Guide to Infosecurity Europe

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Editor's Pick of Sessions at London Conference I've traveled overseas on business before, but never to Europe, so I'm looking forward to attending my first Infosecurity Europe conference in London....
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DHS Warns of Internet Explorer Exploit

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DHS Warns of Internet Explorer Exploit
Use of Other Browsers Recommended Until Situation Remediated Credit Eligible The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team is urging online users to avoid using Internet Explorer, versions...
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The Three Ds of Incident Response - Protecting Your Company From Insider Threats

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AOL Investigating Data Breach

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AOL Investigating Data Breach
'Significant Number of User Accounts' Affected Credit Eligible AOL is investigating a breach of its network and systems that involved unauthorized access to "a significant number of user accounts." The...
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CBA: Recovering Breach Costs

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Are Lawsuits or Dialogue More Effective? Credit Eligible David Pommerehn In the aftermath of the Target breach , the Consumer Bankers Association surveyed its 58 member banks and determined the...
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White House Policy on Disclosing Cyberflaws

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White House Policy on Disclosing Cyberflaws
After Heartbleed, Daniel Outlines Administration Policy Saying the administration had no advanced knowledge of the OpenSSL vulnerability known as Heartbleed , President Obama's top cybersecurity adviser has outlined circumstances in...
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DHS Says Stop Using Internet Explorer

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Use of Other Browsers Recommended Until Situation Remediated Credit Eligible The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team is urging online users to avoid using Internet Explorer, versions...
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First Data: How to Tackle Cyberthreats

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Building Merchant Awareness a Vital Step Credit Eligible Paul Kleinschnitz ACQ Subscribe Paul Kleinschnitz, general manager of payment processor First Data's cybersecurity solutions team, says there are plenty of technologies...
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Target Hires New CIO

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Bob DeRodes
Bob DeRodes to Lead Company's Post-Breach Security Efforts Credit Eligible Bob DeRodes Target Corp. on April 29 announced the appointment of a new CIO in the wake of the massive...
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New Methods for Assessing and Mitigating Security Risk

Today many organizations take an audit-oriented approach to network security. Businesses often rely on purchasing security products, meeting compliance standards and performing audits in order to gain insight into the...
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Internet Explorer Bug: Steps to Take

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Internet Explorer Bug: Steps to Take
Experts Offer Remediation Tips, Details on Vulnerability Credit Eligible   Faced with a vulnerability that exposes Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browser to a zero-day exploit involved in recent targeted attacks,...
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Security for Smaller Organizations

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Security for Smaller Organizations
Spirent's Buege on Applying Cloud-Based Services April 29, 2014. Credit Eligible Brian Buege ACQ Subscribe Cloud-based "testing-as-a-service" and "security-as-a-service" platforms can make security more accessible to smaller organizations, says Spirent's...
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Understanding Vulnerability Management

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Reducing Cyber-Attack Response Times

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Exploiting Flaws for the National Good

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Vendors: When Exploiting Software Vulnerabilities Makes Sense The fact that the U.S. federal government would, under some circumstances, exploit software vulnerabilities to attack cyber-adversaries didn't perturb IT security providers I...
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U.K. DDoS Attacks Work as Smokescreen

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U.K. DDoS Attacks Work as Smokescreen
Survey: 1 of 3 U.K. Enterprises Hit by Attacks Credit Eligible ACQ Subscribe A new study from Neustar shows DDoS attacks in the United Kingdom are often used as a...
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Some Insider Threats Tough to Mitigate

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Insiders Performing Mundane Tasks Often Make Mistakes Can cybersecurity practitioners afford to be as merciful as Alexander Pope? The 18th century poet wrote, "To err is human; to forgive, divine."...
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Phishing Attacks on Telco Customers Grow

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Phishing Attacks on Telco Customers Grow
New Schemes a Gateway to Account Takeovers Credit Eligible Phishing attacks targeting telecommunication companies' customers, which result in account takeovers, are on the rise, according to the Federal Bureau of...
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Big Data Analytics & Fraud Detection

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The Danger Within: Responding to Unintentional and Intentional Insider Threats

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