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Feds Chide Microsofts Passport

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FTC acts in response to complaints about security and privacy terms in Microsoft's Passport services.

Lucent Offers Novel Authentication Tool

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Experts say the new technology could greatly improve the security of enterprise networks.

Cyberattacks Fail To Materialize

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An FBI warning of attacks on U.S. Web sites caused a stir in the security community but little activity has been seen.

The Problems With Identities

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The strength of a network is based on its weakest link-it's likely to be an identity.

ASaP Swiftly Deploys Protection

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Targeted at small to midsize businesses, McAfee's VirusScan ASaP managed-desktop, anti-virus service automatically delivers updates to customers using a peer-to-peer approach.

Securing Perimeter

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Feds consider ways to make ISPs, developers more accountable.

Security Group Nailing Down Name, Goals

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Group of experts working on a plan for vulnerability disclosure is finalizing details of its structure.

SonicWall CEO Cosmo Santullo Resigns

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Company appoints Mike Roach, vice president of partners, alliances and strategic accounts, as interim CEO.

Clarke Lambastes Software Industry

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Richard Clarke's remarks to software industry today to make "software that works" drew cheers from crowd at a Las Vegas security conference.

Developers Are Key in Web Services Battle

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Security issues haven't become easier with the proliferation of handhelds.

Gauging the Weak Points

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Despite increased industry focus on security, problems on the rise and responsibility proving elusive.

Oasis Creates Committee Devoted to WS-Security Spec

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The WS-security specification reached a significant milestone last week when the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards announced that it had formed a technical committee dedicated to the proposed standard.

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