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Content tagged with Compliance posted in April 2012
Trustworthy Internet Movement Builds SSL 'Avengers'
Quick Hits  |  4/30/2012  | 
Industry's top names in SSL development agree to join task force
Microsoft: Conficker Worm Remains 'Ongoing' Threat
News  |  4/25/2012  | 
Three-year-old 'dead' Windows worm infection is still spreading -- mainly via weak or stolen passwords, new Microsoft report says
Compliance Policy Development Do's And Don'ts
News  |  4/23/2012  | 
Policies are the keystone to good GRC, but many organizations don't write them well
You Need Help, Not An Accomplice
Commentary  |  4/20/2012  | 
Compliance is about being better and not just proving you are right
Your Compliance Is Decaying Every Day
Commentary  |  4/16/2012  | 
As soon as you train your colleagues about compliance, noncompliance is back in charge
Be Ready To Clean Up That Mess
Commentary  |  4/11/2012  | 
Compliant systems do more than prevent problems -- they help solve problems that happen
Are Today's Risk Management Frameworks Antiquated?
News  |  4/10/2012  | 
Five ways ISACA is updating its compliance framework, COBIT, to keep up with business and risk demands
Big Mac Botnet Mostly Made Up Of U.S. Machines
Quick Hits  |  4/6/2012  | 
Major 'wake-up call' for Mac users as Apple OS X Java flaw exploit spreads
Phishers Use Web Analytics To Gauge Success
Quick Hits  |  4/5/2012  | 
Attacker targeting South American bank gathered statistics on what worked and what didn't in major phishing campaign, RSA says
How To Prevent Data Leaks From Happening To Your Organization
News  |  4/5/2012  | 
Data can find its way out through accidents or malice. Here are some tips for keeping your essential information from walking out the door.


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