FDIC is Adding Digital Rights Management to Arsenal for Data-Centric Security

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On Thursday May 12, 2016, the Congressional Subcommittee on Science, Space and Technology held a special hearing in Room 2318 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  The hearing addressed if Americans can trust their private banking information is secure by relying on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). During the session, lawmakers stated that the FDIC has a long history …

Big Data and Data Analytics Need Data-Centric Security

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Big Data and Data Analytics are changing the way the world uses business information. The amount of data that’s created and stored daily on a global level is almost inconceivable as with each passing hour, the data grows at an amazing pace. Everything from the most trivial details of our personal lives to highly sensitive information at work is now …

You Can Stop Healthcare Data Breaches

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Today, nobody argues that the healthcare industry is a gold mine for the bad guys and theft of protected health information is becoming a regular event. The “Verizon 2015 Protected Health Information Data Breach Report,” indicated that 90 percent of industries in the medical and health care arena have experienced a PHI breach and with all the reports in the …

The Dangers of Smart Printer Devices

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Printers are definitely not what they used to be a decade ago. They have evolved and are becoming more involved in organizations’ networks, as well as an increase in multifaceted functions that have made them vulnerable and threaten the stability of the entire network. Hackers and insiders have made their case by causing internal and external data breaches through these …

When Will Your Data Breach Happen?

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  IT security is a growing threat for businesses of every industry and no organization can be seen as safe. Hackers are learning new methods to attack web sites and networks. Most of the time employees have easy access to company information and are often unaware of how to detect and prevent these breaches because of a lack of training or …