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Procedure is Key to Good Security

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eLABorations: It's important to have a plan in place because products focus on performance, not on foiling attacks

PGP Flaw Affects Microsoft Outlook

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Flaw in popular Desktop Security plug-in may affect users of Microsoft's Outlook mail client.

iPlanet Web Server Vulnerable to Attackers

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Buffer overrun vulnerability gives a remote attacker the ability to run arbitrary code on vulnerable machines.

Homeland Security Plan Draws Criticism

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Government watchdogs say plan gives feds too much power over computer networks and information security.

The Hierarchy of Needs in High Tech

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Uncertainty multiplies even esoteric threats, while clear needs get short shrift.

Net Might Need Help From Feds

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We need something. The current situation clearly isn't working.

Its Time to Abandon Insecure Languages

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We must switch to writing security-sensitive code.

Whos Watching Whom?

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Security flap erupts over reporting of flaw in Apache server; dispute points to need for uniform policy, experts say.

Survey: IT Embracing Security

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The defenses that security administrators are putting up around their networks appear to be reducing the number of intrusions.

Extreme Personalization Is Scariest Part of Minority Report

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eLABorations: Today's innocuous profiling could become tomorrow's tech-driven attack on privacy.

Shuttling Between Cities for Sparsely Filled Shows

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Even tech trade show organizers are not immune to the hurdles facing enterprise IT staffs, thought the Puss as he jetted back to Beantown from TechXNY in New York last week.

IT Pros Living in Fear of Major Cyber-Attack

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BSA survey: security experts see U.S. Government as quarry.

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