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  • Two-factor authentication with Duo Security

    12.03.2014

    In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Zach Lanier, Senior Security Researcher at Duo Security, talks about two-factor authentication with Duo Security.

  • Protecting data against unwanted surveillance

    11.03.2014

    In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Jason Sabin, VP of Research & Development at DigiCert, discusses how SSL is the most important defense against unwanted surveillance, but it must be properly implemented.

  • Understanding the top 20 Critical Security Controls

    10.03.2014

    In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Wolfgang Kandek, CTO at Qualys, talks about the 20 Critical Security Controls, which outline a practical approach to implementing security technologies by providing proven guidelines for protecting IT environments.

  • Is your browser a user agent, or a double agent?

    10.03.2014

    In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Mike Shema, Director of Engineering at Qualys, discusses how privacy shouldn't be an afterthought in the browser.

  • Egnyte CSO details company security roadmap

    07.03.2014

    In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2014, Kris Lahiri, CSO at Egnyte, talks about his security roadmap, which details the company’s plans to raise the global standard for secure file sharing in the enterprise.




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What can we learn from the top 10 biggest data breaches?

Posted on 21 August 2014.  |  Here's a list of the top 10 biggest data breaches of the last five years. It identifies the cause of each breach as well as the resulting financial and reputation damage suffered by each company.


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