Posts Tagged 'security awareness training'

Protecting from Identity Theft? A good Start

I apologize for delays in new post, business has been well keeping me busy.  2010 I hope to update more regularly.  Until here is an article I wrote for security magazine in 2008.  I hope you enjoy.

Protecting from Identity Theft? A Good Start

by Dave Chronister
April 1, 2008

Technology’s ever-growing importance is a mixed blessing.

On one hand, it keeps me employed, but many times I will find myself talking about “new threats” that aren’t really new, ...

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Walmart Data Breach – By Employees

Almost half of all malicous attacks are done by an internal entity.  Do your employees know how to protect their data?  Don’t guess, get security awareness training from Parameter (End Shameless Plug) 🙂

— Dave

 

Wal-Mart suffers breach in computer data
News
Monday, 20 April 2009 08:22
It has come to light that Wal-Mart has suffered a breach in its staff data ...
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The twits tweeting on Twitter..

So I know this post will be a very unpopular among many of my social marketing friends who feel that tweeter is the best thing since sliced bread.  I will admit while I find most technologies coming out today as fairly useful.  I could not find any useful purpose for twitter in my daily life.  Until Today….

Electronic Survellance

When you are trying to pull off an attack, any attack, the first thing you have to do is gain as much intelligence ...

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Red Flag Delayed

In case you haven’t heard the FTC has delayed the deadline for implementation of the Red Flag Rules.  The deadline has been extended 6 months to May 1st 2009.  

The Red Flag rules require financial institutions and credit based corporations to develop and implement an identity theft prevention program.  

You can read more about the delay on the FTC website here http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2008/10/redflags.shtm

Parameter offers a great Security Awareness Training through our Hacker University.  Check out more information here.  http://www.parametersecurity.com/index.php/hacker-university

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