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posted in December 2007

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Security's Biggest Train Wrecks of 2007
News  |  12/27/2007  | 
We've seen a boxcar o' breaches and break-ins this year, but these were the most grisly - and the hardest to take our eyes from
Emerging Threats Could Help Security Pros
Quick Hits  |  12/26/2007  | 
New Website aims to make security data more useful and available
Storm Darkens Christmas, Takes Aim at New Year's
News  |  12/26/2007  | 
Botnet takes a holiday on users' computers
IT Consultant Hacks Former Client
Quick Hits  |  12/26/2007  | 
Angered over business deal, consultant wipes out former client's customer database
Wishing You a Happy, Safe Holiday
Quick Hits  |  12/23/2007  | 
And no grinches in your stockings
Cisco Broadens Threat Picture With New Report
News  |  12/20/2007  | 
First-time annual study offers insights on human, physical aspects of security as well as attacks and vulnerabilities
Amid Confusion, Market for ID Theft Services Grows
News  |  12/19/2007  | 
Baffled by conflicting information, consumers increasingly drawn into web of 'theft prevention' offerings
Data Loss Is Top Concern in Microsoft Poll
Quick Hits  |  12/19/2007  | 
Software giant sees sharp decline in worries about malware
Internet Privacy: No Big Deal?
News  |  12/18/2007  | 
Despite warnings, users continue to post personal information on the Web
Disney, Home Depot Get Poor Privacy Marks
Quick Hits  |  12/18/2007  | 
Ralph Lauren is among the best, public interest group says
Data on 3M UK Drivers 'Lost in Iowa'
News  |  12/17/2007  | 
Misplaced hard drive adds to furor over lost tax data
Breaches Cause Skittish Attitudes Among Holiday Shoppers
News  |  12/14/2007  | 
Many consumers no longer sure of the security of their transactions, study says
Man Uses Toaster to Hack Computer
Quick Hits  |  12/14/2007  | 
And no, we don't mean it the other way around
Spam Reaching Record Volumes, Researchers Say
News  |  12/13/2007  | 
Study says 95% of all email is now spam
Study: Breaches of Personal Data Now Prevalent in Enterprises
News  |  12/12/2007  | 
Eighty-five percent of enterprises have experienced at least one reportable incident in the past 12 months
FTC Charges Payment Processor in Fraud Scam
Quick Hits  |  12/12/2007  | 
Third-party payment services aided Internet scammers in attempting $200M in online fraud, FTC says
Small Businesses Feel Security's Burn
News  |  12/11/2007  | 
Nearly one third of SMBs have experienced system compromise in the past year, study says
End Users Flout Enterprise Security Policies
News  |  12/10/2007  | 
Separate studies show many users understand rules, but they break them anyway
Study: Users Have False Sense of Security
Quick Hits  |  12/10/2007  | 
Over 90% think they're pretty safe on the Internet, but about half of them are at risk, Verizon says
TJX Settles With Banks for $41 Million
News  |  12/4/2007  | 
More than 100 million account records were breached, retail giant reveals
Study Reveals Overlooked Sources of Leaks
News  |  12/3/2007  | 
After you've secured your electronic perimeter, it's time to check the copier and the front door, ISF report says
Tapping Hackers' 'Phones'
Quick Hits  |  12/3/2007  | 
By indexing IRC traffic, startup threatens privacy on hackers' favorite communications network


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