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Security Is at Odds With Personal Freedom

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It shouldn't take troubling times to put security at the top of everyone's mind.

Banning Encryption Tools Will Do Nothing To Hamper Terrorists

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Nothing will ever be the same.

Bigger, Bulkier Citrix Products

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Citrix Systems Inc. launched four product updates last week-two for its flagship MetaFrame series and one each for its Web portal and extranet products.

The Fact Checker

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With the nation on alert, we thought lucrative IT-related security jobs would be at a premium.

Unusual Site Has Its Advantages

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A cruise ship pier may seem an unlikely spot to serve as the ad hoc nerve center of emergency command and control. But New York chose just such a site and for a number of reasons.

VigilEnt Guards BEA WebLogic

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As I was testing BEA Systems' WebLogic for a Review in the Oct. 1 issue, I learned about PentaSafe Security Technologies' VigilEnt Security Agent for BEA WebLogic, the first app server security auditing tool I've seen.

VeriSign To Launch Secure Domains

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A technology that would make the Internet's Domain Name System hackerproof will become available to I-managers early next year - but it will still be several years before any secure DNS standards become widely used.

Hardening the Nets Defenses

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Ruminations on the future of information technology tend to be optimistic homilies, cheerful predictions of nothing but the goodness of faster, cheaper and more useful computers. The future of Internet security, however, is a much different story.

Aiming at Security

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Microsoft redoubles security efforts with its Strategic Technology Protection Program, but customers remain skeptical, claiming much of the program is just a repackaging of existing technologies.

Expansion of Power

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A House judiciary panel approve anti-terrorism legislation, but reins in many of the Bush administration's requests regarding terrorist suspect detention and notification of search warrant subjects, but leaves most of the wiretap requests intact.

Privacy May Suffer in Wake of Attacks

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The once-bright forecast for Congress to pass sweeping Internet privacy legislation is suddenly gloomy. The federal government's top privacy cop last week announced that he opposes it, and lawmakers who once championed stronger Internet privacy are poised

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