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Claudiu Popa

Security solution reveals privacy risks and compliance breaches

TORONTO, April 3, 2014 /CNW/ – Almost a year after the Snowden revelations began surfacing, as many as half of Canadian executives and business owners are still unaware that ongoing Internet surveillance and pervasive data interception vastly complicate their legal responsibility to protect the confidentiality of customer data. Privacy laws require organizations to protect personal

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cybersecurity
Claudiu Popa

Hospital security and privacy reviews recommended for sensitive premises across Canada

Baby abductions point to the need for clinics & healthcare facilities to conduct rigorous physical security and protocol reviews: HealthcareSecurity.ca TORONTO, May 28, 2014 /CNW/ – Following the AMBER alert at a Quebec hospital, health Minister Gaétan Barrette ordered widespread reviews of security protocols. Informatica, a Canadian company specializing in security auditing has responded by

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cybersecurity
Claudiu Popa

Heartbleed Security Audit also helps companies comply with Anti-Spam and Privacy legislation

TORONTO, April 21, 2014 /CNW/ – Informatica Security, Canada’s leading provider of data protection and privacy risk assessments announced that Heartbleed vulnerability analysis is now included by default in its Verify™ IT security audits. The comprehensive, 21-stage verification adds the ability to detect infected spam servers and privacy breaches, protecting reputations, bringing cost savings and

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cybersecurity
Claudiu Popa

QR Code Security – Are we ready to discuss the risks?

The Quick Response codes we see on everything from movie posters to business cards are becoming the ubiquitous contact links of an entire new generation of mobile devices and the people who use them. Originally invented in Asia at the end of the last millennium (circa 1994 Japan, actually), these matrix or 2D (two-dimensional) barcodes

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