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The Wall Street Journal: Companies Hire Ethical Hackers to Dupe Employees; Crutches as Props

In a front page story in today’s Wall Street Journal, Trustwave’s Practice Manager for Physical Security and Social Engineering Ryan Jones discusses tactics ethical hackers use to demonstrate to companies how cybercriminals may break into their systems. Jones has more than 15 years of experience in network and physical security. In the story, which also includes a photograph of Jones in one of his many undercover uniforms, Jones reveals how he has successfully gained access to data centers, warehouses and executive suites.

Now an iBook! 2013 Trustwave Global Security Report

The report reveals eye-opening findings about global data breaches and security trends. Throughout 2012, Trustwave compiled data from 450 global data breach investigations, more than 2,500 penetration tests, as well as extensive research and analysis of zero-day security threats, Web application attacks, network and vulnerability scans, and malicious websites.

Infographic: Keep the Bad Stuff Out, Keep the Good Stuff In

During the past year, 90% of organizations experienced the loss of sensitive or confidential documents, whether through a breach, or through a compromised or careless employee. And customer records made up 98% of the data exposed - everything from credit card numbers to personally identifiable information.

Threat Trends Webinars Highlight Latest Security Research

It’s clear from the customer conversations we’ve been having so far in 2013 that IT and security organizations around the world are really getting things into high gear - rolling up their sleeves and getting ready to evaluate or implement the technology solutions that will help them better secure their organizations in 2013.