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Microsoft Wakes Up to Security

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

Do the Feds Have Your Number?

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FBI's Internet wiretap is under criticism, but ISPs may find ways to fight back.

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.

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.

WEP Cant Stand Alone for Security

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Although the IEEE's 802.11b wireless LAN standard includes a provision for security called Wireless Equivalent Privacy, or WEP, the protocol leaves much to be desired

eFiles: April 9, 2001

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According to a survey of 282 small and midsize companies with fewer than 500 employees, 80 percent of respondents said they had no idea if their current insurance policies covered such specific cyber-risks as e-mail viruses, Web site business interruption

A Token for Encryption

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Aladdin Knowledge Systems Inc. this week will introduce its Universal Serial Bus-based authentication token, which offers 1,024-bit encryption. Dubbed eToken Pro, the device is about the size of a house key and plugs directly into the port.

Bridge to the Hill

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CDT forges tough political alliances

Protection at Your Source

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New privacy management software from Unica, IDcide focuses on sites.

When Final Isnt Final: Privacy, Internet Regs Face Revision

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In the government space, finality isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Answering a CEOs Penetrating Question

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It can begin with a friendly lunch conversation with your boss

Questions Linger After VeriSign Breach

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Internet security company VeriSign has acknowledged issuing two Microsoft digital certificates to an imposter, raising doubts in many quarters about the consistency of Internet identification practices.

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