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The Buzz: February 3, 2003

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Richard Clarke, the president's top information security adviser, plans to retire within the next month.

Standards Will Fill Holes in WEP Authentication and Encryption

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Wireless networking standards initiatives go several steps beyond WEP to provide WLAN security.

Laborious Updates Leave SQL Databases Unpatched

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The patches that could have stopped last week's attack on Microsoft Corp. database software were so difficult to install or so poorly publicized that some of Microsoft's own database administrators failed to install them.

Wireless LAN Lockdown

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Wireless gear will make it onto your network one way or another; stay secure by taking the right steps now.

Security App Modeled After Immune System

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Start-up Sana Security looked to the human immune system in developing its new application security platform.

Former NIPC Director Joins CSC

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Ronald Dick will serve as CSC's director of information assurance strategic initiatives.

U.K. Adopts Microsofts Security Program

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Government Security Program gives the U.K. government access to Windows source code and prescriptive guidance on security assurance.

SAP Takes on Homeland Security

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New Security Resource Management platform integrates people, processes and technology at public agencies.

As Clarke Leaves, Boards Future Uncertain

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How will the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board fit in the new homeland security department?

Slammer Worm Raises Bigger Security Questions

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Wrath of the Slammer worm brings into question a controversial, but common, practice among security researchers.

Clarke Leaving Security Post

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Richard Clarke, the president's top information security adviser, is planning to retire within the next month.

Security Vendor Cuts Ties With CERT

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Prominent security vendor NGS says CERT gave advance notice of vulnerabilties to vendors, government officials.

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