Content to help you market EncryptStick
Please check out a selection of  headlines on IT security which we hope should help you promote EncryptStick. At the very least these headlines should give you some ideas on articles to write about information security which you can use to highlight EncyptStick. [And how EncyptStick is a solution for complete IT/information security].
- Cyber crime is the fastest growing crime today according to the Federal Trade Commission.
- Cyber crime cost $67 billion dollars in 2009.
- Over 90% of all companies experience data breach in one form or another.
- Cyber thieves attack individuals, corporations and institutions, no one is safe.
- Social networking sites have become fertile playground for hackers and cyber criminals.
- More than 11 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year.
- In the UK one cyber crime is committed every 10 seconds.
- Protect your client’s electronic information, it’s the law.
- Sensitive laptops stolen from Fla. [a health insurance provider] exposes over 200,000. Feb 2010.
- Payroll processing firm Ceridian Corp. hacked – Feb 2010.
- Hackers access Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission database – Feb 2010.
- Laptop containing UCSF medical school patient information stolen – February 2010.
- Thief steals 57 hard drives from BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee – January 2010.
- Financial services firm notifies 1.2 million of data breach – January 2010.
- An external drive containing the sensitive data of thousands of patients was stolen from an employee of health insurance provider Kaiser Permanent - January 2010.
- A hacker recently accessed a computer server hosting the online banking system of Long Island, N.Y.-based Suffolk County National Bank (SCNB), putting thousands of customer's login information at risk. –January 2010.
- A hacker accessed the computer network of Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash., placing sensitive student information at risk like Social Security numbers and birth dates for 130,000.
- Protecting Customers’ Personal Information Is Not An Option, But Legal Obligation.
- Study Puts Identity Theft Cost at $54B in 2009.
- Research firm Javelin estimates that more than 11 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year, a 12 percent increase that led to tens of billions of dollars in costs.
- Identity Theft Is No. 1 Consumer Complaint – according to the Federal Trade Commission.
- Medical Identity Theft Could Mean Life or Death to Its Victims - HealthNewsDigest.com. The survey also stated that 50 percent of large hospitals experienced at least one data breach in 2009.
- Shell has been hit by a massive data breach - the contact database for 176,000 staff and contractors at the firm has been copied and forwarded to lobbyists and activists opposed to the company. Feb 16, 2010.
- Firewalls are not enough…..According to Richard Kirk, UK Director for Fortify Software because a firewall provides a gateway for users to explore the outside world, it becomes the very doorway by which hackers gain entry.
- Hackers broke into computer systems at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts recently, stealing sensitive customer data.
- Medical identity theft is a rising problem in Nevada, and, once a thief gets enough information they can pretend to be you and get services in your name, even medical care.
- Data security company Imperva warns that hackers have transformed and automated their attacks to make them more efficient and boost the profitability of their scams.
- Imperva, the data security leader, today released a new report warning that hackers have become industrialized and represent an exponentially increased threat to individuals, organizations and Government.
- Symantec's 2010 Enterprise Security study found that 75% of organizations globally experienced cyber attacks in the past 12 months.
- Symantec says 42% of organizations now rate security as their top concern, more than natural disasters, terrorism and traditional crime combined.
- Identity crime is on the rise as criminals become cyber savvy and fish around on social networking sites for personal information, experts say.
- Lockheed Martin plans to find new methods to predict and prevent wide-scale cyber attacks carried out to compromise classified information and passwords.
- HSBC was fined £3m by the Financial Services Authority for failing to properly look after its customers' information and private data, as such breaches led to at least two losses of customer data.
- Hackers made off with at least 285 million electronic records in 2008. - A new study by Verizon Communications Inc.
- Hackers broke into computer systems at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts recently, stealing sensitive customer data in 2009 and 2010.
- 500,000 members of BlueCross and BlueShield of Tennessee affected by data breach.
- FBI finds 90% of firms hit by Cybercrime.
- Cybercriminals still consider hotels easy targets for credit card info.
- Major International Hacker Pleads Guilty for Massive Attack on U.S. Retail and Banking Networks.
- Hackers had intercepted and stolen around 50 million credit cards from TJ Maxx retail store in 2008.
You should also find the documents below of help/interest:
Onix International Affiliate Program Presentation:*To learn more about the Onix International affiliate program please download a PowerPoint presentation*here.
Paid Search Publishers:*If you're a paid search publisher check out suggested keyword lists to help you get started building/adding to your master keyword list*here.
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