09/14/2007 - The guide defines important terms used in the security guidelines and then outlines the steps companies should follow to develop and implement an information security program, such as conducting assessments of internal and external threats. It also provides methods of assessing policies and procedures.
09/13/2007 - Corporate Fraud provides a clear window into that world. Author John D. O’Gara was the director of internal audit at a Fortune 500 company and has more than 30 years’ experience in the field. He has written a book that will serve both as a training manual for fraud investigators and a guide for security professionals interested in learning more about this field.
09/11/2007 - There is a growing business case for greater security: A survey of more than 8,000 individuals revealed that consumers are concerned enough about identity fraud that they are willing to pay more for security or change banks.
08/24/2007 - The period from the late 1990s into the early years of the 21st century is likely the best-documented era of corporate scandal in history. In Corporate Crooks, Greg Farrell, an investigative reporter for USA Today, offers a simple primer on the subject.