AOH :: IS1935.HTM

contest: Find The Oldest Known Data Loss Incident!




contest: Find The Oldest Known Data Loss Incident!
contest: Find The Oldest Known Data Loss Incident!



Forwarded from: security curmudgeon 

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Shettler 
Subject: [Dataloss] contest: Find The Oldest Known Data Loss Incident!

Announcing our first ever contest, generously sponsored by CREDANT, AON 
TechShield, Arcsight, ITAC Sentinel, and StrikeForce Technologies, Inc.

Find and submit the oldest data loss incidents you can, and you might 
get some great prizes in the process!

See this link for full contest details: 
http://datalossdb.org/oldest_incidents_contest 

First, a little history about the competition: In 2005, the Open 
Security Foundation launched the Oldest Vulnerability contest for one of 
our other projects, the Open Source Vulnerability Database, and from it 
came vulnerabilities dating back as far as 1965.

Submissions will be accepted starting at midnight CST, April 1st, 2009 
through 11:59pm CST, May 15th, 2009.

Incidents must have resulted in a breach of Personally Identifiable 
Information (PII). Specifically, incidents must have resulted in the 
loss of one or more of the below:

  * Social Security Numbers (or National ID)
  * Credit Card Numbers
  * Bank Account Numbers
  * Medical Records

First Prize goes to the oldest incident found, and consists of:

  * A Mac Mini - Valued at $599.00
  * $250.00 USD American Express Gift Card
  * Plus More...

There are also second and third prizes, so please visit:

http://datalossdb.org/oldest_incidents_contest 

If you have any questions about this contest that are not answered on 
the contest page or in this email, please contact curators at 
datalossdb.org

With that said, please DO NOT REPLY DIRECTLY TO THIS EMAIL.  Mail the 
curators@ address.  All replies to this email or sent to the dataloss@ 
address will be rejected, quite possibly with a snarky comment, 
finger-pointing, and giggling.


_______________________________________________      
Best Selling Security Books and More!
http://www.shopinfosecnews.org/ 

Site design & layout copyright © 1986-2014 CodeGods