This week's top news and views: The arrest of 53 suspects charged with a sophisticated identity theft and fraud scheme gets the attention of federal agents, and the message from the PCI Security Standards Council's annual North American Community Meeting: "Stolen Credit Card Information Is a Commodity That Has Worth."
Defense contractors need hands-on candidates who can understand the technical and business issues within the government. Problem is: The demand for these candidates is clearly ahead of the current supply.
The bust of 53 suspects, who have been charged with stealing identities of U.S. citizens to open credit cards and bank loans, highlights the need for stronger U.S. consumer privacy laws and consumer authentication.
Hospital association lawyer, Melissa Bianchi, testifying before a Senate panel seeks exemptions for healthcare providers from the bill's beach notification rules because they're already covered by HIPAA.
For most organizations, the biggest barrier to cloud computing is fear - "Will my data be secure?" It's time to tackle that fear head-on, says Jeff Reich, director of the Institute of Cybersecurity at the University of Texas, San Antonio.