Posts Tagged “data”

Sweden: An Interesting Demographic Case Study In Internet Fraud

by alex on December 7, 2009

(quietly, wistfully singing “Yesterday” by the Beatles) From my favorite Swedish Infosec Blog, Crowmoor.se. I don’t speak Swedish, so I couldn’t really read the fine article they linked to.  Do go read their blog post, I’ll wait here. Back?  Great.  (…)

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TAKE PART IN PROJECT QUANT (please)!

by alex on June 3, 2009

Hey everyone.  I wanted to let you know that Rich, Adrian & Co. at Securosis are spearheading a research project  called “Quant”.  They currently have a survey up on survey monkey about Patch Management that they’d like participation in.  If (…)

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PCI Data Available

by alex on May 15, 2009

Interesting information was made available today from VISA about PCI Compliance status for Level 1, 2, and 3 merchants.  Find it as a .pdf >>here<< (thanks to Mike Dahn for bringing it to our notice). **UPDATE** You may want to (…)

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