[funsec] When will enough be enough?

Technocrat dj.technocrat.listmail at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 22:23:52 CST 2006


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>  --Ameriprise Notifies Customers Affected by Computer Theft
> (26 January 2006)
> 
> --Providence Home Services Informs Patients Affected by Disk and Tape Theft
> (25 January 2006)
> 
> --University of Delaware Alerts Students to Data Intrusion and Hardware
> Theft
> (25 January 2006)
> 
> --University of Notre Dame Investigating Data Security Breach
> (24/23 January 2006)
> 
> The list just goes on and on. What are we not learning?

To encrypt out backups and to watch where our data is copied. The truth
has to be that this has been happening for a while..but now it is the
status quo to tell everyone about it...before you are sued under certain
laws....

Laws have increased the public exposure of our often it really happens
IMHO. Which is a good thing....it will cause people to change policy and
hopefully enforce good policy.

- -Todd
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