You know the drill; you've seen it a thousand times. Whenever a company-wide initiative hits the planning stages, committees are formed, meetings are held and every component of the new strategy is discussed to death. Information governance committees are no different but IG attorney Linda Sharp says its time to turn that approach on its head.
The top news stories for April 1, 2015.
The quality of password strength meters vary greatly, with many found to be simplistic and poorly designed
With a worldwide operation, complicated supply chains and retail outfits on top of manufacturing responsibilities, getting product to the buyer is not as easy as Adidas makes it seem. But using a data mining and loss prevention program powered by Oracle MICROS XBRi, the company has harnessed its point-of-sale data to cut down on preventable losses and build a leaner business.
The top news stories for March 26, 2015.
Oakland has 33 LPRs spread throughout the city and the data set Ars Technica obtained contains more than 4.6 million reads of over 1.1 million unique plates between December 23, 2010 and May 31, 2014--the largest set publically obtained in the U.S.
Despite raging security concerns--rightly or wrongly--with keeping sensitive data in the cloud, the 2015 Vormetric Insider Threat Report (ITR) finds 60 percent of U.S. IT decision makers store it there anyway. 46 percent say that behavior is a top risk for data breaches.
The top news stories for March 24, 2015.
A minor change to the Secure Boot portion of UEFI in Windows 10 could make it harder for enthusiasts to install Linux or alternative operating systems.
Cisco has shipped equipment to addresses that are unrelated to customers as part of the company's efforts to make it difficult for the NSA to intercept shipments of its computer equipment.