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A look at how companies try—and fail—to defend themselves against data theft.
Many businesses don’t realize that actions on the Internet are often far from anonymous.
Methods used for most cybercrime surveys are so poor that the data can’t be trusted, researchers argue.
Paying someone to try to hack your systems can help you ready defenses against real attacks.
Tight restrictions on e-mail size often just encourage people to work around the limits by sending files outside a company’s control.
How Citigroup let itself fall prey to an easy hack.
Even “strong” passwords have big weaknesses, so companies serious about security ought to rely on additional methods of authentication.
Despite all the major data breaches in the news, some aspects of Internet security might be getting better.
Without thorough security considerations, remote workers can open holes in business computer networks.
Security experts say companies need new tactics to fight the next wave of cyberattacks.