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Tool Measures W2K Security

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Administrators who want to measure how well their Windows 2000 servers are secured will find a free security scanner from the not-for-profit Center for Internet Security a real help.

IBMs Pearson: Time to Tackle Privacy Is Now

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Recently, IBM formed a first-of-its-kind Privacy Management Council, to examine the technologies and management practices that will be needed to protect consumer privacy.

IBM, Loudcloud Expand Security Offerings

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In an effort to capitalize on the interest in all things security, IBM and Loudcloud Inc. last week announced expanded security service offerings, with an emphasis on vulnerability assessment and intrusion detection.

5 Steps to Enterprise Security - Step 3: Detection

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Human touch turns log files into leads that block attacks on IT.

Security Has to Make Sense

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Perhaps the worst thing about the post-Sept. 11 environment is the abandonment of cost-benefit analysis, or any analysis at all, in the rush to prove that one has taken every possible precaution.

E-mail Worm Wreaks Havoc Over Holiday Weekend

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Known as Badtrans.B, the virus infects PCs through several methods, but the most troubling aspect of the new worm is its ability to install a keystroke logger and a backdoor Trojan

Security Firms Scrutinize .Net Code

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The review, conducted by Foundstone Inc. and Core Security Technologies, included a study of all of the platform's inherent security capabilities, such as code-access security, role-based and evidence-based security and the use of cryptography

Microsofts Latest Security Stab: Online Quiz

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Microsoft on Tuesday launched a new Web-based tool designed to help Internet users set their level of online privacy.

Zeroing in on Security Administration

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

An Eye on Biometrics

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Panasonic device lowers point of entry, but iris recognition is still nascent.

EDS Eyes Air Travel Security

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

Think of Security as More Than a Cost Center

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Intrusion detection and security management is rightly seen as a cost center, but with the right blend of tools and imagination, the costs can be leveraged to reveal significant performance management gains.

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