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  • PCI compliance contributes to false sense of security

    31.07.2014

    Despite industry data to the contrary, a new Tripwire retail cybersecurity survey indicates that organizations that rely on PCI compliance as the core of their information security program were twice as confident that they could detect rogue applications, such as those used to exfiltrate data.

  • 6 best practices to assure PCI compliance

    30.07.2014

    With recent PCI DSS compliance incidents costing companies millions of pounds in fines and losses and inflicting damage to valuable brand reputations, Netwrix is urging organizations processing payment cards to follow six best practices to safeguard against a security incident.

  • The unlocked backdoor to healthcare data

    27.06.2014

    The majority of healthcare vendors lack minimum security, which is illuminated by the fact that more than 58% scoring in the D grade range for their culture of security.

  • Is your data already out there?

    11.06.2014

    CIOs cannot underestimate the creativity of online organized criminals to quietly penetrate their IT systems through a growing area of vulnerability: employees and vendors, according to 360 Advanced.

  • Retail breaches and the SQL injection threat

    10.06.2014

    Continuous monitoring of database networks is the best approach to avoid breaches such as the high-profile attacks against major U.S.




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Successful strategies to avoid frequent password changes

Posted on 19 August 2014.  |  After a widespread, nonspecific data breach, the conventional wisdom is that people should change all their passwords. But, theres a better way.


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