The dogrobot virus that plagues Chinese internet cafes is being used to hijack online gaming account credentials, which can then be re-sold online.
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Windows system restore targeted by virtual identity thieves
Today Avert Labs has published a new research paper, “Inside the Password-Stealing Business: the Who and How of Identity Theft.” With so many financial transactions occurring online today, stealing passwords to banks and other accounts is an irresistible attraction for cybercriminals.
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Inside the Password-Stealing Business
According to the survey, 79 percent have experienced a data breach involving the loss or theft of credit card information and 60 percent of respondents didn’t think they had sufficient resources to comply with PCI and bring about a necessary level of cardholder security.
Additions to the staff bring years of experience in the destruction, shredding industry.
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Shred Right Adds Two to Staff
Program is part of Maryland’s Smart, Green & Growing initiative.
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Maryland Highway Administration Partners with C&D Company
The ITRC is proud to support the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and Council of Better Business Bureaus joint National Protect Your Identity Week (PYIW) October 17-24, 2009.
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ITRC Fact Sheet 102 – Consumer Risk Test Are the businesses you frequent exposing you to identity theft?
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Fact Sheet 102 – Consumer Risk Test
SC Magazine will host its second annual SC World Congress Conference and Expo in New York City to once again bring together the top minds in the IT security industry. SC World Congress 2009 will take place on October 13-14, 2009 at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers, and will examine topics ranging from data theft and compliance to establishing partnerships between government and the private sector.
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SC World Congress Conference and Expo in New York City
PCworld- Using any of these options on something you carry in your pocket-and might easily lose-may seem inherently insecure. Truth be told, any cell phone option is largely safe from malware, one of the biggest threats to online banking. The variety of mobile operating systems and other factors mean that, for the time being, there’s
Mobile-Phone Banking: Convenient and Safe?
The House Science Research Subcommittee unanimously approved legislation Wednesday intended to address the growing threats from hackers, electronic spies and other cyber-criminals. …
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House subcommittee moves bill to boost cybersecurity