak. In 2011, as malicious breaches continue and the sophistication of cyberattacks increases…
National Breach Warning System Urged
Privacy concerns voiced by users prompt the company to revise its plan to let Facebook apps access users’ home addresses and mobile phone numbers.
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Facebook Amends Rules For Access To Phone, Address
The world of e-commerce is booming — but on a parallel track, identity theft, loss of privacy and fraud are skyrocketing as well. While the government has a role in combating Internet security abuses, two top administration officials visited Silicon Valley to emphasize that the private sector needs to lead the way in developing innovative IT security solutions.
The accelerated uptake of electronic health records, the widespread use of smartphones and dramatic advances in telemedicine are among the 2010 healthcare trends cited in a new industry report from staffing firm Jackson & Coker. Forecast in 2011? More RAC audits, deeper Medicare and Medicaid cuts and fierce competition for hospitals
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Jackson & Coker highlights 2010 healthcare trends, forecasts 2011
Julie Fergerson, Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Ethoca, is one of the industry’s foremost experts on internet payments fraud. In her role with Ethoca, Fergerson works closely with customers to develop use cases and new product requirements for Ethoca’s advanced collaborative network, which enables merchants and other industry stakeholders to work together as effectively and efficiently as the fraudsters already do.
Eric Handy is an IT Security and Privacy Specialist with more than 15 years of Information Technology consulting experience. He specializes in privacy and information security program implementation and program management oversight.
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Speaker Biography for Eric Handy
Seacoast Radiology in Rochester, New Hampshire, announced last week it had informed over 231,000 patients that their details were accessed after their server was hacked back in November.
Posted on January 19th, 2011 1 comment
Kripke Enterprises Inc. (KEI), a nonferrous metal brokerage firm based in Toledo, Ohio has promoted Eric Phillips to KEI’s marketing staff, the third addition to that staff in the past six years. Phillips was hired in April 2008 to oversee, develop and create management systems for KEI’s Toledo warehouse, including inventory control, quality control, metals analysis and RSI (remelt secondary ingot) blending
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Kripke Enterprises Adds to Trading Staff
Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) has announced that its Columbia, S.C., facility has received OHSAS 18001:2007 certification from NSF International.
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SRS’ South Carolina Facility Receives OHSAS 18001 Certification