3 years, 3 months ago

CSI: Your Network – Reconstructing the Breach

September 2017 was a busy month. Three major breach notifications in Deloitte, the SEC, and Equifax… and my first Wave dropped, coincidentally on Digital Forensics & Incident Response Service Providers. Following all this commotion, I had a client reach out and ask me how… How are investigators able to reconstruct digital crime scenes to identify […]

8 years, 3 months ago

Survey: Data Breaches Driving Customers Away

Guest post by Mark Lobel According to our new Global State of Information Security Survey 2013, data breaches are driving customers away from businesses around the world. In conjunction with CIO Magazine and CSO Magazine, we recently surveyed 9,300 c-Suite executives, vice presidents and directors of IT & information security from 128 countries. 52% of executives confessed they have lost customers as a result of inadequate information security. I can’t think of a more compelling […]

9 years, 8 months ago

The Era of Security Breaches

Print PDF Guest post by Gary Loveland and Nalneesh Gaur It seems like today’s organized data criminals have re-doubled their efforts to get their hands onto your customer’s data, and into their wallets. A full 85% of all data-related security breaches today are masterminded by organized crime, according to a 2010 Verizon Data Breach research report. These criminals are using anything and everything to spy out opportunity and penetrate defenses: from viruses and malware and […]

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