CSID at SXSW 2015

By | March 12th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Tomorrow, March 13 marks the first day of the SXSW Interactive conference. Over the next five days more than 50,000 of tech and digital’s best and brightest will converge on Austin and talk about emerging technology, digital creativity and all things inherent with the two.Cyber security promises to be a key issue this year, especially [...]

News Recap: United Kingdom Increasing Cyber Security Initiatives

By | December 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|

The UK minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, announced new cyber security initiatives taking place in Britain to make it a safer place to do business, reported Mike Hine with Infosecurity Magazine. Hine broke down the 24-page document into different initiatives, including:Developing 13 cyber security “clusters” around the countryProviding financial assistance for universities to [...]

Security Trends: A Look Back at 2014 and Ahead to 2015

By | December 11th, 2014|Uncategorized|

2014 was a busy year for the security industry, with an unprecedented number of breaches, malware strains and POS hacks. With cybercrime becoming an unfortunate but increasingly common consequence of seemingly benign Internet activities, business and consumers alike will have to up the ante on the measures they use to protect themselves. Here’s a round [...]

Combating Cyberterrorism with Cyber Security

By | March 5th, 2014|Uncategorized|

This guest blog post comes from Ginger Hill, associate content editor at securitytoday.com and Security Products magazine.As I sat in the classroom at GovSec West 2013 listening to Jeff Snyder, VP of cyber programs at Raytheon, talk about cyber threats and remediation, I quickly learned that we have no global laws to fight cyberterrorism. With [...]

The Breach Heard Around the World

By | November 25th, 2013|Uncategorized|

A recent security breach at Adobe put millions of user accounts, encrypted passwords and email addresses in the hands of hackers. But according to Ammon Bartram of SocialCam, what was “even more disturbing was the number of people who used the same password for their bank accounts, email, Facebook and home garage door codes as [...]

Spill the Beans: The Significance of Breach Disclosure Laws Status

By | January 9th, 2013|Uncategorized|

If a company is breached, should the breach be reported to authorities? To customers? To the public? While breach disclosure laws have been debated on and off for the past few years, it looks like they are making it back into the spotlight.Many companies would prefer to keep security breaches to themselves – to avoid [...]

CSID’s Global ID Protector Wins 5 Golden Bridge Awards

By | October 4th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Wow! We got some exciting news yesterday. Our Global ID Protector product was honored with five – yes, five – Golden Bridge Awards.The Golden Bridge Awards program recognizes the world’s best in innovations from across the globe. More than 40 experts from a broad range of industries judged this year’s program.We are excited to announce [...]

CSID’s Global ID Protector is on a Roll

By | August 27th, 2012|Uncategorized|

We did it again. Our Global ID Protector has been honored with another award—the International Business Awards has selected Experian’s Global ID Protector technology as the winner of the Silver Stevie Award for Best New B2B Product of the Year. As the only globally scalable comprehensive identity protection solution on the market, our technology has [...]

FBI Leads Undercover Operation Against Cyber Crime

By | July 3rd, 2012|Uncategorized|

Experian’s CyberAgent technology scans more than 10,000 underground websites and forums per day—more than 600,000 individual web pages—for personal identifying information (PII) being bought and sold. This PII includes bits like Social Security Numbers, email addresses, passwords and credit and debit card numbers. In fact, the credit and debit card numbers often come with the [...]

Meet the EU’s New Privacy and Breach Regulations

By | May 31st, 2012|Uncategorized|

Starting May 26, the EU began enforcing its E-Privacy Directive that passed last year. This directive requires that websites notify all individuals in the EU about any tracking that takes place on the site and receive consent before carrying out the tracking (i.e. tags, cookies).What does this new directive mean for businesses?So many businesses are [...]

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