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Verizon Breach Report 2013: What does it mean for your organization?

Cross posted from http://www.securit360.com/blog where I am a regular author. Each year Verizon releases their Breach Report; it is sort of a state of the union with regard to last year’s breaches.  It is worthy research to help determine the industry trends that could help steer the budgets and focus of IT departments.  This year’s ... Read More
 

The Switch to Chip & Pin: Will it change anything?

Cross posted from http://www.securit360.com/blog where I am a regular author. Chip & PIN, the future of credit cards Late next year the U.S. will finally catch upto the rest of the world when it comes to credit card transactions.  Customers will no longer be signing credit card receipts, instead they will enter a PIN, similar ... Read More
 

Password gets the boot, 123456 reigns supreme

Cross posted from http://www.securit360.com/blog where I am a regular author. 2013 crowned a new champion of the #1 password based on passwords collected from data breaches.  The top password for 2012 was ‘password,’ but 2013 announces that ‘123456,’ reigns supreme. SplashData, a security firm, releases their findings each year of the top passwords discovered from ... Read More
 

Target Data Breach Timeline

Cross posted from http://www.securit360.com/blog where I am a regular author. Updated: Originally posted by the WSJ, and sourced here from Business Insider, Target had warning last spring about a new emerging threat against POS systems.  Internal analysts requested additional scrutiny. Updated: According to an article posted on Krebsonsecurity “the initial intrusion into its systems was traced ... Read More