Computing security includes identity management to ensure proper access controls to controlled or sensitive information and permission rights for individuals to view information and data maintained by others. Security is maintained by administrators with encryption and password control and through the use of tokens or biometric devices to ensure user identity.


BlogEven if big data remained private, it could still expose our secrets to ourselves
Information Management NewsConsumers distrust how their data is being used, and organizations need to rethink data privacy approaches to spur innovation, reveals new Intel study
Information Management NewsThere's almost no good way of tell a bank customer that her personal data's been stolen. But some banks do a particularly bad job of communicating during a security incident.
Information Management NewsAs breach incidents and the costs of managing and mitigating breaches increase year over year, global information security budgets decreased from 2013, according to a report from PwC, CIO and CSO
NewsJimmy John's, a sandwich-shop chain based in Champaign, Illinois, said a hacker infiltrated payment systems at about 216 of its locations and stole credit- and debit-card information.
Information Management NewsConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen wants assurance from Apple Corp. that the Apple Watch product coming in 2015 has sufficient privacy protections.
Information Management NewsGartner analyst says that most enterprises are ‘inexperienced’ in mobile application security
Information Management NewsTo obtain approval and funding for security improvements, bank technologists have to make their case by pointing to losses from recent security breaches. But calculating those losses can be tricky.
Information Management NewsAs cyberattacks against banks escalate — with 93 percent of banks worldwide reporting they've been hit — Bremer Bank in Minnesota ramps up its defenses.
Information Management NewsHome Depot is working with banks and law enforcement agencies to investigate a potential theft of its customers' credit and debit card information.
Information Management NewsAlthough bankers are (hopefully) less likely to store compromising selfies in the cloud, the infiltration of celebrities' iCloud accounts illustrates the danger of saving anything with a consumer-oriented cloud service.
Information Management NewsBoards at community banks are being asked to have greater oversight of cybersecurity issues as data breaches continue to mount. The challenge is balancing such work with other demands.
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