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6 Worst Data Breaches Of 2011
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12/31/2011 | 2:50:38 PM
re: 6 Worst Data Breaches Of 2011
I would also say that this shows the importance of both physical and IT security being viewed together for a more holistic view of enterprise security. In two of these cases the data was stolen by a thief using non-technical means.
Brian Prince, InformationWeek/Dark Reading Comment Moderator
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11/21/2013 | 7:01:22 PM
Don't spot a breach - STOP the breach!
There is plenty of technology out there to stop breaches. Businesses just need to start taking IT Security serious and move on from outdated passwords and look new technologies - such as biometrics! It is scary to imagine that 10,000 Nasdaq directors communicate in a portal that was and probably still is password protected! Any decent hacker or any coworker or family member that can read a yellow sticky note has access to insider trading information! See the difference in this technical presentation. Especially if you work with SAP and security you should take a look: www.realtimenorthamerica.com/download/bioLockSAPSSOArchitectureComparison.pps


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