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WLANs May Be Banned at Agencies

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The proposed National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace plans to get tough on wireless technology, saying that if secure WLANs don't exist, federal agencies shouldn't use them.

Microsoft Patches IE, Windows Holes

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Software giant releases patches for a host of vulnerabilities in several of its products, including Internet Explorer, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and XP Professional.

McAfee Accepts NAI Acquisition Offer

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After months of refusing advances from its former parent company, McAfee finally accepts NAI's acquisition offer.

Feds Give Unisys Freedom in IT Contract

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Unisys and partners will set up IT infrastructure for new U.S. transporation security agency.

User-friendly Security Should be a Higher Priority

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eLABorations: Aggravating employees can be dangerous to your systems' health

PGP Is Here to Stay

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Newly formed company PGP Corp. plans to publish source code for PGP.

Security: The Feds Can Help

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PCs should arrive with security safeguards.

Microsoft Security Under Fire

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Microsoft Corp.'s commitment to security, specifically its Trustworthy Computing initiative, is being questioned after its inaction regarding two new reports of security vulnerabilities in its products, security experts say.

How Real Is the Threat?

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As government warns of information warfare attacks, some security experts question likelihood of such terrorism.

Symbol Pushes WLAN Security

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Consortium, new tools promote interim encryption solutions.

RIM, Feds Team on Wireless Security

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Research In Motion is providing the National Security Agency with a customized version of its BlackBerry software.

Security Pair Work to Protect P2P Users

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Check Point and McAfee.com announce security initiatives that will protect users of peer-to-peer applications.

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