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The Social Engineering of Security

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E-business security demands attention to social, political and cultural mores

Finding Pros for IT Security

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E-biz demand for experts far exceeds supply

NATs Not Without Trouble

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A network address translation (NAT) device increases security, making it more difficult for hackers to find your client's network.

Beam Me Up, Snyder

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If you cross the threshold at any of Exodus Communications' fifth-generation data centers in North America, Europe or Asia, and Vice President of Corporate Security James Snyder happens to be there, he's likely to point out that you have been watched and

Crackers: Your Help Is Not Wanted Here

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Thanks but no thanks. That's what I say to those anonymous crackers who had decided to "help" out by releasing the Cheese Worm last month.

Its Time We Started Immunizing Systems

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Taken individually, the Cheese Worm is not a good thing. The last thing we need is another invasion by some nameless hacker using up our network resources.

SetUp

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GroupWise shows Novell's strengths; 'Good' viruses or system scourges?

Turf War

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FBI's Ron Dick faces critics of Networks Security Center

The Future Comes Crawling

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Are good worms a good way to plug security gaps or just system intrusion?

Fast Breaks Newsfront: June 4, 2001

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PSINet has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the Southern District of New York.

Cops and Webmasters

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Site posts personal info about police officers - is it free speech?

Spy Vs. Spy

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Making the virtual business world safe

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