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May 25, 2012
The PCI Council will continue to issue recommendations for mobile payment security, according to Bob Russo, general manager of the PCI SSC.
January 12, 2009
The Telegraph reports that Central Lancashire Primary Care Trust has lost a data stick containing sensitive personal information about 6,360 prisoners. In what seems like a prime candidate for ...
January 03, 2008
New types of technologies that emerged in 2007 addressed data leakage at the endpoint and helped reduce the problem of data simply walking out the door.
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The recent news that TrueCrypt is insecure and has been retired has left many enterprises struggling to decide which encryption technologies to trust. Expert Michael Cobb offers other enterprise encryption options. Continue Reading
SANS WhatWorks The SANS Institute's WhatWorks program identifies three critical areas of concern for security managers. Continue Reading
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Organizations are trying to find a balance between convenience and security as they implement mobile device encryption to protect data. Continue Reading
Given the high number of health care data breaches that are attributed to lost or stolen mobile devices, encryption at the hardware level is arguably the most fundamental way to secure data. Continue Reading
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Encryption is a necessary technology to keep today's enterprises secure, so it makes sense that companies would want to encrypt as much as possible. But are there products available to encrypt CDs, DVDs and SD cards? IAM expert David Griffeth weighs in. Continue Reading
This tip explains the pros and cons of hardware-based laptop disk encryption and offers an overview of products on the market today. Continue Reading
Could BitLocker be the answer to your encryption prayers? Serdar Yegulalp explains how you can encrypt your Windows Vista system using BitLocker Drive Encryption in one of these four ways: transparent, USB key, combined or user authentication. Continue Reading