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July 29, 2012  6:39 PM

Credit Card Breaches: The times they need a changin’



Posted by: David Schneier
ATM, bank, banking, banks, breach, checking account, community bank, credit, credit card, cyber security, data security, evidence, financial institutions, hack, hacker, hackers, hacking, id theft, identity theft, information security, network, oversight, PCI, personally identifiable informaiton, PII, regulation, regulations, Security, security breach, theft

If my blogging about credit card breaches has a bit of a deja vu feel to it you're not crazy, I last touched on it less than six months ago.  Sadly I was handed a new update this week in the form of my bank card being cancelled from right out underneath me again.   For those of you keeping score...

April 8, 2010  2:24 PM

Online identify theft: One victim’s story



Posted by: David Schneier
cyber security, id theft, information security, password, password theft, phish, phishing, Regulatory Compliance, scam, Security, security awareness

Last month I blogged about a phishing attempt that landed in my inbox.  The email account belonged to someone named Rebecca Keen who I had never heard of before (or so I believed at the time).  As I was finishing writing that post, I received a follow-up email from the same person indicating...


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