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Few Tapped for Input on Bush Cyber-Strategy

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Lawmakers who would be instrumental in making the plan work said they have had no direct input in its crafting.

Feds Pitch Cyber-Fence

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Strategy calls for best practices now, hints at greater changes later.

Wireless Spec No Security Elixir

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Experts warn that 802.1x has unresolved problems and should not be considered a panacea for the security ills plaguing wireless LANs.

Making Application Security EASI

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Hitachi says EASI Express tool enables software developers to easily build security into apps.

Check Point, IntruVert, Okena Join Forces

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The security alliance presents a formidable combination of technologies and marketing power.

Flaw or Not, Microsoft to Patch Services Problem

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While claiming it is a design problem, not a flaw, Microsoft nevertheless is working on patches for services within Windows that run with inappropriately high privileges.

SG800 Inspects Port 80 Web Traffic

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CacheFlow appliance good for mid- to large-size organizations.

GeekSpeak: September 2, 2002

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Usenix security has latest in security research.

Security Overhaul to Postpone SQL Server

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Top-to-bottom code review delays beta version of 'Yukon'.

New Privacy Czar on Way

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As part of the Bush administration's security strategy, spearheaded by the PCIPB's Richard Clarke, a federal "privacy czar would vet all government data gathering and security initiatives for potential privacy problems.

Bush to U.S. Colleges: Send in the CIOs

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Security plan calls for designees to aid feds in collecting, sharing data.

Liberty Alliance Ranks Swell

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More than two dozen new organizations have joined the alliance, including Sprint and the Internet2 consortium.

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