Posts Tagged ‘PCI’

iPad's 'Dictation' sends info to Apple servers

“Dictation” is one of the features of the new iPad, and it can be used to dictate notes, emails, text messages. But new iPad owners may want to use it […]

Breach Hits Card Processor Global Payments – shares drop 9%

Global Payments didn’t disclose what type of data had been accessed, but said it had notified “appropriate industry parties to allow them to minimize potential cardholder impact.” News of the […]

ISC2 SecureBoston Oct 19, 2011

Oct 19, 2011 – Full Day ISC2 Local Event Oversharing: Managing Risk in the Social Age Co-presented by Raj Goel and Brandon Dunlap Social Media has quickly woven itself into […]

Written Information Security Policy is INSUFFICIENT to comply with Massachusetts Data Privacy Law

Massachusetts AG Says Having a WISP is Not Enough to Comply With Massachusetts Data Security Regulations The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and Belmont Savings Bank have agreed to resolve allegations […]

Little Brother is a snitch – Blackberry Messenger archives open to UK authorities

The 1st rule of social media and digital communications really should be “Little Brother is watching…and he’s a snitch”   While George Orwell trained us to distrust government (aka Big […]

Backing Up Documents in the Cloud

Raj Goel, CISSPCTOBrainlink International, 917-685-7731 Raj’s LinkedIn profile This article appeared on   John Edwards (no, not THAT John Edwards) did a great job of summarizing various backup […]

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Each of my talks runs from 45-120 minutes. I present the specific topic in 45 minutes, or really dive into it for 2 hours. Multiple topics can also be combined […]

Streamlining and Ensuring Continuous Compliance

Trends in Financial Crimes

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