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Data Breaches
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2012:  Looking back on major incidences…

SC suffers huge Social Security records theft
South Carolina suffers huge Social Security records theft
August: Dropbox hacked (again…)
August: Dropbox hacked (again…)
Barnes and Noble credit card machines breached, card data stolen
Barnes and Noble credit card machines breached, card data stolen
November: Hacker leaks VMware ESX kernel source code to the Web
November: Hacker leaks VMware ESX kernel source code to the Web
September: Apple's UDID leaks linked to Florida data breach, not FBI
September: Apple's UDID leaks linked to Florida data breach, not FBI
July: Yahoo password breach exposes 450,000 user logins
July: Yahoo password breach exposes 450,000 user logins

March 2012: Hackers access personal health data belonging to around 2000 patients of a Denver based health care provider for low income families, using phishing email scam.

April 2012: Insider attack at a US state department of health and human services leads to personal information of more than 225,000 Medicaid beneficiaries being leaked.

May 2012: Stolen laptop exposes personal health data of more than 2000 patients of a Massachusetts based hospital.

Research shows more attacks expected this year in the Healthcare Industry.

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2013:  Threats to expect…

The most hyped security threats aren't necessarily the most dangerous ones…most likely threats involve authentication attacks and failures, continued espionage and "hacktivism" attacks. Web application exploits are more likely to affect larger organizations—especially government agencies—rather than SMBs

2013: Threats to expect…

Hackers access bankers' info on Fed website

More than 4,000 bank executives had their personal information published on the Internet by hackers… \

We Need a More Secure World!

Findings from the Unisys Security Index

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National Vulnerability Database

Operating System Number of Vulnerabilities Date of Last Vulnerability Compromised User Data
Unisys ClearPath OS2200 0 - No
Unisys ClearPath MCP 1 12/31/2002 No
IBM zSeries 19 09/25/2012 Yes
IBM iSeries 21 06/11/2009 Yes
OpenVMS 34 09/06/2012 Yes
HP-UX 322 04/05/2012 Yes
AIX 346 10/01/2012 Yes
Unix 654 10/03/2012 Yes
Windows 3,332* 10/11/2012 Yes
Linux 3,865 10/10/2012 Yes
*5 disputed