Finally, we have some real hard data on how often identity theft occurs. Today, Debix (full disclosure, I have a small financial interest) published the largest study ever on identity theft. Debix combed though the 2007 Q4 data on over 250 thousand of their subscribers and found that there was approximately a 1% attempted fraud…Read More Debix Publishes Data on Identity Theft
One of the reasons that airline passengers sit on the tarmac for hours before takeoff is how the FAA Department of Transportation measures “on time departures.” The on time departure is measured by push-back from the gate, not wheels leaving the tarmac. (Airlines argue that the former is in their control.) If you measure the…Read More Are We Measuring the Right Things?
Unfortunately, this was easy to see coming.Read More Empiricism
Gregory Fleischer saw my Shmoo talk, and was kind enough to tell me when he found breaches in SEC reports: At your Shmoocon talk you mentioned that you had difficulty finding SEC filings related to security breaches. I was doing some research and came across several SEC filings that discuss security breaches. Generally, these items…Read More Breaches in SEC Reports