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added: september 19, 2011

Current crisis impacting the potential for insider threat

In his recent testimony to a House subcommittee on Financial Services, Financial Institutions, and Consumer Credit, CERT Chief Scientist Greg Shannon said that continued stress of the current economy on the workplace is impacting and exacerbating the potential for insider threat.

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added: juli 12, 2011

KPMG: culture and tone critical to stamping out internal fraud

The UK (albeit public or private sector) is now fighting multiple enemies. The majority of fraud is committed by professional criminals. with fraud perpetrated by criminal gangs rising 107% in the first half of 2011. Internal fraud committed by employees (of all levels of seniority) also did £225 million worth of damage this year (up from £181 million in January-June 2010), with management fraud averaging out at £7.3 million per case and employee fraud around £708,000.

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added: juli 5, 2011

Cyber Security Raad geïnstalleerd

Minister Opstelten van Veiligheid en Justitie heeft vandaag de Cyber Security Raad (CSR) officieel geïnstalleerd. Onder co-voorzitterschap van Eelco Blok (CEO KPN) en Erik Akerboom (NCTb) heeft de Raad de taak om de regering en private partijen gevraagd en ongevraagd adviezen te geven over relevante ontwikkelingen op het gebied van digitale veiligheid.

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added: juni 27, 2011

Biscuit tins against information leakage

German high-tech company Evonik is using biscuit tins to fight the leakage of company confidential information through cell phones. The company develops and produces advanced battery systems for electronic cars. The interest in these developments, especially from foreign competitors and intelligence services, is overwhelming and poses a substantial threat to the continuity of the company.

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added: juni 1, 2011

Secret police files leaked through photocopier

A secret police file on Dutch top-criminal Stanley Hillis was leaked to 21 lawyers. The file, containing the incident book on the assassination of Hillis was left unattended on the photocopier and mixed with copies of files on other cases that were sent to the respective lawyers handling these cases. Through these files the confidential information ended up at a number of top-criminals.

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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.

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