Heartland

It Really Wasn’t Your Fault

You may have seen a headline about a huge identity theft ring being busted. http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE57G4GC20090817 There are a lot of things people can do to be safer online, but in this case it wasn’t about your computer being hacked. Whenever you use a credit card or a debit card there is information that can potentially

Heartland and Shadowlands

This is a follow-up up to my previous blog regarding the price of data loss. Heartland Payment Systems lost another 30% share value a few days ago (actually, 25th February, but it’s been a busy week!) – down to $5.34/share (at the beginning of 2009 – prior to the breach they were between $16-$18 per

Enough to Break your Heartland: Fraud and Malware

MSNBC put up some interesting comment on the Heartland security breach. Since they’ve put some emphasis on the involvement of malware in the breach, it’s worth making a few points. * Heartland was PCI compliant when the breach occurred. The PCI DSS v1.2 Requirement #5.1.1 states: “Ensure that all anti-virus programs are capable of detecting,

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