Feb 06, 2009 -A phishing scam involving fake parking tickets and a fake Web site uncovered in Grand Forks, North Dakota, could be the future of malicious activity on the Internet, says an IT security specialist.
Feb 05, 2009 -One of the world's foremost privacy organizations has slammed Google's new Latitude feature that allows people to track each other from their phones or computers as they go about their daily business.
Feb 05, 2009 -Listen in as Security Management's Laura Spadanuta talks with February's authors about how businesses can comply with legal discovery rules, the U.K.’s effort to regulate security guards, biothreat detection strategies, and effective IT security risk assessments.
Feb 05, 2009 -In the enduring controversy over whether surveillance cameras bring security or erode privacy, the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, recently voted to halt the activation of eight security cameras because the public has yet to be told what precisely the cameras will be used for, reports The Boston Globe.
Feb 04, 2009 -Harry Markopolos, an investment expert, repeatedly warned the Securities and Exchange Commission about concerns he had with Bernard Madoff's investments, but the SEC ignored the warnings for a decade, Markopolos told a congressional committee.
Feb 04, 2009 -A bill that would create an appeal and redress process for individuals whose names have wrongly appeared on the government's terrorism watch list overwhelmingly passed the House of Representatives yesterday.