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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

Bug Zapper

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Hawking Internet Security Products and services is a bit like selling insurance policies - vendors need to instill a sense of paranoia in their prospective customers to close the sale.

In Through Out Door

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Security vendors set to roll out PKI managed services

On Trust and Open Source

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When we speak of the open-source culture/movement/business (or threat, if you are Microsoft), many of us may not be aware of its roots.

Theres No Place Like Home Security

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In the coming years, security breaches won't occur nearly as often inside networks as at users' homes.

Privacy Woe?

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When it comes to protecting privacy online, the biggest foes we have to fear are ourselves.

Biometrics Is Closing in on the Enterprise

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Biometric security vendors, which for years have been trying to make the leap from science fiction to the enterprise

Handing It Over

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In an effort to boost partners' profits and customer retention, Novell is outsourcing its Volume Licensing Agreement (VLA) renewals and upgrade protection to Rainmaker Systems.

WEP Remains Vulnerable

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IEEE works to plug security holes; vendors, users try stopgap measures

Return to Exodus

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We first visited one of Exodus Communications' co-location facilities back in April 2000.

IE 6.0 Beta Takes Small Steps

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Web site privacy rating capability, cookie management features need work

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