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banks-seek-tighter-security-from-vendors

According to today's WSJ, 6 big US banks and BITS will announce security standards for their vendors. This action shouldn't come as a surprise, since the banks are essentially following in the footsteps of VISA and Mastercard and their CISP/PCI standards that attempt to secure the credit card industry - especially since the banks own VISA and Mastercard.

customer-generated-content

I'm extremely pleased with the recent customer growth we've had at WiKID. In particular, I'm pleased with the community that has developed, mostly on the #wikid IRC channel. While the PCI security requirements for merchants and payment processors continue to be a big driver for adoption of two-factor authentication, we see a great variety of deployment scenarios. We've tried to address the innumerable network configurations by writing what I think is a large number of how to add two-factor authentication to... whatever documents.

etrade-to-deploy-rsa-tokens-but-does-it-stop

ETrade announced that they would be offering RSA SecurID key fob tokens to account holders with more than $50,000 in assets.

how-information-security-creates-value

Today I read a blog at NCircle (found via the prolific Adam Shostack) about security as a business enabler. It's an interesting post, but to me it shows that information security people often fail to understand how value it created.

how-about-stop-using-social-security-numbers-as

Today I read on Martin McKay's blog that you should change your default passwords and Adam Shostack has pointed out that colleges should usen't use SSNs to track students.

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