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MIT researchers have developed a new type of tiny, smartphone-readable particle that could tell if a food product is counterfeit.
Ohioans can now report suspicious activity to the state’s Homeland Security agency with a new app that can be downloaded on mobile devices.
Businesses in California, Illinois, Alabama, Mississippi and the District of Columbia face a markedly higher risk of being sued by their employees compared to the national average, according to a study by Hiscox.
If your enterprise is relying on its traditional all-hazards insurance plan to provide adequate cyber coverage, you might be dangerously mistaken.
Two men with false bond certificates worth trillions of euros (dollars) tried to bluff their way into a Vatican bank in a foiled fraud plot.
Optical media, labels/tags, pharmaceuticals and footwear are on the list of the 9 most counterfeited products.
The governments of the United States, Mexico and Guatemala formed a special body to fight drug trafficking and organized crime.
Available On-Demand There has been a groundswell in the demand for meaningful security metrics and reporting. It’s no longer enough to tell the business how many incidents occur; it needs to be articulated how security is contributing to the mitigation of such events and the reduction of associated losses...Read More
Available On-Demand Register for this webinar to learn about the different types of SIEM and Security Analytic solutions, the difference between SIEMs and Security Analytics, and design considerations when implementing your own solutions.Read More