Tag Archives: security

DMCA..Ignore at Your Own Peril

In May 2012, I wrote a blog titled “Competitive Intelligence 201: Locating and Protecting your Web IP”…In the blog post, I gave a couple of examples of companies that appeared to ‘borrow’ from competitors.  It appears as if one of … Continue reading

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Chris Mark in AT&T Network Exchange Blog

As the AT&T PCI National Practice Director, I write and blog on numerous topics that I hope are of interest to those who have to protect data.  Aside from the GlobalRiskInfo blog here I also publish some blog posts on … Continue reading

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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 in February 2014 SC Magazine “The Need & the Challenge”

Chris Mark’s (this author) article “The Need and the Challenge” has been published in the February, 2014 edition of Secure Computing Magazine.  The article focuses upon the need to define the term ‘security’ and the challenge associated with denoting such … Continue reading

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Chris Mark in September 2013 – SC Magazine (Interview and Article)

In the August, 2013 edition of Secure Computing Magazine (SC Magazine), I have an interview and article included.  The interview is for the cover story called “Beyond the Checkbox; PCI DSS” and the article is called “Understanding Parallax and Convergence to … Continue reading

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