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- 26 The percentage of U.K. school children who admitted to hacking into another person’s Facebook or e-mail accounts, according to a survey by Tufin Technologies. The reason most often given for the unauthorized access was for “fun and mischief.” Seventy-eight percent of respondents, however, said they felt the hacking was “wrong.”  

Stronger Healthcare Consent

- Better consumer education about the privacy of health data and research on sharing policies could help protect patient information.

Behind the Numbers

- Forrester Research finds out why companies adopt identity and access management solutions.

Quick Bytes

- Executives fear voice interception of employees.

Worth a Look: Facing Password Insecurity

- KeyLemon brings facial recognition software to computer security.

Reining in Data Collection

- As Web companies continue to gather information on consumers for marketing and research purposes, privacy considerations remain a serious concern.

Two Tools to Hold Off Hackers

- Firewall management and network behavior analysis are two applications helping companies secure the network.

Behind the Numbers

- Pharmaceutical fraud dominated spam in the second half of 2009.

Quick Bytes: Security Budgets

- Security budgets will continue to grow in 2010 as spending on new security products recovers, according to a recent Forrester Research report.

Breaches Lead to Employee Training

- Firms grow wiser after a data breach, a new report finds.

The Rewards of PCI Compliance

- Small firms are less likely to be PCI compliant than larger organizations and are at a greater risk of data theft.

Behind the Numbers

- How the recession has hurt corporate IT security budgets.

Quick Bytes

- Online ID theft risk is overestimated. The problem lies more in the real world.

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