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- What’s the number one threat to corporate security in 2007? While many believe it’s Web viruses, a new survey of European high level IT managers says it’s removable media devices.

IT Security

- The three biggest data security concerns for businesses: outside data harvesting attacks, exposing sensitive information to unauthorized users, and accidental loss of employee data. Read more about the report here.

Military Web Sites Security Leaks Worse Than Soldier Bloggers

- An Army audit found official military websites more prone to security leaks than soldiers' blogs.

Bot Attacks Swarm Universities

- Malicious botnets are attacking European college and university networks, according to SecurityFocus.com.

Privacy Lost: How Technology is Endangering Your Privacy

- This book provides a clear overview of the risks to privacy in the Digital Age, who the perpetrators are, and what we can do about it.

QUICK BYTES - Business PC Risk

- Thirteen percent of corporate PCs have had unauthorized USB devices attached to them, creating the risk for data loss and malware to enter the corporate system.

QUICK BYTES - Data Disaster?

- One-third of IT professionals believe that a major data breach could put their company out of business.

Numbers

- 54 Percentage of identity theft breaches stemming from the theft or loss of a computer or storage medium, such as a USB memorykey, according to a recent Symantec report.

A Site to See

- A one-stop site for testing your PC's speed and security.

Crooks Zero in on Vulnerable Data

- Growth in "zero-day" attacks.

Security and Outsourcing: Negotiate Early

- The need to focus on security during negotiations with outsource contractors.

Haitian Money Laundering

- The fight against money laundering in Haiti.

Text Message Alerts and Tips

- Emerging security applications for text messaging.
 




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