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Dec 06, 2013

USCIS Announces Security Enhancement to E-Verify to Deter Fraudulent Use of SSNs

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a new security enhancement to E-Verify to assist in preventing the fraudulent use of social security numbers (SSNs).  The security enhancement will enable employers to identify potentially fraudulent use of SSNs for employment eligibility verification.» Read More

Apr 16, 2013

New Top Level Domains Pose Security Risks

Experts warn that new top level domains bring with them security risks.

“ICANN is moving a little too fast with these new gTLDs without really giving people time to get ready,” [DigiCert associate general counsel Jeremy] Rowley said in an interview.

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Jun 24, 2011

Focused REWIND: Cyber Breach Roundup

  • A survey of IT practitioners conducted by the Ponemon Institute and Juniper Networks suggests that cyber attacks have recently become more harsh and recurrent. At least 90% of the IT practitioners surveyed claimed that they had experienced one or more cyber breaches within the last year, and 89% of these respondents could not identify the source of these breaches.
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