Baseline Security

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Security Highlights
A year and a half after mistakenly selling consumer info to criminals, the data broker says it has put in dozens of new policies and procedures to make sure such a security breach doesn't happen again.

A look at the insurer's attempt to consolidate vendors and control its budget. Its biggest need? Vendors that can offer more and better security features, at a lower total cost.
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    A new crop of tools popped up to cut the risk of fraud happening and also help technology executives get a better handle on their enterprise's financial controls.
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    Countering new threats to your data requires more brainpower—and lots of persistence.
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  • CA: Above the Fray
  • Juniper Networks: Follow the Leader
  • McAfee: Threat Focus
  • Symantec: Beyond Viruses


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