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added: januari 18, 2011

Data Breach Notifications in Europe

The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA, (the European Network and Information Security Agency) has today issued a report on Data Breach Notifications. The EU data breach notification (DBN) requirement for the electronic communications sector in the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) is vital to increase in the long term the level of data security in Europe. The Agency has reviewed the current situation and identified the key concerns of both the telecom operators and the Data Protection Authorities (DPA)s in its new report.

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added: januari 17, 2011

Dutch prosecution loses Geert Wilders tapes

Two detectives of the Dutch The National Police Internal Investigations Department have lost an important interrogation tape during a KLM flight to Amsterdam. The tape covered the interrogation of Hans Jansen, Dutch Arabist, and his account of a diner that took place on the eve of the start of the Geert Wilders’ lawsuit. During this diner Tom Schalken supposedly tried to influence Jansen’s view on the matter. Jansen is an expert-witness during the lawsuit. Schalken is the counselor of the Amsterdam Court.

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added: januari 13, 2011

Passwords leave enterprises vulnerable

Despite new security risks posed by a rapidly evolving technology environment, most companies continue to rely on the traditional username and password sign-on to verify a user’s identity. And according to a December 2010 commissioned study by Forrester Consulting, who surveyed 306 enterprises with 1,000 to 20,000+ employees on behalf of Symantec Corp., those organizations are unnecessarily leaving themselves open to unauthorized access by hackers and e-criminals.

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added: januari 6, 2011

Employees and Social Media a major risk to Organisations

The majority of organisations have come to accept the use of social networking sites in the workplace. But under the right circumstances, access to social media at work has the potential to infect corporate networks with spyware and other means to harvest large amounts of personal, corporate and financial data for profit.

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added: januari 5, 2011

White House: close watch on disgruntled employees

US Government wants federal agencies to take aggressive measures to prevent employees from leaking classified documents.

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Editor Intelink says:(2012-10-02 10:49:19)

“Een kwaliteitsslag voor school, student en stagebedrijf” Het herkennen en correct behandelen van bedrijfsvertrouwelijke informatie. Het programma speelt tevens doeltreffend in op de sterk toenemende behoefte aan Social Media Integriteit van stag...

On: Stagevoorbereiding voor MBO en HBO: Bewustwording Bedrijfsgeheimen & Social Media Integriteit
Danny Lieberman says:(2011-05-09 13:35:04)

As one of the pioneers in DLP - data loss prevention and an active thought leader in the field since 2003 - it is typical for people who discover that the emperor is naked to take knee jerk reactions. IT and HR procedures are part of a set of data...

On: WikiLeaks legt menselijke factor bloot (EN)
Rachel McShelley says:(2011-03-31 10:01:15)

Blijft helaas onduidelijk waarom BitDefender dit opvallend en vooral ook een beveiligingsrisico vindt.

On: Facebook: 42% onbekende online vrienden
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