When it comes to compliance with regulatory or industry mandates, IT needs to be concerned primarily with two issues: privacy and data integrity. “Concerns about data integrity have been around for years now, but privacy issues have come to light, especially with the passage of the HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinica…
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A few years ago, a laptop containing encrypted information was stolen from the apartment of an employee at Canandaigua National Bank & Trust, creating a potentially large breach of sensitive customer information.
How to Avoid a Data Breach Disaster
No one in America today is immune from identity theft – thieves continue to come up with new ways to steal the information they want.
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Think You’re Immune From Identity Theft? You’re Not!
1. Zero Liability has made consumers feel they have nothing to lose
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12 reasons why we're losing the identity theft battle (and why you should care)
Researchers from a Web and email security vendor warn of a new phishing attack, which tricks users into divulging their and personal information and credit card details by promising fictitious Skype upgrade.
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Skype-Themed Phishing Campaign in Circulation
Some 7,000-plus students are learning that some of their most sensitive personal information was exposed when a school laptop was stolen last month.
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CCNY Student Data Exposed in Laptop Heist
If you think your computer or your identity has never been hacked, you might be in for a surprise after a new Symantec (NSDQ:SYMC) study revealed Wednesday that nearly two thirds of Internet users and almost three quarters of U.S. Web surfers have fallen victim to cybercrime.
Smartphones let you watch NFL games, read books, and check e-mail.
12 Applicants Names, Addresses, Telephone Numbers, Driving History And Criminal Records Posting On The Web
East Lothian Council data loss incident circa 2010-09-09
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