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CyberEspionage (Again)…The Counter Terrorist Magazine

In light of the continuing attacks against companies by Eastern European organized criminal groups, I thought it appropriate to remind everyone that state sponsored attacks are still a major issue.  Here is a link to an article I wrote in … Continue reading

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Chris Mark & Heather Mark in Feb 2013 TransactionWorld

February’s edition of TransactionWorld was released today and both Chris and Heather have articles in the issue.  Chris (that is me) wrote “Security in Dangerous Waters; Pirates & CyberCrime” while Heather wrote “Shifting Targets; Dealing with Regulatory Shifts in Data … Continue reading

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Security Survey

I am completing a project for an research brief and would appreciate if any security professionals (or former security professionals) could take 5 minutes to answer the survey.  NO personal information is collected.   Thank you in advance for your help! … Continue reading

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“Boo!” – October 2012 issue of TransactionWorld

I (Chris) am finally back in the US after traveling for the past two months.  If you haven’t had a chance yet, please check out October’s issue of TransactionWorld and read articles by Chris Mark (Security Economics) and Heather Mark … Continue reading

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“You Can’t Unring That Bell!” – What is a”Data Breach” and When Should I Notify?

There are currently over 45 state breach notification laws, several data protection laws, and numerous regulations including PCI DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FISMA, and more.  I frequently find myself working with companies on data breach notification plans.  One of the more interesting … Continue reading

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