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ePolicy Orchestrator Minds Anti-Virus Lines

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Network Associates Inc.'s McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 2.0 provides large companies with an easy-to-use anti-virus software management tool.

Secure Bits

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Netsec, a provider of managed security services in Herndon, Va., says it has been awarded a multiyear contract to provide services to the National Science Foundation, the U.S. government agency that promotes and funds science and engineering research.

Novell Tries Its Hand at Security With iChain

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Best known for its networking software and frequent strategy shifts, Novell Inc. is set to roll out this summer new products in an effort to reshape itself as a security company.

Making Sure That Nothing Bad Happens

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The first edition of the excellent book "Hacking Exposed" by McClure, Scambray and Kurtz proclaims that "Network security is Y2K without the deadline."

Missing the Threats Under Their Noses

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Despite proof, companies show little awareness of security breaches by insiders and ex-employees.

Reining in Exploits

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Group of security, software vendors lays out vulnerability reporting map.

Microsoft Plugs IIS Security Holes

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Microsoft acknowledges that there have been too many holes in the software for its dominant Web server, and promises to ensure that future products go out the door with safeguards to avoid another string of embarrassing problems.

Defense Dollars

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Security has traditionally been a very good business to be in.

Digital Privacy Advocates Tout Supreme Court Ruling

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A U.S. Supreme Court decision last week limiting law enforcement's use of technology to snoop inside people's homes could have implications for police surveillance of cyberspace, and will likely fuel momentum in the courts and on Capitol Hill to establish

Plugging Holes in Security

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ISS' Chris Klaus sees need for more safeguards, sketches company's plans for managed services

DDoS Attackers Raising the Bar

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Distributed denial-of-service attacks-which by some estimates total more than 4,000 a week-are likely to get much worse as the perpetrators hone their skills and new weaknesses in popular platforms are discovered and exploited.

Wurzlers Actions Speak a Lot Louder Than Microsofts Words

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Ever since Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer identified Linux as the biggest threat to Windows back in January, Redmond's marketing and PR offensive against the open-source software (OSS) development model has gone into overdrive.

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