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Items Tagged with 'security breach'
Nearly 70 percent of critical infrastructure companies surveyed by Unisys and the Ponemon Institute suffered a security breach in the last year. According to the report, “Despite staggering statistics around the number of security breaches within these sectors, results showed that they gap between security concern and preparedness is overwhelming.”
Credit and debit card fraud tops Americans' security concerns in 2014, against a recent backdrop of major retail and banking security breaches, according to the 2014 Unisys Security Index.
U.S. securities regulators unveiled a road map for ensuring that Wall Street firms are prepared to detect and prevent cyber security attacks.
An intruder stole a vendor's credentials that were used to access Target's system and cause its massive security breach last year.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor intends to introduce new legislation to make HealthCare.gov more secure.
In 2014, McAfee Labs expects that Ransomware will proliferate on mobile devices, attacks using advanced evasion techniques will come of age, and social platforms will be used more aggressively to target the finances and personal information of consumers, and the intellectual property and trade secrets of business leaders.
Shoppers who used credit cards or debit cards at Target between November 27 and December 15, 2013 may have been hacked.
Kroll's annual Cyber Security Forecast highlights seven trends identified by Kroll and suggests that a changing tide in cyber standards, both social and legal, will require organizations to take stronger actions and safeguards to protect against reputational, financial and legal risks in 2014.
Vermont confirmed that a security breach of the state’s health-care exchange Web site gave at least one user access to another resident’s Social Security number.
Americans Worry about Data Breaches but Disagree About Private Companies to Notify about Cyber Attacks
According to research by Unisys Corporation , a majority of Americans are concerned about data breaches involving large organizations, but are evenly mixed on whether legislation should require private businesses to share cyber attack information with the government.