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Dean ProcterTransinteract - Sydney

Few New Risks At Large But Large Risk

31 July 2009  |  2423 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

On the IT front I can't report any real increase in the level of risks out there. With a couple of conventions on at the moment we could get a few new exploits, but they don't really effect the general risk level, after all, the horse has bolted and that data just isn't going to come back, except as fraud. Could it get any worse? Not if the smart...

TagsRisk & regulation
Matt WhiteFinextra - London

Nyse network data exposed on unsecured server

29 July 2009  |  3619 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

Another day, another example of sloppy security. Wired reports that sensitive information about the New York Stock Exchange's network has been lying around on an unsecured server for about a year. On the server were "directories of files containing logs, server names, IP addresses, lists of hardware, lists of software versions running on t...

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