Blog Posts Tagged with "Disclosure"


Network Security and Mandatory Disclosure

October 10, 2011 Added by:Craig S Wright

Security disclosures can have an impact on a company’s share price. Some organisations actually have no economic impact from a breach. For others, the effect is catastrophic. But, security through obscurity is simply false security and leaves us vulnerable with no way to measure the true risk...

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Full Frontal: Is it OK to Expose Weaknesses?

September 18, 2011 Added by:David Martinez

While it might be interesting and a bit exciting finding vulnerabilities in systems, keep in mind that reporting them to the appropriate people might be more hassle then it’s worth, especially when your doing it pro bono, as I discovered...

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UCLA Health System Pays $865K to Settle HIPAA Violations

July 10, 2011 Added by:Rebecca Herold

“Covered entities need to realize that HIPAA privacy protections are real and OCR vigorously enforces those protections. Entities will be held accountable for employees who access protected health information to satisfy their own personal curiosity..."

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To Disclose or NOT to Disclose...

June 09, 2011 Added by:Andrew Baker

The issue of disclosure is a sensitive one, and it is important not to feed more bad guys with more information that will allow them to have greater success, but it is abundantly clear that two months of saying essentially nothing is at least just as bad as saying too much, if not worse...

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How to Use Your FCPA Audit

May 18, 2011 Added by:Thomas Fox

In short, do not be afraid of the results and use Paul McNulty’s maxims of “what did you find” and “what did you do about it”. After you have completed the FCPA audit, what steps should you take? This post will explore some of the issues related to the evaluation and response...

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