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At a Glance

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Chicago Clearing House Association, Chicago (www.chgo.org)

Security Scramble

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Financial companies up against deadline

Does Openness Help or Hurt?

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Benefits of sharing code open to debate

Vegas Still a Good Bet for Getting News

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The sunny, 80-degree weather of the city of lost wages was a nice break for the freezing Frisky One, who bailed the late spring frost of New England last week for N+I.

Government, Companies Cracking Down on Security Lapses

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What would be more disastrous to a Fortune 500 corporation: an employee who chronically shows up late, or an employee who chronically breaks security policies and puts the company's valuable information at risk?

Analysts Downplay U.S.-China E-War

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The "hacker war" between the U.S. and China may be nothing more than a label slapped on ongoing behavior, security experts say.

NSA to Fund Secure Linux

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Just a few months after releasing code for its internal research efforts to build a more secure Linux, the National Security Agency has taken the next step to make sure the project gets completed.

Privacy.gov

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You are sitting on a cold chair in a bright room, hands cradling your forehead, trying to concentrate on the difference between the present indicative active and future indicative active tenses of the third conjugation for Latin verbs.

Top Cop Quits

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Privacy advocates rejoice

A Way to Ease Security Woes

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We all have come to take our simple household appliances for granted. Pick up the phone, make a call; put a slice of bread in the toaster, get toast; turn on the TV, veg out.

Paranoid for a Reason

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Renew your driver's license early if you live in California; you may need the unexpired one for a trip to the nearest Social Security office.

Worms Come Under Attack

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Anti-virus vendors work on technologies that will keep outbreaks such as the ILoveYou virus at bay.

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