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Kevin Albright - Product Marketing Manager By now I’m sure you’ve heard about last week’s breach at Heartland Payment Systems. The number of total records compromised has not yet been released, but given California’s SB 1386 we should be hearing ...
Blog Entry by Kevin Albright | 02 Feb 2009 | 0 comments
ZDNet in the UK is reporting an interesting consequence of the spreading global recession. It seems that many British technology companies that have historically contributed to the Police Central E-crime Unit (PCeU) are instead offering staff in lieu ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 26 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
Impressive piece by Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway here . Mr. Conway is clearly one of the more technically savvy law enforcement officers in the U.S.  He is obviously committed to ensuring that the Kentuck criminal code keeps pace with the ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 16 Jan 2009 | 2 comments
Since last we looked in on the governments progress in prosecuting the miscreants that perpetrated the watershed TJX breach, there have been limited develoments. In early November authorities charged one Stephen Watt of New York with conspiracy for ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 13 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
(Security, Encryption Blog, File Share Encryption (File Encryption), Key Management Server (Key Management), Email Encryption, Symantec Endpoint Encryption - Device Control) () Symantec,File Share Encryption (File ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 12 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
Interesting piece in today's Wall Street Journal about President-Elect Obama's decision to appoint a cabinet level cybersecurity chief. The role as described will be one of those cross agency coordination jobs that has almost no staff or ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 08 Dec 2008 | 0 comments
I've believed this for some time, but the author of this post does an unusually good job of describing how cybercrime gangs are now organized. I also really like the parallel's Michael draws between cybercrime gangs and their Mafia ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 01 Dec 2008 | 0 comments
An interesting local story appeared in today's San José Mercury News. An ISP that was working under the brand McColo was shutdown when its two "upstream providers" Hurricane Electric and Global Crossing unplugged their links to McColo. ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 13 Nov 2008 | 0 comments
The Supreme Court announced today that they would hear the first case on identity theft to reach the high court. When I first saw the headline I thought great, now maybe we'll get some focus on this issue. Unfortunately, the case itself is only ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 20 Oct 2008 | 0 comments
As a lifelong resident of California I’d be the first to admit that state politics on the left coast can sometimes be a little peculiar. Last month with the Governor and the Legislature at their traditional impasse over the state budget, the ...
Blog Entry by Doug McLean | 04 Oct 2008 | 0 comments