How does an organization apply the right mix of dollars, staff and strategy to the problem of finding attackers who are accessing systems using stolen, valid credentials?
When asked to give one piece of advice about how companies should improve their privacy and data protection programs in 2015, I suggest that we begin to think about privacy and security protections in a new context – that of “Crime and Punishment”.
Maintaining credit and debit card information on behalf of financial services clients demands the highest levels of security and customer confidence, and adhering to standards like PCI DSS plays a crucial role in this.
IT professionals should use the nearly epic scale of the Sony cyber attacks to spur their companies into action versus panicking about potential risks.
At the heart of HIPAA lies a set of core security tenets for which every affected organization is responsible.
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