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EDS Eyes Air Travel Security

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Integrated biometric, smart-card, complex data management services respond to airport/airline needs.

Zeroing in on Security Administration

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NetScreen's Global Pro apps ease configuration of firewall, VPN devices.

Gaps in Security Plan

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Microsoft's vulnerability-handling plan is a good start but may end up being insufficient as the specter of government regulation of Internet security looms, according to security experts.

IBM Expands Security Consulting Practice

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IBM announces a broad expansion of its security consulting practice, including a partnership with Kroll Inc. for physical security assessments and protection.

Top Execs Say Their Enterprises Arent Ready for Security Attacks

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CEOs and other corporate executives perceive their companies as unprepared to contend with, and are vulnerable to, security breaches, according to a study by KPMG LLC.

Ballmer Defiant on Security

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Microsoft "stands tall" on IT security issues, while IBM lacks a plan and Sun's approach is "unconscionable," according to Steve Ballmer.

5 Steps to Enterprise Security - Step 1: Assessment

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The first step in securing the enterprise is assessment--knowing where and what your vulnerabilities are, both from technical and social standpoints.

Microsofts Grand Security Plan

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Microsoft Security Response Center's Scott Culp discusses why his company is taking the lead in coming up with a standard for Internet security.

Read the Dot-Com Ashes to Build Better Biz

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Here's some advice. Before you embark on an e-commerce project or an upgrade to your e-mail system or corporate Web portal, wait a few weeks.

5 Steps to Enterprise Security - Step 2: Prevention

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The second step is prevention: Now that you know what your weaknesses are, eWEEK Labs will tell you how to shore them up to help ensure business continuity.

pcAnywhere Is XP-compatible

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Symantec's pcAnywhere Version 10.5 is now compatible with Windows XP and has added some valuable security refinements.

NEC to Debut Pocket PC-Based Handheld

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NEC Computers Inc. later today will introduce a handheld computer based on Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC operating system.

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