This is the last thing you'd want during the holiday season.
I lost my purse at a local movie theater recently, and within a couple hours realized my loss. Nervously, I rushed to the customer service department, all the while hoping to get my grey tote bag handed safely from underneath the counter.
It's a never-ending battle -- the list of naughty and downright evil security threats that challenge financial institutions and security professionals.
From organized crime to SQL injection, here are the experts' choices of eight major security threats to watch in 2010.
OK, it's Tuesday before Thanksgiving, and we're all starting to think ahead to a long holiday weekend and then the quick windup to the Christmas/New Year's break. Hate to say it, but 2010 is all but here.
If there's one thing I've learned about information security professionals, it's that they come in multiple flavors.
Yet, increasingly today, you want people who can run security like a business, feel comfortable in maintaining a seat at the table and are willing to work with changing governance
Looking for summer reading?
Just finished a new book, "Late Edition," by one of my favorite writers, Bob Greene. This is a touching, often funny memoir of Greene's days as a newspaper rookie in Columbus, Ohio in the 1960s.
The fraud fight is getting nastier by the minute, say experts familiar with the new schemes - and some old ones with new wrinkles -- being perpetrated by criminals against financial institutions and their customers. Here are 13 of the most prevalent ruses.
Federal regulators on Friday began informing the 19 largest financial institutions on how they performed in stress tests they underwent over the past month to appraise their financial fitness. Initially, regulators provided the banks with details on how the assessments were made, and privately revealed preliminary...