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Content tagged with Compliance posted in October 2012
ZeroAccess Botnet Surges
Quick Hits  |  10/30/2012  | 
2.2 million infected with fraudulent ad-click botnet's malware, new report finds
Five Habits Of Companies That Catch Insiders
News  |  10/22/2012  | 
A survey of 40 companies that have successfully dealt with insider threats shows that the solution is less technology and more psychology
Zero-Day Attacks Long-Lived, Presage Mass Exploitation
News  |  10/18/2012  | 
Zero-day attacks escape detection for an average of 10 months; once they go public, attacks multiply dramatically, researchers find
Microsoft Hands Off Nitol Botnet Sinkhole Operation To Chinese CERT
Quick Hits  |  10/2/2012  | 
Notorious 3322.org domain operator has agreed to cooperate with Microsoft and Chinese Computer Emergency Response Team to block malicious traffic, malware, in the domain
Leaked Account Notification May Be Worth The Warning
News  |  10/2/2012  | 
PwnedList provides companies and consumers with warnings of any account names that have been leaked to the public. Such services can help firms find out when an account could be in jeopardy, but coverage remains spotty
Compliance: The Boring Adult At The Security Party
Commentary  |  10/1/2012  | 
Compliance and security are not the same thing


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