Tag: security

Epsilon e-mail Marketing Breach

By now, you may have heard of the security breach at mass email marketing company Epsilon, where the names and email addresses of thousands, if not millions, of people have been stolen. The current list of companies include: 1-800-Flowers AbeBooks Ameriprise Financial Barclays Bank Best Buy Brookstone Citibank Disney Destinations Hilton Worldwide JP Morgan Chase
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SecureID firm, RSA, has it’s servers hacked

Man, security is getting tougher. When the servers at a well known security firm get hacked, we need to rethink our security protocols and business practices. From Sophos/Naked Security: Hackers have broken into the servers of RSA, the security division of EMC, and stolen information related to the company’s SecurID two-factor authentication products. Read the
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Google Douses Privacy Fire — InformationWeek

Google Douses Privacy Fire — InformationWeek. Recent remarks by Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a CNBC interview have set off a firestorm among privacy advocates: Passing on the opportunity to explain to Bartiromo the difference between trusted friends and multi-billion dollar search advertising companies, Schmidt responded, “I think judgment matters. …If you have something that
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