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Absent Serious Medical Intervention, a Fingerprint Is Forever

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It's official: biometric technologies have emerged as the new front-runner in the race to become the security industry's next big thing.

The LAN, PAN, WAN Plan

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Wireless technologies can plug in mobile workers securely as long as managers act with caution.

Private Matters

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The world of digital snoops and spooks is a pretty dark space, but Richard M. Smith has illuminated some of its darker corners.

Swat Those Bugs Away

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Would you want to see a virus crawl into your PC from a message? Of course not, and neither do your users.

Conflict on the Hill

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Industry reps and government officials prepare to do battle over Internet taxes and other tech issues

How to Cover Your Shopping Footprints

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Shopping on the Internet is like signing up for a supermarket saver card or getting that extra 10 percent discount when you sign up for a retail store's credit card.

Hacking: Its a Mad, Mad, Mad New World

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"Spy vs. Spy" is Mad Magazine's classic cartoon that pits two virtually identical characters against each other in an espionage and dirty-tricks contest that never ends. Great news: Hacking is heading straight into "Spy vs. Spy" te

The Year of the Killer Hackers

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And other tales of security woes facing IT.

Bundle Up With Layers Of Virus Protection

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In the northern parts of our country, it's time, if you want to stay warm, to start dressing in layers.

Privacy Solutions Touted

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Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said he believes technology can solve many of the privacy woes caused by the Internet.

PKI: A Matter of Trust, Cost

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eWeek Labs, Prudential IT pros test four PKI systems

Wolves At The Door

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Stopping big, bad hackers from targeting mobile workers.

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