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April 6, 2010 by

A few executions might convince us on health data security

It was executing a few companies, and turning some insiders' fortunes into dust, that changed attitudes about security in the financial world. Brian Klepper notes at TheHealthCareBlog this kind of attitude adjustment is now needed in health IT, anywhere big stores of personal health records (PHRs) are found.

May 22, 2008 by

TJX whistle blower sacked?

TJX, the retailer that was hit with a major security breach, has sacked a whistle blower who was exposing the company's security issues.According to the ha.

August 18, 2009 by

Gonzales just tip of iceberg in Heartland attack

Albert Gonzales, previously accused of breaking into TJX's computer systems, was indicted on charges that a separate group he was involved in breached Heartland Payment Systems. Also indicted but unidentified and still at large were "Hacker 1" and "Hacker 2," labels that suggest Thing 1 and Thing 2 from "The Cat in the Hat" (and indeed Gonzales bears an uncanny resemblance to those life-hackers).

January 18, 2008 by

Anniversary of TJX breach announcement

Jaikumar Vijayan over at Computerworld has a great round up of "lessons learned" from the TJX break ins first announced a year ago today. To his five points listed below I would add a couple of observations.


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