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IM Interoperability Hits Entanglements

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Business and security issues remain after AOL, Lotus test SIMPLE protocol.

Micromuse Extends Netcools Reach

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Network management provider Micromuse Inc. last week announced plans to launch a security management initiative that will leverage the scalability of its Netcool event handler to centralize security management.

Individual Privacy Is Endangered Species

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Individual privacy, whether that of a person browsing online, employees at work, medical patients or banking patrons, is increasingly being treated like a rowdy churl best tossed into the gutter, rather than a basic right to be handled with the utmost res

Linuxworld Letdown: Loose Security

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The buzz at Linuxworld in New York last week was security-or, rather, the conspicuous lack thereof.

Novell Joins Liberty Alliance

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Novell Inc. on Monday joined the Liberty Alliance Project single sign-on effort, adding yet another marquee name to what is shaping up to be a partisan fight over the future of identity management on the Web.

Microsoft Gets New Security Chief

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Former PricewaterhouseCoopers security and cybercrime specialist Scott Charney is named the company's new chief security strategist.

Microsoft: Fix Privacy at All Costs

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Speaking to a group of privacy and security officers at the Privacy and Data Security Summit here Friday, Richard Microsoft¡¯s corporate privacy officer outlined an extensive privacy program that requires every department to survey itself on a

IT Workers Edgy About Workplace Security

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Even though IT workers don't think employers do enough to ensure their personal safety or workplace security, they spurn any security measures that might cramp their personal lives, such as frequently changing computer passwords, according to a recent sur

Zero-Knowledge Introduces Enterprise Privacy Manager

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Zero-Knowledge Systems, Inc., on Thursday introduced its new Enterprise Privacy Management software, a kind of knowledge discovery system for privacy policies.

Trusted Sender Blocks Spam

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A new online privacy initiative is designed to protect consumers from receiving unwanted or malicious e-mail.

Security Threats—The Peaks and the Valleys

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A new report finds that security threats concentrate themselves in certain industries and in certain countries.

Novell Unveils SecureAccess

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Novell Inc. wants to be the only place enterprises need to go for security software.

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