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October 21, 2014:

Why You Shouldn’t Count On General Liability To Cover Cyber Risk

Travelers Insurance’s legal spat with P.F. Chang’s over who’ll pay breach costs will likely illustrate why enterprises shouldn’t think of their general liability policies as backstops for cyber risk. As the legal troubles for P.F. Chang’s restaurant chain kept piling up over the breach discovered this summer affecting 33 of its locations, its legal team […]
October 20, 2014:

Analyzing the High-Tech Crime Trends 2014 Report

Group-IB published the annual HIGH-TECH CRIME TRENDS 2014 Report, a document focused on high-tech crimes associated with traditional computer crime. Group-IB, a leading company in cybercrime prevention and investigations, has issued its annual report titled “GROUP-IB REPORT: HIGH-TECH CRIME TRENDS 2014″ which cover the second half of 2013 and the first half of 2014. The report is one of […]
October 17, 2014:

Mastering Security Analytics

Fast data analysis can stymie attacks and strengthen enterprise security. Does your team have the data smarts? Today’s enterprise security tools have developed an ability to detect a plethora of anomalies and “events” that indicate an attack is underway. For most companies, the problem is interpreting all of that security data to identify sophisticated threats […]
October 16, 2014:

The human OS: Overdue for a social engineering patch

It sounds like the operating system that really needs some serious security patches is the human one. While technology giants like Microsoft, Google and Apple regularly crank out updates, patches and fixes for zero-day vulnerabilities and other threats, the weakest link in the security chain – the careless or clueless employee – remains the weakest. […]

 

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