In the face of fraud, enterprise authentication is the key to helping to prevent information security breaches. But how do you deploy solutions that are at once versatile, compliant and cost-effective?
Steve Neville, Director of Identity Products and Solutions at Entrust, discusses:
The top enterprise...
President Barack Obama on Wednesday outlined his historic proposal for changing how the U.S. financial services industry is regulated.
Heralding Obama's announcement, the Treasury department released a comprehensive white paper, "Financial Regulatory Reform: A New Foundation", that now is being presented to...
President Obama on Wednesday spelled out the details of his long-awaited plan for financial services regulatory reform. In an exclusive interview, Christie Sciacca, formerly with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, currently a director with LECG in Washington, D.C., discusses:
The biggest news from Obama's...
From the president on down, the nation has a renewed focus on cybersecurity.
Nadia Short of General Dynamics, a major government/defense contractor, discusses:
The types of cybersecurity positions GD is filling;
Requirements for qualified personnel;v
Potential career paths in cybersecurity.
The financial meltdown last fall and the current global recession are only two of the reasons that the White House this week is expected to announce a regulatory reform package. But exactly how much reform will be proposed?
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has left trail of bread crumbs in the past months in his...
With the Obama administration's focus on cybersecurity, this is a good time to start or move into an information security career. And Regis University in Colorado is one institution offering state-of-the-art education for undergraduates and graduates alike.
In an exclusive interview, Daniel Likarish, faculty of the...
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday made the decision to move from phase 5 to phase 6, making the H1N1 flu virus the first in 41 years.
Also called "swine flu," the influenza virus that killed 12 people in the US and has been reported in all 50 states has also infected nearly 30,000 people in 74...
Texas attorney Richard Coffman was the first to file a class action suit against Heartland Payment Systems (HPY) after its data breach was announced publicly this past January.
In an exclusive interview, Coffman discusses:
The status of legal actions against Heartland;
What's unique about the Heartland case;...
On Thursday, the World Health Organization declared the H1N1 virus to be the first global pandemic in over 40 years.
In an exclusive interview, pandemic expert Regina Phelps explains exactly what this means, discussing:
How organizations should respond to this announcement;
Lessons learned so far from the H1N1...
According to the 2009 Banking Information Security Today survey, banking institutions - despite the economy - are investing in new banking services, i.e. mobile banking and remote capture.
To gain further insight into spending trends, we spoke with Christine Barry, research director with Aite Group, on: