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Feeling Insecure

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Securing the Internet infrastructure that underpins corporate America has taken on a new urgency - some even call it a panic - as the nation moves deeper into its war on terrorism.

Thinking Like a Terrorist

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The latest strategies IT managers are considering to protect their infrastructures from possible attacks go well beyond computer hardware.

Providers Take On Security

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NAI and Symantec have long been the go-to vendors for IT managers looking for everything from anti-virus software to enterprise-class firewalls. But now some longtime NAI and Symantec customers increasingly are looking to other vendors and security servic

Network Security is Now National Security

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Much of the planet is now entangled in a completely new kind of armed conflict, in which civilians and civilian infrastructure are both targets and weapons, "front lines" don't exist, and identifying the enemy is 99 percent of the battle.

Combating DDoS Dangers

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As startup Mazu Networks readies TrafficMasterEnforcer, CEO assesses threat posed by attacks.

Safety Monitors

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The challenge of a business launch is nothing new for Al Decker and Rebecca Whitener.

Security Not in the Cards

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If your only tool is a hammer, it's often said, all problems look like nails. What, then, does the world look like to someone who owns a hammer factory?

IE: Privacy Protocol Problem

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An Internet privacy standard, as implemented in Microsoft's recently released Internet Explorer 6 browser, is causing headaches for some Net companies.

FBI Gaining Net Rights

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The government is reportedly working to create an aggressive and comprehensive Internet eavesdropping capability that could fundamentally alter the landscape of privacy - and cost businesses a bundle.

Beyond Carnivore: FBI Eyes Packet Taps

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Expect the FBI to expand its Internet wiretapping program, says a source familiar with the plan.

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