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Newsletters :: NYC Parents In Action
This edition covers the following four fall panel seminars; Safety Net: Security Online with Secret Service Agent Kent McCarthy; Street Smart: What Children Need To Know About Personal Safety and Asserting Themselves, co-sponsored with Resources for Children with Special Needs, and KiDS of NYU; Homework for Parents: Helping Kids Help Themselves, co-sponsored with the Manhattan JCC; Starving For Perfection: Disordered Eating and Excercise in Boys and Girls, which was co-sponsored with KiDS of NYU Foundation.
NLECTC - News Summary
Companies frequently decide against reporting network breaches to law enforcement authorities out of concern that the information will become public and stock prices will drop, but Kent McCarthy, a special agent for the U.S. Secret Service, said that the agency is committed to protecting anonymity.McCarthy also said that authorities are willing to investigate network breaches even if the incidents do not reach the $5,000 minimum-loss threshold that is required for a federal investigation.McCarthy noted that the Secret Service helped solve a network breach incident at a multibillion-dollar company where the breach did not result in a loss of money. http://www.computerworld.com/securitytopics/security/story/0,10801,100598,00.html
"A CAPPS by Any Other Name"
Wave of Long Island - Community
Special Agent Kent McCarthy, with the New York Field Office of the United States Secret Service, will speak at St. Francis de Sales School, Beach 129 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard, on Wednesday, May 17 at 7 p.m. in the school gym.
Chasing the Keystroke Capturers - CSO Alarmed
JUNE 19, 2003-Last week, as Secret Service agent Kent McCarthy and attorney Eric Friedberg closed a presentation they were giving to members of the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force, they flashed an IP address on the screen before taking questions from the audience.
Even more disturbing, however, was McCarthy
and Friedberg's advice for how CIOs and CSOs
could make sure the software wasn't installed on any of their company's PCs: by checking their system logs for the aforementioned IP address, which they indicated should not have any legitimate traffic.
ISS World 2004 : Service Providers Club Event
Â• Kent McCarthy, Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service