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repurcussions-of-data-loss-at-ohio-university

It's a long standing joke that no matter where you move, your alumni association can find you. That may change after OU's experience with their data breaches as chronicled here. Of course, they use your Social Security Number to track you down.

more-predictions-for-2006

I already did some predications over on IDWorld. Of course, if I were afraid to fail I would have a real job. Here are more predictions for 2006:

new-incentives-for-pci-compliance-from-visa

Visa's CEO hinted during a keynote speach that Visa may be looking at increasing incentives for PCI compliance.

Coghlan’s reference to incentives for compliance with the Payment Card Industry data-security standard follows a year that saw major hacker breaches of databases containing sensitive card information, including PINs for debit cards. “We need to do a better job with data security,” Coghlan said.

more-on-the-disappearing-perimiter

Kim Cameron on the disappearing Perimeter:

The perimeter of the enterprise is dissolving in an environment requiring greater collaboration, oursourcing and integration with both suppliers and customers.

not-bad-for-a-cubicle-on-strong-authentication

Not Bad for a Cubicle has a post on strong authentication - more blogging driven by Bruce Schneier's posts. It's well balanced and insightful.

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