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New Global Study Reveals Majority of Visual Hacking Attempts Are Successful

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New Global Study Reveals Majority of Visual Hacking Attempts Are Successful

ST. PAUL, Minn.–(Business Wire)–Organizations around the world are at risk of sharing highly sensitive information through visual hacking in business office environments. This risk was revealed in the 2016 Global Visual Hacking Experiment, an expansion of the 2015 Visual Hacking

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Creating Classroom Arts Centers: Visual Art

In any arts integrated classroom, implementing arts integration strategies, aligning content standards organically with standards in the fine arts, and crafting quality arts integrated lessons is key. However, there is room to allow for open-ended, […]

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New Study Exposes Visual Hacking as Under-Addressed Corporate Risk

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

 Powered by Max Banner Ads ST. PAUL, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–While most security professionals focus on thwarting data breaches from high-tech cyber attacks, a new study exposes visual hacking, a low-tech method used to capture sensitive, confidential and private information for unauthorized use, as an under-addressed corporate risk. The 3M Visual Hacking Experiment, conducted by Ponemon Institute on behalf of the Visual Privacy Advisory Council and 3M Company, a leading manufacturer of privacy filters, found that in nearly nine out of ten attempts (88 percent), a white hat hacker was able to visually hack sensitive company information, such as employee access and login credentials, that could potentially put a company at risk for a much larger data breach. “In today’s world of spear phishing, it is important for data security professionals not to ignore low-tech threats, such as visual hacking,” says Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of Ponemon Institute. “A hacker often only needs one piece of valuable information to unlock a large-scale data breach. This study exposes both how simple it is for a hacker to obtain sensitive data using only visual means, as well as employee carelessness with company information and lack of awareness to data security threats.” During the study, […]

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