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1. Zappos.com Hacked: How Data Breaches Affect Us
Zappos.com Hacked: How Data Breaches Affect Us
The latest big ecommerce site to be victim of a cyber attack was Zappos.com by a hacker who accessed a part of the company's internet network through one of its servers in Kentucky, CEO Tony Hsieh said in an email to employees January 15, 2012. The data breach compromised customer account informa...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:09
2. UFC's Security Breach, Hackers Release Personal Information of UFC's President Dana White
UFC's Security Breach, Hackers Release Personal Information of UFC's President Dana White
On Sunday, January 22nd, UFC.com was hacked. UFC.com was rerouted to the site UGnazi.com several times. Dana White, the UFC's president, called the site's organizers terrorists at the "UFC on Fox 2" press conference. The hacking of UFC.com is said to be the result of Dana White and the company's ...
Business & Work - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:18
3. HIPAA Security Rule Requires Strong Authentication in the Healthcare Industry
HIPAA Security Rule Requires Strong Authentication in the Healthcare Industry
Privacy of confidential data starts with the authentication process for accessing protected information. With industries such as healthcare there are government regulations put in place to protect a patient's privacy. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act known as HIPAA for shor...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:22
4. Government Regulations Demand Higher Authentication Security
Government Regulations Demand Higher Authentication Security
As we start to settle into this new decade government regulations are demanding higher forms of authentication security for many industries. Many businesses in the financial, medical and educational industries are not using properly secured solutions for identifying users. Data breaches have beco...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:23
5. Tokenless 2FA: More Secure and Cost Effective than Using Tokens
Tokenless 2FA: More Secure and Cost Effective than Using Tokens
Are you or your organization re-evaluating its use of SecurID tokens following the RSA breach? After the March attack on RSA, where hackers stole information later used in an attack on U.S. defense contractor Lockheed Marin, RSA was forced to offer replacement SecurID keys to all its tens of mill...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:10
6. FFIEC Authentication Guidance Update: The Need for Out-Of-Band Authentication
FFIEC Authentication Guidance Update: The Need for Out-Of-Band Authentication
The Federal Financial Institutions Examinations Council's (FFIEC) guidance for financial institutions, which was first issued in 2005, supports the use of strong authentication processes to protect the identities of customer identities and information during transactions that occurred online. Th...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:45
7. Out of Band Two Factor Authentication...It Can Help in Securing Your Future
Out of Band Two Factor Authentication...It Can Help in Securing Your Future
For decades two-factor authentication has been lurking in the shadows. Most people never even realized they were performing the process of authenticating with two factors to access almost any secure information over the web. Although as 2012 approaches, we are starting to see this technology adop...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:01:59
8. Safer Internet Day: 2 Factor Authentication Can Save You
Safer Internet Day: 2 Factor Authentication Can Save You
Safer Internet Day is a global campaign that promotes a safer and healthier internet for everyone to use. It is organized by Insafe and was co-founded by the European Union and encourages responsible use of the internet, online technologies and online services. Safer Internet Day spreads across E...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:11
9. Relax, We Have Out-of-Band 1 Time Password Data Breach Protection
Relax, We Have Out-of-Band 1 Time Password Data Breach Protection
The holidays are the time for giving while relaxing with family and friends. When everyone was preparing for their holiday on December 24th creatures were stirring while clicking a mouse. During the holiday a data breach of close to a million passwords lead to one embarrassed "intelligence" compa...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:18
10. 2 Factor Authentications Future in Security
2 Factor Authentications Future in Security
For years two-factor authorization continues to be lurking in the shadows. Most people never even understood they were doing the operation of authenticating by using two aspects to access secure information online. Although as 2012 approaches, we are starting to notice this technology adopted by ...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:24
11. Intel Acquires IDesia, A Biometrics Company
Intel Acquires IDesia, A Biometrics Company
The giant corporation that is responsible for the world's leading microprocessor buys out a biometrics company in hopes to compliment it's current position in it's industry. Intel seems to be moving in a new direction, the healthcare industry.
