Thursday, April 01, 2010

If you ever wondered who company A was, it was JCPenney. It is now reported in media, that JCPenney was "Company A" in the Albert Gonzalez trial. JCPenney Has Dodged a Huge Bullet... Until Now

Monday, March 29, 2010

According to an article in eWeek - March 29, 2010
Educational Credit Management reported the theft of portable media with Social Security numbers, names, addresses, and other information belonging to some 3.3 million people.
Millions of Student Loan Records Stolen in Data Breach

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Two health care providers this week experienced significant data losses of personal health care information, one is BlueCross, the other is University Medical Center, UMC. Insurer BlueCross BlueShield told thousands of members this week that a thief stole 57 computer hard drives from call center inChattanooga. See an article in internet news here:

UMC has for more than three months losing personal information of traffic accident victims including social security numbers, birth dates. According to UMC, this has been leaked by someone at University Medical Center. See article in the Las Vegas Sun here:

Monday, January 25, 2010

A video on data loss prevention, rights management usage, RMS, file classification infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 R2, FCI, and RSA Data Loss Prevention, DLP is now available: Video:

Friday, December 18, 2009

North Korea may have stolen sensitive information from an unsecured USB, see this article: The USB contained information from a secure military network, and got exposed when the USB was accessible via the internet. A good reason why data loss prevention with enterprise rights management is crucial for improved security.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Updated white paper on how Microsoft IT does Data Loss Prevention, DLP using Rights Management Server, RMS, and RSA DLP:

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

According to BBC, T-Mobile staff sold personal data: