Organizations taking longer to detect breaches: report

The retail industry reported 15 per cent more data breaches in 2012 compared to the previous year but what could be more alarming is that it is taking longer for organizations to detect

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RIM patents anti-spy cam technology

You might say it’s in line with Research in Motion’s long tradition of shipping smartphones without any cameras. Just weeks before the RIM’s highly anticipated release of the BlackBerry 10, the United States

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U.K. mulls prison sentences for data misuse

The maximum penalty for data misuse is set to become two years' imprisonment, if new government plans come into effect.The plan, which is now open to consultation, marks a toughening of the government's

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: October 20th, 2009 Leo King

10 dumbest mistakes network managers make

When you look at the worst corporate security breaches, it's clear that network managers keep making the same mistakes over and over again, and that many of these mistakes are easy to avoid.

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Bell probes data theft of 3.4 million client records

The arrest of a Montreal man charged with the theft of personal information on 3.4 million Bell Canada customers across Quebec and Ontario has the carrier investigating the scope of the security breach.

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: February 13th, 2008 Shane Schick

MP3s in the office: Sounds of silence

Banning MP3 players from the office is the wrong way to deal with the threat of inside data theft. As I was typing this very sentence, my MP3 was rocking out to the

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: August 17th, 2006 Jim Ducharme

More hard time for Brit cybercriminals

The British government has proposed sharply increasing penalties for computer crimes that are taking a financial toll on U.K. businesses. The Police and Justice Bill would amend the Computer Misuse Act of 1990,

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: February 28th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

UK bill raises penalties for cybercriminals

The British government has proposed sharply increasing penalties for computer crimes that are taking a financial toll on U.K. businesses. The Police and Justice Bill would amend the Computer Misuse Act of 1990,

Share on LinkedIn Share with Google+ Comment on this article Published on: January 29th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk