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BYOD: Beware of Your Own Device—and the People Who Carry Them

by ID Experts

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Mobile devices allow you to do amazing things: play Candy Crush Saga in a boring meeting, download your alma mater’s fight song, get the calorie count of the Costco-sized pizza you bought. … Continue Reading

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How To Stop Criminal Hackers In Their Tracks

by Robert Siciliano

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Do you offer free WiFi? Put these three safeguards in place to protect your customers and your business.

On a recent trip from Boston to New York on an Acela Express train, I was writing blogs and doing some research using Amtrak’s free wireless Internet. … Continue Reading

Ways small businesses are preventing Breaches

by Robert Siciliano

DataTheft

How did that huge recent data breach of a major retailer occur in the first place? Well, valuables can’t be stolen if there aren’t any valuables to begin with. Large merchants will store customers’ credit/debit card data to facilitate faster transactions. But small retailers keep minimal or zero data—this will not attract thieves. … Continue Reading

A Work At Home Opportunity That’s Not So Golden

by Federal Trade Commission

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Looking to make some extra cash? So are scammers. Listen to this one about a telemarketing resale scam targeting Spanish-speakers nationwide. … Continue Reading

11 Data Security Tips to Immunize Your Health Care Organization

by ID Experts

MedicalData

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2013 is the Year of the Snake. I predict that 2013 will be the Year of the Data Breach, at least in healthcare. According to the newly released Third Annual Benchmark Study on Patient Privacy & Data Security by Ponemon Institute, 94 percent of healthcare organizations surveyed suffered data breaches. … Continue Reading

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JP Morgan Chase Customers Need to be Watching their Bank and Credit Card Statements

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