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Content tagged with Compliance posted in December 2010
Happy Holidays From Dark Reading
Quick Hits  |  12/23/2010  | 
Dark Reading staff takes brief hiatus; rebooting on Jan. 3
Password Diversity Urged In Wake Of Gawker Attack
News  |  12/17/2010  | 
One of biggest threats is reuse of hacked credentials on other websites
Compliance Means Getting A Handle On Insider Threats
News  |  12/16/2010  | 
When the auditors come, they'll be looking at your internal controls as well as your external defenses. Will you be ready?
Tech Insight: Two-Factor Authentication Alone Isn't Enough
News  |  12/10/2010  | 
Protecting online banking customers entails a more holistic approach by banks that includes risk-based authentication, browser protection, and fraud monitoring
Holiday Rush Leaves Smartphones At Risk
Quick Hits  |  12/9/2010  | 
Symantec study finds smartphone users planning to use their mobile devices for work, personal purposes during the holidays
Google Ready To Test Chrome OS
News  |  12/9/2010  | 
Program participants will receive a Google-commissioned netbook, designated Cr-48, with Chrome OS installed
Endpoints More At Risk Than Ever, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  12/8/2010  | 
Threat of malware, application vulnerabilities continues to increase, Ponemon finds
Lost Laptops Cost Companies Billions, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  12/3/2010  | 
Cost of data exposure dwarfs the cost of lost equipment, according to Intel/Ponemon report


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