Blog Posts Tagged with "breach"


Hackers Steal Millions in EU Carbon Trading Credits

January 20, 2011 Added by:Headlines

The EU Emissions Trading Scheme has suspended all carbon emissions trading until January 26th after hackers breached networks and pilfered millions in pollution credits. The credits stolen form the Czech accounts are estimated to be worth as much as seven million Euros, according to reports...

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Six Important Enterprise Security Lessons for Executives

January 19, 2011 Added by:Headlines

Information theft accounts for 42 percent of total external costs. Costs associated with disruption to business or lost productivity accounts for 22 percent of external costs... Tangential to these costs is the expense by damage from negative press and lost customer/shareholder confidence...

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Medical Server Hacked by Call of Duty Gamers

January 14, 2011 Added by:Headlines

A network server at Seacoast Radiology was illegally accessed by hackers intent on using it to host "Call of Duty: Black Ops" gaming sessions. The server provides storage for records for over 230,000 individuals...

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IBM's DeveloperWorks Website Hacked

January 12, 2011 Added by:Headlines

IBM's DeveloperWorks website was breached by hackers over the weekend. The messages left by the hacker(s) read: "Defaced by Hmei7," and, "You have been Hacked !!!, not because of your stupidity That's because we love you, and we want to warn you That your web still has large of vulnerability."

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Heartland Regains PCI Compliant Status

May 03, 2009 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

Heartland’s removal from the list of compliant payment processors had followed revelations that the company had suffered what may have been the largest data breach of payment card information to date, although details of the incident have not been made available due to ongoing investigations...

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Marine One Breach Has Winners and Losers

March 01, 2009 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

Billions of dollars are spent on security every year, and it can be trumped by one lapse in judgment. That is a tremendous amount of resources committed to security just to have it undermined by the whim of one individual, and it underscores the precariousness of secure systems...

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Heartland Breach Bad As Tylenol Poisonings?

January 25, 2009 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

The company issued statements Friday (1/23) in an effort at damage control in which the CEO compares the potential industry-wide impact of the breach to none other than that of the Tylenol poisonings of some twenty-five years ago that nearly brought down the drug maker...

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