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Feds Called to Shoulder More of Security Load

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Microsoft top security exec Scott Charney says the government should take more responsibility for the security and integrity of the nation's critical infrastructure.

XJack Technology Cuts Battery Drain

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3Com's 11M-bps WI-FI PC Card with XJack antenna, the latest addition to the company's wireless access card line, offers power and security enhancements.

New IDS Tools Automate Response

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New security event management products are on tap that could eliminate the need for host-based intrusion detection systems by not only detecting intrusions but by also responding to them.

ASIC-Based Box Safeguards Web Servers

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Designed to prevent attackers from ever getting a shot at Web servers, tool relies on the largest security ASIC ever built, say officials at NetContinuum Inc.

Bush Calls for Homeland Security Bill

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President Bush on Thursday called on Congress to make the Homeland Security bill the legislators' top priority.

OASIS Ratifies SAML Spec

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SAML support is already included in the products of many security vendors.

Feds Getting IT Together

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The heads of several federal security organizations are holding high-level security meetings to coordinate activities and improve information sharing.

Open-Source Security Deemed Big Drawing Card for Customers

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Security is becoming one of the main drivers behind the adoption of open-source software in the enterprise and government, according to security experts and CIOs who gathered here for Red Hat Inc.'s Open Source Security Summit.

Career Coach - 6

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No company will hire me without hands-on security experience. But I can't get experience without getting hired. What can I do?

Unbreakable Crypto: Who Needs It?

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Startup MagiQ Technologies is working on a device that uses quantum cryptography to encode keys on existing high-speed networks, but cryptographers say system holds little value for enterprises.

Microsoft Patches Windows, IIS Flaws

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Critical flaw in the PPTP implementation in Windows 2000 and XP could be used to crash remote servers.

Feds Release Guidelines for Securing IT

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New federal guidelines for securing computer systems and networks were released for comment on Tuesday.

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