Posts Tagged ‘cyberfraud’

New FTC Report Provides Organizations Good Guidance For Protecting PII

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Today the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a report, “Combating Identity Theft: Implementing a Coordinated Plan.”


Insider Threat Example: Engineer Leaks U.S. Military Secrets

Friday, May 11th, 2007

There has been a lot of talk and blogging recently about whether or not there is a need for an information security industry/profession. Um sure, and there is no need for the physical security industry/profession either, is there?
As long as humans touch information in any way, electronically or physically, information security will be needed to provide them with policies, procedures, standards, guidance, training, ongoing awareness, and responding to and fixing the security messes and privacy breaches they cause.


SMBs, Identity Theft & Insider Threat: Bad SMB Security Impacts Organizations of All Sizes

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

There are many articles written about the insider threat, several have been done, and often the focus is on large organizations where those employees with malicious intent are often either in positions of trust way down in the org chart, or the perpetrator is the person at the helm of the organization.