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Sonicwall, Certicom Laying Off Work Forces, Restructuring

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SonicWall Inc. and Certicom Corp. last week announced major layoffs and corporate restructurings, continuing a trend that has seen several major security vendors reshuffle their organizations in recent weeks.

New Way to Nab Hackers

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Two security vendors will announce intrusion detection system products that eschew the traditional signature-based approach to intrusion detection in favor of behavior monitoring and anomaly detection.

Shakeups Abound at Security Firms

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SonicWall Inc. and Certicom Corp., Tuesday announced major layoffs and corporate restructurings, continuing a trend that has seen several major security vendors reshuffle their organizations in recent weeks.

CAs New Reorg Keys on Security

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Computer Associates is refocusing again, this time toward security. For a company with roots in mainframe and systems management software, it's a risky gambit.

Web Services Security Tightens

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At the heart of two tools that will be unveiled this week is SAML, a standard that promises to ease the exchange of credentials on the Web.

MS Charney Must Make Security Job One

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Interview: Microsoft's chief security strategist, Scott Charney, discusses the challenges he faces in his new position.

An End to Personal Privacy on the Web?

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eLABorations: Is the Online Personal Privacy Act even worse for the public than Senator Holling's previous bill?

NAI Investigates Accounting Inaccuracies

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Network Associates Inc. has discovered some accounting inaccuracies in its 1999 and 2000 financial statements and has begun an internal investigation into the matter.

Can Security, Privacy Coexist?

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We knew on Sept. 11 that the world had changed and that the effects of the terrorist attacks would be significant and long lasting. Some people are trying to forget the attacks, but many others can never forget.

Forensics Web Site a Must-See

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Having trouble with DoS attacks? Want to figure out a way to see who's behind them or at least track down the source?

Trouble-Spotting in Windows

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Microsoft's Baseline Security Advisor, released last week, is mainly an interface shell for its command-line HFNet-Check tool.

Tool Runs Apps Concurrrently

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Most security appliances can handle only one job at a time, but a new appliance from Crossbeam Systems Inc. can keep multiple balls in the air.

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