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How the social engineering threat has evolved and grown

Social engineering techniques have become increasingly sophisticated as more personal and corporate data is shared on the Internet, and traditional training techniques may not be enough to keep enterprises safe.

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What a chief privacy officer can do for your organization

What exactly is a chief privacy officer, and what can one do to help your organization? Expert Mike O. Villegas explains how a CPO could help improve security.

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Prevent smartphone gyroscope eavesdropping

Smartphones with gyroscopes can be exploited to serve as an eavesdropping tool. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to mitigate smartphone gyroscope risk.

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How effective is mobile phone remote wiping?

Remote wipe is the option most people think of when looking to erase data on mobile phones, but it isn't always the most effective. Expert Nick Lewis explores how to fully remove data from a device.

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    Many organizations deploy security information and event management systems without the proper planning and therefore can't reap the proper rewards. Expert Kevin Beaver offers tips for a successful implementation.

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    Six non-PCI controls for credit card data protection

    Securing credit card data -- both online and at brick-and-mortar stores -- requires security measures beyond those mandated by PCI DSS. Expert Philip Alexander outlines six out-of-band security controls to consider.

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    Expert Dan Sullivan explains how security analysis and analytics tools work, and how they provide enterprises with valuable information about impending attacks or threats.

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    How the social engineering threat has evolved and grown

    Social engineering techniques have become increasingly sophisticated as more personal and corporate data is shared on the Internet, and traditional training techniques may not be enough to keep enterprises safe.

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    Ponemon: Companies are neglecting mobile app security

    The Ponemon Institute says enterprises are devoting millions of dollars to mobile application development, but barely any of the money is focused on security.

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