Thursday, April 25, 2013Lost client data not encrypted: IIROC Device which contained the personal information of some 52,000 brokerage firm customers was password protected but the data itself was not encrypted
Friday, April 12, 2013Insurance regulator loses data of 52,000 people The Investment Industry Regulation Organization of Canada said it will immediately beef up internal security after losing the personal data of brokerage clients
Monday, January 14, 2013Another data loss at Human Resources Canada Two weeks after the department admitted a staffer lost a USB key, it acknowledges that someone lost a portable hard drive with 585,000 personal records
Thursday, November 18, 2010What a DLP-mandated system might look like OPINION At the SC Congress security conference, Ann Cavoukian expounds on her privacy by design concept. How data loss prevention technology could be a critical element
Tuesday, March 23, 2010Cloud security’s seven deadly sins Don’t think you know what’s going on in the cloud just because you’re familiar with words like virtualization and multi-tenancy. Hewlett-Packard and Cloud Security Alliance explain. Have you or your provider committed these sins?
Tuesday, October 13, 2009Snow Leopard bug on data devouring rampage Users of Apples Snow Leopard operating systems are reporting massive data loss when they access a ‘Guest’ account...
Sunday, March 02, 2008Symantec releases new encryption tool Symantec Endpoint Encryption will allow enterprises to provide encryption for desktops, laptops and a variety of removable storage devices
Friday, January 04, 2008U.K. politicians want to criminalize data leaks Tougher criminal penalties for data security breaches are being urged by a committee of MPs as incidents where the government or contractors have lost people's personal data continue to come to light.
Thursday, January 03, 2008U.K. seeks to criminalize data loss The Justice committee calls for new reporting requirements forcing companies to report theft of information and new laws around significant security breaches
Thursday, October 13, 2005WANSyncHA protects databases, servers Real-time data protection is quickly becoming one of the most important aspects of IT. To help keep datacentres and disaster recovery sites in synch, some companies are turning to high-availability products designed to kick in with synchronized replicas should a database or application server go down.
Thursday, January 27, 2000IT managers cite human error as number main source of data loss Computer viruses may be revered as the epitome of corporate data loss but it’s human error that most often causes the problem.