Posts Tagged ‘bankinfosecurity’

BONY Loss Of Backup Tape With Unencrypted PII Is Disappointing…But Not Surprising

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

Late last week I communicated with Linda McGlasson about a story she was putting together for bankinfosecurity that was published today, “Bank of New York Mellon Investigated for Lost Data Tape: 4.5 Million Customers Potentially Exposed.”
It’s a good and interesting article; check it out.
In Linda’s article there was a quote from Bank of New York (BONY) Mellon’s spokesperson Ron Sommer,


Be Prepared For Privacy Breaches!

Friday, December 21st, 2007

This morning I did a podcast interview with bankinfosecurity and they already have it posted!
During the interview I answered and expanded upon five questions and issues:


Information Security Survey for Financials

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

I just learned about a new survey that’s going on, “The State of Information Security Survey 2008.”
Bankinfosecurity is using it to try to get the best picture of how financial institutions are doing when it comes to information security at their institutions.


How To Answer Four Questions Executives Have About Data Leakage

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Last week I had the opportunity to discuss what executives need to know about preventing data leakage with Richard Swart at for a podcast that was posted earlier this week.