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SaaS Apps May Leak Data Even When Encrypted, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  3/26/2010  | 
'Side-channel' leaks could lead to exposure of sensitive information, researchers warn
Ninth State Department Insider Found Guilty Of Illegal Database Access
News  |  3/25/2010  | 
File clerk who snooped passport files of celebrities is latest to be discovered in two-year investigation
CEOs Paying Attention To Security, Study Says
News  |  3/25/2010  | 
CIO is the person most frequently held responsible for data protection, Ponemon survey says
CEOs Paying Attention To Security, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  3/24/2010  | 
CIO is the person most frequently held responsible for data protection, Ponemon survey says
Legislators Propose International Cybercrime Cooperation Laws -- With Teeth
News  |  3/23/2010  | 
Hatch, Gillibrand say foreign countries need 'carrots and sticks' to learn proper cyber behavior
GAO: Uncorrected Flaws In IRS Security Systems Leave Taxpayer Data At Risk
News  |  3/22/2010  | 
Agency remains 'unnecessarily vulnerable' to insider threats, report says
Programmers Indicted In Madoff Securities Scandal
Quick Hits  |  3/22/2010  | 
Developers allegedly designed programs that falsified investment and trading information
Forrester: Managed Security Services Poised To Take Off
Quick Hits  |  3/17/2010  | 
Many enterprises turn to third parties to improve quality of security, report says
Iran Arrests 30 Accused Of U.S.-Backed 'Cyberwar'
News  |  3/15/2010  | 
Twenty-nine Websites hacked to prevent further espionage, government says
Employees Frequently Bypass Security Policy To Do Their Jobs, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  3/15/2010  | 
Twelve percent of workers knowingly violate access rules, Harris poll shows
Small Businesses, Banks Wrestle With Security Issues
Quick Hits  |  3/12/2010  | 
Banks frequently fail to detect online fraud before funds are gone, Ponemon study says
Malware-Serving ISP Taken Down, Researchers Say
News  |  3/11/2010  | 
'Troyak' went dark overnight, cutting off service to many Zeus botnets
Security Pros Say Apps Are Vulnerable -- And Constantly Attacked
Quick Hits  |  3/10/2010  | 
Survey of RSA attendees says enterprise apps are tested hundreds of times a day
RSA Survey: Security Pros Worry That Current Defenses Aren't Enough
Quick Hits  |  3/8/2010  | 
Two-thirds of respondents say network-based security solutions stop fewer than 25 percent of threats
Botnets Serving Project Aurora Likely Built By "Amateurs," Researcher Says
News  |  3/8/2010  | 
Rumors of sophistication in China's botnet attacks were exaggerated, Damballa expert says
Security Salaries, Hiring Grew During Lean 2009
Quick Hits  |  3/5/2010  | 
More than 40 percent of organizations plan to hire three or more security pros this year, study says
At RSA, Some Security Pros Don't Practice What They Preach
News  |  3/4/2010  | 
Study of wireless behavior at major security conference shows risky user activity -- and some real threats
Ponemon Study: Voice Calls May Be At Risk
Quick Hits  |  3/3/2010  | 
83 percent of companies do not train users on the dangers of using cell phones in high risk areas, survey says
New Cisco Architecture Attempts To Redefine Access
News  |  3/2/2010  | 
'Secure Borderless Networks' promises easy, secure access from anywhere at any time


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