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Keeps Its Eye on Network Edge

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If nothing else, the emergence of the Anna Kournikova virus that wreaked havoc on so many computers earlier this month may make small to midsize companies consider buying an anti-virus appliance

Watch Your Step

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Are you set to take the fall for an alleged screwup? You don't have to.

Holes in Wireless Nets

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That the latest security land mine facing it managers has been found among existing wireless networks shouldn't come as a surprise

Self-Assess, Then Get Advice

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Before calling in the experts to perform a vulnerability assessment of an enterprise network, there are a few basic steps IT managers can take

One-Stop Security?

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Vigilinx, Network Associates retry superstore approach

Whats @stake For Security Services

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CEO Darby discusses Internet security and gives his thoughts on why there isn't a perfect solution

Virus Blame Passed to Users

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We've come almost full circle in the never-ending battle against computer viruses

A Beast Of Burden

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In last week's column, anticipating the forthcoming release of Microsoft's new consumer operating system, Windows XP, I toasted a future without DOS.

Telling Customers the Bad News

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When and how to get the word out that your security's been breached

Protecting Your Privacy

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Some months back I wrote about the phenomenon of privacy on the Internet.

EU Approves Digital Copyright Law

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After gaining what they viewed as acceptable changes to European Union legislation extending copyright protection to the Internet, copyright holders in Europe said they expect more of their works will become available on the Net.

Giving Users the Final Word

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Privacy advocates, others differ on legislation

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