Site Map - Cybersecurity

The Lure of Spearphishing

- Behind the numbers of a typical spearphishing campaign.

Bolstering Security Education

- Many security managers say end-user education is a central part of IT security. More regulations are also requiring that organizations demonstrate that they’re conducting such training.

Breach Insurance Gains Steam

- Companies can mitigate losses from cyberattacks and other data breaches by purchasing cyber insurance, but they should evaluate policies carefully.

Top Ten Responses to Phishing Attacks

- A survey by AWPG examines the top 10 responses to phishing attacks.

Worth a Look: Send 2.0

- E-mail encryption solution, Send, from Send Technology, is both easy to use and free.

Moving Toward Trusted Identities

- In a new initiative designed to reduce online fraud and encourage commerce, the government turns to private industry for help.

Worth a Look: LastPass

- A free software helps make managing multiple password easier and more secure. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Effective Privacy on a Tight Budget

- Privacy initiatives are often seen as a drain on resources, but program managers can change that by emphasizing common goals.

Behind the Numbers

- Forrester Research examines why employees are using unauthorized software at work.

Behind the Numbers: Top Five Risk Priorities of Large Companies

- Securing mobile devices ranks as the top priority of large companies, according to Forrester Research, Inc.  

Baking in Strong Privacy Controls

- Successful privacy programs take a business-oriented, risk-based approach and have C-suite support.

Identity Theft

- The number of identity fraud victims in the United States decreased by 28 percent to 8.1 million last year, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. Still, the cost to victims increased, mainly due to the types of fraud that occurred.


- 28 The percent drop in the number of fraud victims last year, compared to 2009, according to a Javelin Strategy and Research report. Victims fell to about eight  million, down three million from the year before. But out-of-pocket costs for those victimized rose significantly last year, according to Javelin, as criminals are shifting to more damaging, harder-to-detect attacks.

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