Are you IN? You better hope not…

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HackedInsmIn some socially ugly news, the business-focused social network LinkedIn was hacked, leading to the theft of millions of users’ passwords:

The breach is the latest in a string of high-profile hacks affecting companies and governments around the world, which have put the personal information of millions at risk.

With LinkedIn, computer security experts discovered files with some 6.4 million scrambled passwords on Tuesday, which they originally suspected belong to ...

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Virtual & Live!

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AxisGRCLogoBorderIn continuing with our visibility efforts across the nation, we’re currently wrapping up our sponsorship at this week’s GRC Summit in Boston. There have been some excellent workshops and discussions, and it has been a great opportunity to further illustrate both the benefits of our data masking solution and consulting expertise

We’ve also been running a bi-weekly webinar series, with the next session ...

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That’s Right- We’re Busy!

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SecureWorldBooth 3_29_12logoborderThe first quarter has been quite the busy time for us at Axis, with much more to come this Spring. For starters, we’ve been pretty active with some industry events. Last week we exhibited at SecureWorld Boston, and in late February we took part in DataConnectors Jacksonville. Later this month our own data masking expert Ilker Taskaya will be speaking at SOURCE Boston:

Secure ...

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David & Goliath- A PCI Story

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David_Goliath_CCardsborderThere are many people who feel PCI is ultimately a thinly-veiled credit card company scheme that makes businesses police themselves- when really, it’s to pass on the liability when credit card companies’ lax security results in a breach. This pass-the-buck-for-blame policy often leads to major fines and priceless damages for smaller businesses, and the case of Cisero’s Ristorante and Nightclub in Park City, Utah is no ...

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