Background of Legistlative Hearing
  • Legislation, Security

Don’t Wait for the Enforcement to Begin

I’ve spoken with several companies recently that have chosen not to take the steps necessary to meet compliance because the regulations were not currently being enforced. It is not surprising that it takes time for government agencies to begin enforcing new regulations as those agencies get the operational and logistical...

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Questioning the Boss
  • Identity Fraud, Security

Questioning the Boss to Prevent Theft?

There has been a growing trend recently of cyber thieves committing high value thefts by spoofing the e-mail accounts of c-level executives to initiate unauthorized international wire transfers. These e-mails typically appear to come from the CEO or CIO, requesting that an employee perform a wire transfer....

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Group of People on Phones
  • Internet Fraud, Security

Livestream Users Need to Watch Out for Data Breach

Livestream Users got something other than cheer, when they opened up their e-mail accounts last week. While users were opening presents and enjoying the holidays, the streaming service contacted them regarding a potential data breach.

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Networking People
  • Security, Internet Fraud

Safeguard Relationships with Partners by Implementing IdentiFraud Corporate

It is essential for corporations to safeguard their business-to-business (B2B) interactions. While the IdentiFraud Consumer is important for verifying consumer data, IdentiFraud Corporate helps with verifying and assuring the integrity of business partners.

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Data breaches have affected hotels
  • Security

Wyndham Worldwide Settles with Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

A long drawn out lawsuit between Wyndham Worldwide and the FTC is finally done. The Wall Street Journal states that the corporation ‘failed to provide reasonable cyber security protections for its customer data.’ Unlike typical deals of this nature, Wyndham was not required to pay any financial penalties and is not liable for any of the violations.

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