Tagged as: #jpmorgan

16 Feb
2015

Finance Industry Needs Tokenization, Fast

Finance Industry Needs Tokenization, Fast The JP Morgan/Chase data breach set off breach alarms around the world. Widely considered the most well secured financial network, or at least they spend more money than most financial institutions, and yet they were powerless to defend against one of the larger data breaches

04 Feb
2015

What Did We Learn in Data Security in 2014?

What Did We Learn in Data Security in 2014? We learned that 2014 was the year of the data breach with over 761 data breaches exposing hundreds of millions of records. Target, Home Depot, UC Berkley, JP Morgan, and the list goes on and on of the high-profile organizations that were

29 Oct
2014

Can You Afford A Data Breach?

Can You Afford A Data Breach? Companies, and the industry overall, want to associate a dollar amount to a data breach.  It’s a benchmark on how bad the data breach was in terms that all organizations can understand, the almighty dollar.  The Ponemon Institute, an independent breach research organization, calculates

22 Sep
2014

Breaches in The Financial Sector Have Retailers on High Alert

Breaches in The Financial Sector Have Retailers on High Alert – TokenEx Provides an Omnichannel Security Solution Jewel-Osco, Home Depot, JP Morgan have joined the throngs of other companies who have been breached. All of the most expensive hardware, monitoring systems, and preparedness could not overcome the craftiness of cyber

03 Sep
2014

JP Morgan Breached, Again – Ucard Program Targeted

JP Morgan Breached, Again – Ucard Program Targeted JP Morgan was breached for the second time in 2 years with their Ucard program being the center of the attack. 2013’s attack led to 50,000 people being exposed, while the current attack numbers are still being tabulated. Forensics and numbers are