SAS: How Can State Governments Battle Cybercrime?

Any business or agency that’s connected to the Internet can be a target for cyber criminals. But state governments are a particularly large bull’s eye because of the breadth of information they compile on their constituents – from birth certificates and marriage licenses, to tax records and motor vehicle data. That information is a far more valuable commodity than payment card information.

When I received notifications from Target and Neiman Marcus about their data breaches, my card issuer

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