Posts Tagged ‘information security’

Healthcare IT News recently asked its readers about the healthcare data breaches that worries them the most. Not surprisingly, the vast majority (80 percent) of respondents said electronic data breach/hack, while only 13% worried about hardware theft, followed by 7% concerned about the theft or loss of paper records. This trend is warranted. For instance, [...]

You know the scenario, you implement your organization’s security policy, and then within minutes can hear employees groaning and mumbling about IT. According to a new survey, employees don’t just complain to each other – they are now complaining directly to IT. Four in 10 CIOs interviewed for the Robert Half Technology survey said that [...]

In the second of a two-part series, VPN Haus talks to PCI compliance expert Anton Chuvakin about cloud compliance and the prevalence of the “it won’t happen to my company” attitude. Last week, we spoke to Chuvakin about the way the industry has misunderstood – and undervalued – PCI standards. VPN Haus: You’ve mentioned that [...]

In the second of a two-part series, VPN Haus talks to PCI compliance expert Anton Chuvakin about cloud compliance and the prevalence of the “it won’t happen to my company” attitude. Last week, we spoke to Chuvakin about the way the industry has misunderstood – and undervalued – PCI standards. VPN Haus: You’ve mentioned that [...]

By David Torre Guest Contributor Internal information security policies have existed within the enterprise since the dawn of the information technology era. Viewed by many as a necessary evil and simply a check box compliance item, the overall value of a well-written internal security policy has become, perhaps ironically, now more important than ever in [...]