Chris Nerney - Article Archives - Page 1

Beware the Browser Backlash

May 19, 2005
Datamation columnist Chris Nerney says once people take off their rose-colored glasses and take a realistic look at Firefox, he hopes they don't dismiss it... because what the industry needs is a choice.
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Former IT Manager, Current Security Threat?

March 22, 2005
A recent hack underscores the need to guard against attacks from ex-employees who know your systems inside and out.
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Microsoft Makes Security Pledge -- Again

February 24, 2005
You IT professionals can stop worrying now. Your security woes soon will be a thing of the past. Haven't we heard this before?
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A Costly Identity Crisis

November 19, 2004
Online schemers are causing the unwitting more than just aggravation.
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Trolling For Anti-Phishing Laws

August 11, 2004
Which anti-phishing law is best?
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Virus Writing: Not Fun, Not Funny

February 3, 2004
Whatever your feelings about SCO or Microsoft, MyDoom hurts thousands of other companies, the global economy and the Internet in general.
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Many WLANs Left Vulnerable, Report Says

June 26, 2003
More than half of all enterprises take only basic technological precautions -- or none at all -- to protect their wireless networks, according to a new Jupiter Research report.
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