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Browser data leakage bug - Mozilla to delete info just in case

Mozilla published an unexpected security patch this week, bumping Firefox up to version 57.0.3.

(You probably weren’t expecting a browser update between Christmas and New Year, but it’s good to know that security fixes don’t take second place in holiday season.) 483 more words


High Court Ruling That Could Reverberate Around the World

This article first appeared in Corporate Compliance Insights on December 18, 2017

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In a precedent-setting move, the High Court in the United Kingdom (U.K.) ruled that a company is liable for data breaches caused by employees, shedding insight into the future of data privacy regulatory enforcement. 55 more words


Sharing private conversations to the public

Data Leakage as an ethical challenge in social media

By Kibor Elizabeth

Data leakage is the unauthorized transfer of classified information from a computer or datacenter to the outside world. 538 more words

Code Of Conduct

The Apache "Optionsbleed" security hole explained [VIDEO]

Yesterday, we wrote about a new Heartbleed-like vulnerability in the Apache web server.

The new security hole can be triggered by a special sort of web request called OPTIONS, and it can leak, or “bleed”, data that isn’t supposed to be revealed… 172 more words


ThinAir CEO Tony Gauda on Insider Threats (Podcast)

In Preston’s absence, I spoke with ThinAir CEO Tony Gauda about insider threats. Insider threats cost companies billions of dollars, thousands of lost labor hours, and loss of credibility with customers. 250 more words

Ken Hess

Apache "Optionsbleed" vulnerability – what you need to know

Remember Heartbleed?

That was a weird sort of bug, based on a feature in OpenSSL called “heartbeat”, whereby a visitor to your server can send it a short message, such as… 1,638 more words


Cyber and Data Insurance

Your cover in a nutshell:

Cyber and data insurance is designed to support and protect you from evolving e-risks. It provides comprehensive cover for your computer systems and data, whether electronic or non-electronic. 898 more words