Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in February 2007
The deal between HID and IOActive shows how delicate a line security researchers walk when they seek to present their work to the public.
The dustup revives the issue of how much license security researchers should be given when presenting their findings in the name of better security.
With products like Boot and Nuke, Data Eraser, Cybercide, and Evidence Eliminator, industry experts offer their tips on how to secure information and intellectual property.
As data hacks proliferate, Massachusetts lawmakers target retailers for restitution
Slipups like the ones at T.J. Maxx and Stop & Shop stores could force companies to pay to cancel or reissue cards, stop payments, or block transactions, if the legislation passes.
The U.S. Postal Service inspires the highest level of trust, while the National Security Agency scored the lowest.
The retailer's parent company believes portions of the credit and debit card transactions at its U.S., Puerto Rican, and Canadian stores from January 2003 through June 2004 were compromised.
An increasing number of companies are learning about proper customer data protection the hard way.
Company scientist downloaded 22,000 sensitive documents and accessed 16,000 others as he got ready to take a job with a competitor
Small to mid-size companies that allow their employees to open lines of credit in the executive's name, could be most at risk.
A research chemist who worked for DuPont for 10 years before accepting a job with a competitor downloaded 22,000 sensitive documents and viewed 16,706 more in the company's electronic library.
In concert with Mirage, the company's new ISS Proventia Management SiteProtector software stems from its recent acquisition of Internet Security Systems.
Familiar, yes, but more relevant than ever as the number of security companies continues to shrink
As long as cybercrime continues to grow as an industry, don't count on malicious attacks to abate on their own, the company's CEO says.
IBM and other large IT infrastructure companies are bulking up in an attempt to provide a one-stop shop for comprehensive security systems.
Although companies continue to spend more on security, they don't necessarily feel more secure.
Mundie's biggest challenge will be making security more intuitive and easier to implement. One of his goals is to create more of a drag-and-drop interface around security.
In addition to improving network security efficiency, Cisco's goal is to integrate reporting from intrusion prevention systems throughout the network.
Parent company TJX may have violated Visa security rules by storing credit-card data