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  • Gearing up for the data security culture shift

    Experts say securing sensitive data just isn't a working habit for many employees. Forget documented corporate data policies. When the auditors (or hackers) dig deeper -- what will they really find? 

  • Indian BPO providers tighten data security

    Indian BPO providers working to protect their reputations and customer data have issued workplace security rules tighter than most in the U.S. 

  • Attack: USB could be the death of me

    Seemingly innocent Universal Serial Bus driver bugs may allow device attacks that many won't see coming, according to Black Hat presenters. 

  • ID theft remains No. 1 worry

    For the fifth straight year, the FTC said most complaints came from identity theft victims. And that's a problem for enterprises. 

  • HP improves backup-to-disk features

    Cashing in on the wave of interest in disk-to-disk backup, HP has upgraded its Data Protector software to support continuous backups and the ability to recover directly from the target. 

  • Authorize.Net says it has 'learned' from attack

    The credit card processing service was unprepared for the kind of attack it suffered last week, but it will use the experience to improve security. 

  • Consequences of Cisco source code theft unclear

    Opinions are divided on the impact of stolen data now circulating on the Internet. 

  • Concerns raised on tape backup methods

    Flaws in tape-based data backup may be leaving enterprises without key information and could lead to legal exposure, experts say. 

  • Data Center Futures: Security demands come together in data center

    Data centers have a lot riding on keeping the "crown jewels" of IT secure. But changes to the IT landscape, such as the increase in outsourcing, are putting some at risk. 

  • Quick Takes: New products keep data safe

    Protegrity and Application Security Inc. announced new products this week that secure information stored inside databases, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.