Fraud Advisory for Consumers Released: Involvement in Criminal Activity Through Work from Home ScamsPosted on October 29th, 2010 No comments
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Fraud Advisory for Consumers Released: Involvement in Criminal Activity Through Work from Home Scams
Posted on October 29th, 2010 No comments
Children’s Health Fund (CHF) is expanding healthcare services in rural areas as part of a $925,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation.
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Walmart Foundation takes EHRs to Baton Rouge
IT and business executives reading PCI DSS Version 2.0—slated to be released Thursday (Oct. 28)—will notice that it focuses on clarifications and additional guidance instead of providing a lot of new requirements.
PCI 2.0 Changes: The Good, The Bad And The Hashing
CampusWatch Financial Literacy and Security Program Helps Colleges Eliminate Key Barriers to Post-Graduation Financial Success
Identity Force is now providing colleges and universities with CampusWatch, a personalized financial literacy and security program designed specifically to help students raise their level of financial success in college and beyond.
Patient information stolen from a courier service, exposing patient insurance information and partial/full SSN
UC Davis Medical Center data loss incident circa 2010-10-16
So if you want to skip the red tape you could sign up for a service that offers this limited information scan for children. Vamosi found 10 products that cover kids, including Identity Force…
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When Do ID Theft Services Make Sense?
Like Facebook before it, MySpace has been accused of privacy violations by sharing user details with third-party advertisers.
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MySpace Accused of 2-for-1 Data Breach, WSJ Reports
Fairwinds Credit Union, RBC data loss incident circa 2010-10-14
Employee steals credit card numbers from bank customers, sentenced to pay $1,071,871.33 in restitution
Citibank data loss incident circa 2010-10-12
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Firefox 3.5 and 3.6 Vulnerability