RSA Offers SecurID Token replacements for large customers

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Below is a recent letter from RSA offering replacement tokens for large customers.  This is to offer assurances from the recent hacking attempt of RSA’s website to discover SecurID internal security controls. So far no compromises have been reported, for this well designed two factor authentication process.  One best practice to prevent any unauthorized access issues is […]

Security breaches – Hackers cost companies real dollars

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Two articles sharing the need for meaningful standards and best practices in corporate security Security breaches – Hackers cost companies real dollars http://blog.eset.com/2011/06/10/the-dollar-cost-of-a-data-breach QUOTE: Bottom line, there’s a price to pay, either for prevention or cure, and it’s rising. More good news: many of the data breaches could’ve been prevented and/or blunted by relatively simple […]

IP V6 Day – June 8, 2011

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When the 32 bit IPv4 standard was introduced in September 1981, it supported over 4 billion potential addresses. However, by February 2011, IANA reported that the existing supply of IPv4 had been fully allocated.  IPv6 represents a 128 bit network addressing scheme and on June 8, 2011 this was launched in a 24 hour test […]


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