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WEP Cant Stand Alone for Security

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Although the IEEE's 802.11b wireless LAN standard includes a provision for security called Wireless Equivalent Privacy, or WEP, the protocol leaves much to be desired

eFiles: April 9, 2001

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According to a survey of 282 small and midsize companies with fewer than 500 employees, 80 percent of respondents said they had no idea if their current insurance policies covered such specific cyber-risks as e-mail viruses, Web site business interruption

A Token for Encryption

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Aladdin Knowledge Systems Inc. this week will introduce its Universal Serial Bus-based authentication token, which offers 1,024-bit encryption. Dubbed eToken Pro, the device is about the size of a house key and plugs directly into the port.

Bridge to the Hill

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CDT forges tough political alliances

Protection at Your Source

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New privacy management software from Unica, IDcide focuses on sites.

When Final Isnt Final: Privacy, Internet Regs Face Revision

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In the government space, finality isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Answering a CEOs Penetrating Question

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It can begin with a friendly lunch conversation with your boss

Questions Linger After VeriSign Breach

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Internet security company VeriSign has acknowledged issuing two Microsoft digital certificates to an imposter, raising doubts in many quarters about the consistency of Internet identification practices.

Measuring the Health of Security

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Securify Inc. this week will launch a security service that will be custom-designed to fit the unique needs of each customer

In Through Out Door

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Security vendors set to roll out PKI managed services

Bug Zapper

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Hawking Internet Security Products and services is a bit like selling insurance policies - vendors need to instill a sense of paranoia in their prospective customers to close the sale.

On Trust and Open Source

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When we speak of the open-source culture/movement/business (or threat, if you are Microsoft), many of us may not be aware of its roots.

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