It is not uncommon for computer systems to be compromised by a company's own employees. In this week's issue we look at the Sage data breach, which highlights the risk every organisation faces from its staff. Staff are often motivated by revenge, but sometimes internal logins can be compromised, enabling hackers to circumvent firewalls.
Blockchain technology is increasingly showing its value to business. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the challenges the technology still needs to overcome, how it's shaping the use of data and what it can do for information security professionals.
This paper discusses the ways that identify and social network analysis can help you prevent fraud and enable compliance by focusing not only on transactions, but also on person and groups and how they are related. Learn the requirements for a proactive fraud detection systems, and how ongoing data analysis can alert you to the need for action.
Read this case study to learn how Sourcefire's solutions can help top credit and debit card processors, as well as companies completing far fewer online transactions, in protecting sensitive customer data from cybercriminals.
This white paper will help you understand what new and innovative techniques can be used to combat online fraud and abuse, and how online casinos can realize a true return on investment by reducing losses from fraud exposure and increasing operational efficiency within the fraud detection process.
This month’s issue of Information Security magazine takes you deep inside the Data Accountability And Trust Act (DATA), pending legislation that could reshape the national privacy landscape and impact the way enterprises and midmarket companies architect their security operations.
This paper discusses how Brent used IBM to supply the customer data integration and master data management (MDM) to consolidate back-end systems to reduce administration costs, improve customer service and minimise benefit fraud.
This expert Q & A session explores the challenges retailers face as they increase data collection to combat fraudulent returns and policy abuse in today’s struggling economy. Find strategic advice on how retailers can cut down on fraud and determine the necessary tools and processes that must be in place to protect customer identities.