Computers & Electronics - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:10
12. Unauthorized Trades Made By Hackers In Online Brokering Accounts
Unauthorized Trades Made By Hackers In Online Brokering Accounts
In recent news, some clients of online stockbrokers in Australia have had their accounts compromised and they have been advised to change their user passwords. Investigations are currently being conducted by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. The ASIC believe that the hacking a...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:44
13. Something You Have and Something You Know - 2FA
Something You Have and Something You Know - 2FA
Most people never even realize they have used two-factor authentication almost every day of their lives. In actuality everyone has used the process for identifying themselves and continue to use it day in and day out. You may be asking yourself, "How could I have used two-factor authentication ev...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:24
14. Hacked: Last.fm, LinkedIn, And eHarmony
Hacked: Last.fm, LinkedIn, And eHarmony
The economy is down and you may have gotten laid off. Well, lets take a look at where all the years of networking has to offer and see if there are any opportunities. Wait a minute. Whats this? Someone has logged into my account and tampered with information!!! Below is a brief look into very lar...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:22
15. Hackers, Mobile Technology and Social Media Sites and Multi-Factor Authentication
Hackers, Mobile Technology and Social Media Sites and Multi-Factor Authentication
Many organizations are responding to the increased popularity of mobile devices and social media with increases in security staffing. Security professionals are most concerned about targeted attacks, external hackers and insider threats. Mobile computing, social media and internet technologies ma...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:01
16. Dont Give Attackers A Chance by Leveraging Strong Authentication to Combat Data Breaches
Dont Give Attackers A Chance by Leveraging Strong Authentication to Combat Data Breaches
Evolution and adaptation are the topics of discussion when it comes to data breaches, but why is it that we are growing or changing for incidents that have already happened? Is it really easier to react than it is to be proactive in enhancing an organization's security? After a company loses conf...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:10
17. Could A One Time Password Already Be Securing Your Industry?
Could A One Time Password Already Be Securing Your Industry?
Technology affects every aspect of our life, especially our security. Luckily there is always new technology being created to help keep our lives more secure. As our lives become digitized it seems that more and more sensitive information is being added to databases connected to networks or acces...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:48
18. How to Relieve Healthcare Breaches Through Authentication Security
How to Relieve Healthcare Breaches Through Authentication Security
Over 385 healthcare data breaches have been reported since September of 2009 on the HHS.gov website. Reported by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, any breach of over 500 individual's records is required by the HITECH Act to be posted on their website. Although this data alone is astonis...
Business & Work - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:52
19. Strong Authentication Helps Doctors Monitor Patients Through Remote Access
Strong Authentication Helps Doctors Monitor Patients Through Remote Access
Doctors will perform more house calls by computer or by phone as technology advances and as the demand for available doctors grow. This is good news if you are sick, don't need urgent care and you don't want to wait for an appointment just to speak with your doctor. With many doctors overbooked, ...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:18
20. Can an Out-of-Band One-Time Password Secure Information?
Can an Out-of-Band One-Time Password Secure Information?
Usually during the two-factor authentication process a one-time password is used to verify the user's identity. This secures authentication by asking for multiple criteria to be met such as something you know and something you have. Something you know being your traditional username and password ...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:57:23
21. PCI DSS Could Benefit From Out of Band One Time Password Authentication
PCI DSS Could Benefit From Out of Band One Time Password Authentication
The PCI DSS or payment card industry data security standard protects cardholder's identities however does PCI DSS compliance mean your customers confidential data is well protected? Although there is requirement for strong security, technology is changing rapidly and attackers are becoming savvie...
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:01
22. Why You Need Two Factor Authentication Security
Why You Need Two Factor Authentication Security
Major institutions in almost every industry vertical are updating their data storage and record management systems to provide access to information over a network or across the internet. Although security is present it is not always as effective as it seems, even over a secure network.
Internet - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:02:17
23. Amazon Protects Against Fraud with Multi Factor Authentication
Amazon.com has not only become the largest online bookstore, but is also a multinational ecommerce company. The company has been spreading its reach like branches of a river while supplying goods to countries across the world. Amazon.com started off by profiting from being an online book brokerin...
business-and-work - Wed, 14 Mar 2012 18:13:13
24. How Does SOPA Affect You?
As the battle between "good and evil" wages forth bills like SOPA and PIPA along with government regulations seems to be big news. Also on the frontier of data privacy and protection we are seeing hacktivism through malicious attacks exposing confidential information. At the forefront of this mes...
business-and-work - Mon, 22 Jul 2013 22:08:36
25. Do You Have Strong Passwords? Do You Think You're Safe? Think Again.
Although online safety through the use of strong passwords sound like a viable safety measure for most sites and logins, strong passwords are still susceptible to hackers, malware, and phishing attacks. As more and more data breaches are reported, such as the recent incident of VeriSign being hac...
internet - Wed, 23 Jan 2013 21:00:28
26. Blizzard's Diablo III Gets Hacked
Are you worried that you might have been hacked? Does it bother you knowing that all that you have done may have been for absolutely nothing? With all of the sales revenue that has been generated, it would be the smart thing to do for Blizzard to give back to the gaming community to help with sec...
computers-and-electronics - Wed, 19 Dec 2012 23:46:09
27. Verizon Reports Data Breaches Remains At An Increasing Rate While Records Breached Decline
"... 1200 suspects were arrested in 2010...." With the amount of data breaches increasing, one might ask why are the number of records stolen declining?
computers-and-electronics - Tue, 06 Nov 2012 02:15:17

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