Ponemon Institute

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Security of Cloud Computing Users: A Study of Practitioners in the US & Europe

    CA and Ponemon Institute are pleased to present the results of the Security of Cloud Computing Users study. This paper represents the first of a two-part series on security of cloud applications, infrastructure and platforms. Authors also have a second study that focuses on cloud computing providers located in the...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Security of Cloud Computing Users - A Study of Practitioners in the US & Europe

    Cloud computing is being heralded as an important trend in information technology throughout the world. Benefits for business and IT include reducing costs and increasing productivity. The downside is that many organizations are moving swiftly to the cloud without making sure that the information they put in the cloud is...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Flying Blind in the Cloud: The State of Information Governance

    Despite widespread interest in adopting cloud computing technologies, many organizations are "Flying Blind" with respect to making them secure, potentially putting their operations, intellectual property and customer information at risk. Sponsored by Symantec, Ponemon Institute independently conducted this national study, Flying Blind in the Cloud: the State of Information Governance,...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Data Loss Risks During Downsizing: As Employees Exit, so Does Corporate Data

    Whether they are losing their jobs because of the current recession or simply looking for better opportunities, there are significant numbers of people exiting their current position. In addition to the HR issues, companies should be aware of the possibility that these employees may be walking off with their sensitive...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Human Factor in Laptop Encryption: US Study

    Encryption is one of the most important security tools in the defense of information assets. Ponemon Institute has conducted numerous studies on organizations' use of encryption to prevent the loss of sensitive and confidential information. These studies have shown that encryption can be an effective deterrent. However, studies also show...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    2008 Study on the Uncertainty of Data Breach Detection in the United States

    A recent data breach involving Lending Tree, a mortgage lender, illustrates the risk posed by the malicious insider. According to reports of the breach, outside loan companies may have accessed information, including Social Security numbers between October 2006 and early 2008 and used this information to market their own mortgages...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Data Loss Risks During Downsizing: As Employees Exit, so Does Corporate Data

    Whether they are losing their jobs because of the current recession or simply looking for better opportunities, there are significant numbers of people exiting their current position. In addition to the HR issues, companies should be aware of the possibility that these employees may be walking off with their sensitive...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Human Factor in Laptop Encryption: US Study

    Encryption is one of the most important security tools in the defense of information assets. Ponemon Institute has conducted numerous studies on organizations' use of encryption to prevent the loss of sensitive and confidential information. These studies have shown that encryption can be an effective deterrent. However, studies also show...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Flying Blind in the Cloud: The State of Information Governance

    Despite widespread interest in adopting cloud computing technologies, many organizations are "Flying Blind" with respect to making them secure, potentially putting their operations, intellectual property and customer information at risk. Sponsored by Symantec, Ponemon Institute independently conducted this national study, Flying Blind in the Cloud: the State of Information Governance,...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Security of Cloud Computing Users: A Study of Practitioners in the US & Europe

    CA and Ponemon Institute are pleased to present the results of the Security of Cloud Computing Users study. This paper represents the first of a two-part series on security of cloud applications, infrastructure and platforms. Authors also have a second study that focuses on cloud computing providers located in the...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Security of Cloud Computing Users - A Study of Practitioners in the US & Europe

    Cloud computing is being heralded as an important trend in information technology throughout the world. Benefits for business and IT include reducing costs and increasing productivity. The downside is that many organizations are moving swiftly to the cloud without making sure that the information they put in the cloud is...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    2008 Study on the Uncertainty of Data Breach Detection in the United States

    A recent data breach involving Lending Tree, a mortgage lender, illustrates the risk posed by the malicious insider. According to reports of the breach, outside loan companies may have accessed information, including Social Security numbers between October 2006 and early 2008 and used this information to market their own mortgages...

    Provided By Ponemon Institute