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4 Ways Your Business Can Better Prevent Cyber Crime
Entrepreneur
As businesses increasingly store confidential information and data in cloud services, the need for more complex security practices and strategies is clear.

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What's in a boarding pass barcode? A lot
Krebs on Security
The next time you're thinking of throwing away a used boarding pass with a barcode on it, consider tossing the boarding pass into a document shredder instead. Two-dimensional barcodes and QR codes can hold a great deal of information, and the codes printed on airline boarding passes may allow someone to discover more about you, your future travel plans, and your frequent flyer account.
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3 steps to boost healthcare data security
Enterprise Tech
Security breaches are on the rise, and it's become not a question of if, but when, an organization will be hacked. While the number and severity of criminal attacks are on the rise, most healthcare organizations still remain underprepared to address the rapidly-changing cyber threat environment.
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OPM now admits 5.6 million feds' fingerprints were stolen
Wired
The Office of Personnel Management admitted that the number of federal employees’ fingerprints compromised in the massive breach of its servers revealed over the summer has grown from 1.1 million to 5.6 million.
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Digital business will mean security headaches
ZDNet
As businesses go digital, deploy smart machines and go automation happy security practices are about to be rewritten. And the security situation is likely to lead to regulation for information technology because safety will be a lot more important than protecting data.
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Engaging in cyber security solutions
The InfraGard Commercial Facilities Sector Program held its quarterly program last month at the Warner Building in Washington, D.C. Kristina Tanasichuk, Executive Vice President of FBI Infragard's Washington, D.C. National Capital Region Chapter gave an informative presentation on cybersecurity in light of the recent cyber-attacks that have appeared in the news.

Tanasichuk has nearly 20 years of lobbying and advocacy experience on the Hill, on behalf of non-profit associations and coalitions. Members took part in a lively, engaging discussion and shared helpful ideas on preventing cybercrimes in the future.



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