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22
July 2015
Source de l'article : SCMAGAZINE

Dungarees website attacked, payment cards potentially compromised

Adam Greenberg, Reporter - June 23, 2015


Missouri-based work wear and accessories retailer Dungarees is notifying an undisclosed number of customers that its website was attacked, and credit and debit card information ......

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22
July 2015
Source de l'article : SCMAGAZINE

Evans Hotels announces payment card incident involving malware

Adam Greenberg, Reporter - July 10, 2015

California-based Evans Hotels – which operates Bahia Resort Hotel, Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa, and The Lodge at Torrey Pines – announced that malware was installed on computers at the front desks of its properties that could have compromised payment card data. ......

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01
June 2015
Source de l'article : http://www.bankinfosecurity.eu/

PCI: Retailer Security Failures



Council Working to Educate Merchants, Congress on Threats

By Tracy Kitten | April 6, 2015

Troy Leach of the PCI Security Standards Council says data security standards are not failing; they just aren't being applied continuously. And conformance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is just one piece of the puzzle.

Merchants, in particular, need to spend more time focusing on .....

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01
June 2015
Source de l'article : https://blog.bit9.com

IRS Data Breach Just the Latest Example of How Criminals Monetize Information





Date: May 28, 2015 By: Ben Johnson ; Chief Security Strategist


According to the Internal Revenue Service, attackers used stolen data to gain access to tax returns of more than 100,000 people via the IRS website.

As reported by the New York Times, “using Social Security numbers, birth dates, street addresses and other personal information obtained elsewhere, the criminals completed a multistep authentication process and ....

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25
May 2015
Source de l'article : www.silicon.fr

3 à 6 mois pour détecter une attaque dans la Finance et le Retail

Jacques Cheminat, 21 mai 2015


Deux études de l’Institut Ponemon montrent que la détection d’attaques informatiques est toujours très longue, entre 3 à 6 mois notamment dans les services financiers et la distribution.


Arbor Networks a commandé deux études auprès de l’Institut Ponemon sur la détection des menaces avancées au sein des entreprises avec un focus sur deux secteurs : la finance et la distribution. Plusieurs centaines de spécialistes de la sécurité de ces différentes activités dans 14 pays ont été interrogés et les résultats reflètent un fossé entre .......

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ARBOR NETWORK : http://blog.arbornetworks.com/larry-ponemon-how-financial-service-and-retail-organizations-tackle-advanced-threats/

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