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Combating DDoS Dangers

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As startup Mazu Networks readies TrafficMasterEnforcer, CEO assesses threat posed by attacks.

Safety Monitors

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The challenge of a business launch is nothing new for Al Decker and Rebecca Whitener.

IE: Privacy Protocol Problem

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An Internet privacy standard, as implemented in Microsoft's recently released Internet Explorer 6 browser, is causing headaches for some Net companies.

FBI Gaining Net Rights

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The government is reportedly working to create an aggressive and comprehensive Internet eavesdropping capability that could fundamentally alter the landscape of privacy - and cost businesses a bundle.

Beyond Carnivore: FBI Eyes Packet Taps

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Expect the FBI to expand its Internet wiretapping program, says a source familiar with the plan.

Westcon Distributes Secure Computing Gear

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Offers firewall, authentication products to resellers

Berger, Woolsey Call For Inter-Agency Data Sharing

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Former security officials Berger, Woolsey say that integrating data between federal agencies has taken on a new degree of importance since Sept. 11.

Mazu Filters DDoS Attack Packets

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Mazu Networks Inc. on Monday will ship TrafficMasterEnforcer, which acts as the active filtering mechanism used to guard against distributed denial of service attacks against Web sites.

Mastermind Ballmer Ad-Libs Jhole

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El Gato was intrigued by some newspeak that Microsoft's Steve Ballmer incorporated into his Mastermind Interview at the Gartner Symposium last week in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Baltimores Survival Plan

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New CEO Khezri to put focus on 'fresh perspective on what's core' and 'structured solutions'

Supply and Demand

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Heightened awareness stemming from the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 may drive a boom in salary increases for security-savvy IT staff.

Safeguarding Branch Offices

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Symantec's Firewall/VPN 200R appliance, although a latecomer, is an able contestant in the secure branch-office connectivity playing field.

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