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Re: [Dataloss] Tracking consequences of data loss
From: B.K. DeLong (bkdelongpobox.com)
Date: Wed Oct 11 2006 - 13:30:51 CDT
On 10/11/06, Al Mac <macwheel99sigecom.net> wrote:
> There is also a web of lawsuits associated with trying to recover the
> of re-issuing credit and debit card accounts.
Besides ChoicePoint, what others?
Another follow-up I would like to see is which of these places were
> (a) governed by some security mandate that they violated (which ones) ...
> various gov regulations by industry, such as on this
> list http://www.unbeatenpathintl.com/ITstandards/source/1.html
Right......and PCI, FISA, FFIEC. With any luck there's probably a list out
there that lists some of the companies in DLDOS that are subject to all of
these that could simply be imported in. I think a lot of it is up to
(c) illiterate about security standards
I'm not sure how scientifically measurable this is. ;)
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