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When hacking becomes big business.
Do business prospects and opportunities outweigh political and security risks for firms?
Vulnerability on the rise.
The list of the most common – and therefore, worst – passwords of 2015 has been published and demonstrates that our approach to password management has not improved.
Forgotten or abandoned accounts on social networks can be a goldmine for identifying personal information about someone whether for spear phishing, password cracking attempts or social engineering.
We want to encourage our clients and contacts to share their views on Kroll with their peers in the 2016 Best of the National Law Journal’s Reader Choice Survey.
Study after study finds that employees are regularly using services like iCloud, Microsoft OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive), Google Cloud, Dropbox and many other similar offerings to store corporate data in the cloud.
The basic objective of any internal investigation is to gather sufficient information to determine the facts of what actually happened. We've compiled 12 basic principles for effective and properly-conducted internal investigations, some with particular applicability to the university context.
On January 13, FinCEN issued orders that require title insurance companies to identify the natural persons behind companies used to pay “all cash” for luxury residential real estate in Manhattan and Miami-Dade County in Florida.