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Government May Step Into Security Fray

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Prospect is frightening for vendors and security experts who remember battles over governmental regulation of cryptography

Microsoft Seeks to Build Trust in Software

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Microsoft on Tuesday outlined a broad framework for building trust in software that company officials hope will help improve the security and privacy of the world's computer systems.

Shattering Windows Past

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So he did it. Bill Gates finally said goodbye to the DOS prompt. Gates drew cheers as he ceremoniously exited from the command-based operating system during the launch party for XP, the latest version of Windows.

Beefing Up Security With a Human Firewall

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Juan Diaz Pinales made only one demand when he signed on as information security manager of Doral Financial: that he report directly to the CEO.

Managed Security Services Take Hold

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Traditionally, managed security offerings have amounted to little more than a managed firewall or VPN. But as companies in all industries demand a wider variety of more useful and innovative services as a way to cut costs and improve security, outsourcers

FBI to Discuss Packet Tapping

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The FBI and its consultant, Telcordia Technologies, are holding a closed meeting with telecommunications carriers and vendors in Tucson, Ariz., this week to detail "law enforcement needs" for wiretapping packet data on the Internet.

Redmond Should Stop Playing the Blame Game

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Unfortunately, software vendors and developers have an enormous incentive to treat security as a public relations issue rather than a technical one.

Can You Keep a Secret?

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Show your customers how to develop Internet privacy policies before real problems arise.

On Alert

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Call Terry Benzel an unwilling prophet of potential disaster.

Weaker Variant of Nimda on the Loose

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Anti-virus experts say that PE_Nimda.E is unlikely to even approach the level of infection achieved by the original version of Nimda.

Killing the Messenger

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All of us, at some point in our lives, have blamed someone else for a mistake we made. But in the end, we realized what we did was wrong.

Privacy Battle Lines Drawn

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America's next civil war will be fought on the Internet, and the fundamental values in question will be the right to privacy versus the need for national security.

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