By Ashootosh Chand
By Jennifer Morrell
Perspecsys, a company offering cloud data control protection gateway applications, has partnered with ClaimVantage, a company offering insurance claims processing applications.
The combination of the Perspecsys AppProtex Cloud Protection Gateway and the ClaimVantage Cloud-based Claims Management application enables customers to use the cloud securely. Perspecsys enables ClaimVantage to protect customer data via strong security, without having to compromise the integrity and functionality of the application, said ClaimVantage, enabling insurers to comply with industry regulations.
By Jeff Goldman
The company says the breaches were the result of ‘a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions.’
Following the recent high-profile exposure of several celebrities’ personal photos on the 4chan bulletin board, Apple on Tuesday announced that the photos did not represent a widespread breach of iCloud.
Schutz von Patientendaten auf der “Public Cloud SaaS”-Plattform
Human Care Systems wählt Perspecsys: Das “Perspecsys AppProtex Cloud Data Protection Gateway” sorgt für die Tokenisierung vertraulicher und sensibler Patientendaten gemäß den Datenspeicherungs- und Datenschutzgesetzen der EU
By Kimberlee Morrison, Social Times
By Mark Rockwell
Although federal websites may be inherently vulnerable to the exploits used by the Russian “CyberVor” gang that purportedly stole more than a billion password and user combinations, they also have a few things going for them if they’ve been following the rules, IT experts say.
By Chris Paoli
Since Edward Snowden first revealed major cloud companies’ cooperation with the NSA’s covert surveillance, Microsoft and other vendors have been fighting hard to restore their image through public measures to protect users’ privacy. While Redmond readers respect the effort to varying degrees, they’re taking their own countermeasures.
By Jennifer LeClaire
You may have been hacked. A Russian cyber gang has obtained what security researchers are calling “the largest cache of stolen data.” Hold Security is offering details on the theft of 4.5 billion records, including 1.2 billion usernames and passwords that correlate to over half a billion e-mail addresses.