Interlocking security

Friday, 16 June 2006, 12:45 AM EST

If ever a case highlighted the need for a systematic approach to information security, it was the theft from the car of an Ernst & Young auditorís laptop containing the credit card details and addresses of more than a quarter of a million customers of hotels.com in the US. Sure, he should never have left the laptop in his car, but even if he had taken it with him there was always a risk of theft or loss.

At Accountancy Age.

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Critical flaw in WiFi routers puts hotels and millions of guests at risk

A critical vulnerability in ANTlabs InnGate devices, a popular Internet gateway for visitor-based networks and commonly installed in hotels and convention centers, has been discovered. The flaw could allow an attacker to monitor or tamper with traffic to and from any hotel WiFi user's connection.


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