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RSA Settles SEC Charge

July 24, 2003
While not admitting nor denying wrongdoing, the security specialist reaches an agreement with regulators over an allegedly misleading Q1 2001 report.
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RSA Preaches Web Services Security

May 15, 2003
The maker of ID and access managment software looks to boost business by helping customers limit the risk of deploying XML Web services.
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Sprint Pitches Network Security to Feds

May 9, 2003
The telecom adds new user ID software and services to guard government computer systems against hackers.
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Verity Verifies With Security Partners

May 5, 2003
The enterprise search firm teams with IBM, Netegrity, Oblix and RSA to help customers better control access to sensitive data.
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Report: Encryption Apps Show Promise

March 27, 2003
New investment in encryption apps bodes well for security vendors -- if they can keep prices down and solve interoperability problems, Technical Insights said.
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TechNet Taps Cybersecurity Chairmen

March 18, 2003
The industry group names execs from 3Com/Palm and Netegrity to lead a task force focused on tightening the nation's IT infrastructure.
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Network-1 Shelves Firewall Product

January 3, 2003
The security software company has discontinued its distributed firewall product to free up cash as it seeks a merger candidate.
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New Industry Group to Pen Bug-Reporting Standards

September 26, 2002
An unlikely alliance of vendors and security consultancies aims to release draft guidelines early next year for handling newly discovered security flaws
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Bush Seeks IT Security Advice

September 26, 2002
Representatives of Akamai, Symantec and Intel, among others, will serve on a new White House panel aimed at safeguarding government and commercial IT systems.
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RSA Makes Mobile Security Push

September 4, 2002
The Bedford, Mass., firm's new product is designed to give users confidence to make business transactions, not just calls, from their mobile phones.
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Sophos: Viruses Take a Holiday

September 3, 2002
The Lynnfield, Mass., security specialist reports that only two of August's 10 most frequent viruses -- Higuy and Datom -- were new.
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