Abstract: This report assesses the impact disclosure of data breaches has on the total returns and volatility of the affected companies' stock, with a focus on the results relative to the performance of the firms' peer industries, as represented through selected indices rather than the market as a whole. Financial performance is considered over a range of dates from 3 days post-breach through 6 months post-breach, in order to provide a longer-term perspective on the impact of the breach announcement.
.@PogoWasRight you have been beating this drum and saying this for a long time now... years. "report reveals they are instead 'frequently ignored or misunderstood". Now u have a report! ;) https://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/3024702/hackerone-2018-hacker-report…
One in four ethical hackers have not reported a vulnerability that they found because the company didn’t have a channel to disclose it.
That’s according to HackerOne’s ‘2018 Hacker Report‘, which surveyed 1,698 members of the hacking community – making it the largest documented survey ever conducted of the ethical hacking community.
One of the standout discoveries was that almost 25 per cent of respondents said they were unable to disclose a security flaw because the bug-ridden company in question lacked a vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP).
This doesn’t mean the hackers don’t try – with HackerOne noting that many attempt to contact firms via social media and email but are “frequently ignored or misunderstood.”
Plan would eventually mandate every retail business in Detroit with late-night hours to have surveillance cameras
City will start with requiring camera systems for businesses open midnight-4 a.m.
City will then move to businesses open after 10 p.m.
Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration is moving forward with a plan to eventually mandate every retail business in Detroit with late-night hours have surveillance cameras tied into Project Green Light, the Detroit Police Department’s real-time crime monitoring system credited with a decrease in carjackings and overall crime around participating businesses.
In an interview Wednesday with Crain’s, Duggan said he will ask City Council later this year to mandate Project Green Light high-definition video systems for all retail businesses open after 10 p.m.
An Indian River County man feels his privacy was violated after he captured Vero Beach police disconnecting a surveillance camera outside his front door.
Police were investigating a crime the man says he had nothing to do with.
Vero Beach Police Chief David Currey stands by his officers’ actions.