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The Myth of Fingerprints

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Biometric Authentication Systems can improve security and cut help-desk costs. But you may wag your finger at the implementation expenses.

Who Let The Worms Out?

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A rogue program infected 10 percent of the Internet in 1988. Could such an outbreak happen again?

Wanna Keep A Secret?

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Servervault's new secure data center can withstand anything. But how will it hold up with customers?

The Smart Money Is on Security

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If you're not dishing out security advice, you're leaving lots of money on the table. Our second annual security survey proves it.

Are You Ready For The Year 2003 Problem?

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The regulatory clock is ticking for health-care providers and their technology partners.

Youre Covered

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Insurers offer incentives to buy hacker insurance

Holes in Wireless Nets

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That the latest security land mine facing it managers has been found among existing wireless networks shouldn't come as a surprise

Whats @stake For Security Services

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CEO Darby discusses Internet security and gives his thoughts on why there isn't a perfect solution

One-Stop Security?

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Vigilinx, Network Associates retry superstore approach

Virus Blame Passed to Users

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We've come almost full circle in the never-ending battle against computer viruses

A Beast Of Burden

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In last week's column, anticipating the forthcoming release of Microsoft's new consumer operating system, Windows XP, I toasted a future without DOS.

Watch Your Step

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Are you set to take the fall for an alleged screwup? You don't have to.

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