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Dark Reading

Dangers Of Shopping Are Evolving

Dark Reading, November 26, 2014
Computing Security

Weapons to Defeat the Modern-Day Hackers

Computing Security, November 26, 2014
Computer Business Review

Time for Firms to Wise Up to Downstream Data Fraud

Computer Business Review, November 24, 2014
The Paypers

Cyber-Attacks to Accelerate During Holiday Shopping Season

The Paypers, November 21, 2014
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November 27 2014

The Bigger They Come, the Harder They Fall — On the Little Guy

The Impact of Major and Local Breaches on Two Nevada Credit Unions Former Speaker of the House, the late Tip O’Neill, famously said “All politics is local.” In a manner of speaking the same can be said of data breaches. JPMorgan Chase, Home Depot, Target, Neiman Marcus and other high-profile breaches affected tens or hundreds of millions. However, how a local credit union handles the fallout from a major or local breach is what’s really important to that institution’s customers. Using research provided by the…

November 26 2014

What Would Holiday Shopping Be without Cybercrime? Retailers Are Trying to Find Out.

PwC Survey of 758 American Companies Says $4.1 Billion Being Spent This Year to Stop Hackers To date this year, there have been 679 major data breaches, a 25 percent increase over the same time frame a year ago, which is more than enough reason for companies to increase their investments in cybersecurity. As a matter of fact, at the current rate, the PricewaterhouseCoopers survey says spending on security could increase by another $2 billion by 2017. In her article on, Lauren Abdel-Razzaq has…
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