Lessons from Michael’s data breach

Patrick Turiano | VIEW PROFILE

May 28, 2011

Patrick Turiano |

The Michael’s data breach tells us that the hackers are alive and well and will continue to find creative ways to steal card data.  But smaller merchants shouldn’t be lulled into a sense of safety just because the most recent breaches hit large and mega brands....

PlayStation Opens Users Up To More Than Online Gaming

Patrick Turiano | VIEW PROFILE

May 3, 2011

Patrick Turiano |

Decades ago video games were simpler. They cost a quarter to play, had basic graphics and were defined by yellow characters that ate blue dots and fruits, or something similar. And despite what leaders in a few select towns thought, the games were harmless.Those days...

Like gas, the price of a data breach is rising

Markiyan Malko | VIEW PROFILE

March 11, 2011

Markiyan Malko |

Depending on where you live in the United States, gas is reaching the $4 or $5 a gallon mark. That’s peanuts compared to the price of a data breach for a U.S. company. The cost associated with a data breach is now $7.2 million on average per organization that suffers a...

Henry Helgeson Debates About Card Data Security Responsibilities in Network World Online

February 11, 2010

On February 11, 2010, Network World featured Co-CEO of Merchant Warehouse, Henry Helgeson and Phil Lieberman of Lieberman Software in a Tech Debate on who should be held accountable for ensuring the necessary security measures are taken to prevent data breaches like that of...