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Securitys Growing Dominance Is Attracting The Inexperienced

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You can tell a lot about the state of an industry by the kinds of parties it throws.

Security and Business

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If you heard any of the speakers at the recent RSA Security Conference, you may have concluded that we should abandon doing e-business altogether, since nothing can ever be absolutely secure.

Microsoft Learns Lessons

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It was as recently as last year's RSA conference, in San Jose, that Microsoft's security "strategy" was a laughingstock-literally.

Killing Privacy With Legislation?

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With every passing week, the tea leaves surrounding the privacy debate on Capitol Hill become easier to read, and now they've got the word "gridlock" written all over them.

E-Commerce Insecurity

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New software can protect web sites from e-Shoplifters

Interoperability Remains Elusive

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Marty Roesch, the author of the popular Snort freeware intrusion detection system, whom I caught up with at this month's RSA Security Conference, told me that, vendor hype notwithstanding, none of the products at the show really work with one another.

IM Watching You

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Users have a strong tendency to place unwarranted trust in the privacy and integrity of online communications.

Privacy Momentum Slows on Capitol Hill

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It was piping hot in 2000, but the issue of privacy is now in danger of ending up on the congressional back burner.

In Microsoft Do You Trust?

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Privacy concerns fuel .Net criticism.

Microsoft Wakes Up to Security

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Following Love Bug, company sets course to bolster software; represents major shift in policy

Switch Your Defense

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Is security weighing on your mind? Application switches can double as another line of defense against denial-of-service attacks.

Congress Takes a More Thoughtful Turn On Privacy Law

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Just a couple of months ago, the passage of a national online privacy law this year seemed inevitable.

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