Michael Singer - ALL ARTICLES - PAGE 1

PGP: Extended Encryption For Compliance

May 10, 2005
Significant upgrade extends to integrated suite of desktop and gateway new security products.
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WLAN Security Spec Goes Open Source

May 5, 2005
Atheros says its JumpStart technology would benefit the industry if it were more readily available.
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Oracle Security Updates Include PeopleSoft Fixes

April 12, 2005
The company fixes vulnerabilities in EnterpriseOne and OneWorld, as well as its own software. But older flaws still loom.
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Handheld Security Too Expensive For Enterprise?

April 4, 2005
Companies need to assess their antivirus, VPN, device security and management software, the Burton Group found.
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Cyber Security Heads Grade The System

February 17, 2005
Security groups assess the progress made and the road ahead, as the new homeland security chief takes over.
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Cisco Adapts Its Defenses to New Threats

February 16, 2005
The company launches the next phase of its Self-Defending Network initiative with support from recent acquisitions.
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Symantec Battles Spyware, Bots and Microsoft

February 15, 2005
CEO John Thompson dismisses Microsoft's security efforts as child's play.
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VeriSign Revamps Security Lineup

February 14, 2005
The security vendor makes pitch for two-factor authentication to protect against security threats.
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Apple Patches Holes in Mac OS X

January 28, 2005
Update fixes multiple vulnerabilities including 'at' commands, PHP holes and malicious pop-up windows.
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Security Objections to IBM-Lenovo Deal?

January 24, 2005
The Committee on Foreign Investments (CFIUS) is reportedly concerned about corporate espionage.
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IBM's ThinkPad Sports Data Protection

January 20, 2005
Administrators can now clean out all the systems of a PC and block them from re-infection.
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Oracle Issues Risk Matrix with Patch

January 19, 2005
The company's first Critical Patch Update of 2005 also debuts a tool to let customers gauge the severity of a threat.
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Adobe Fixes Multiple Flaws

December 16, 2004
Vulnerabilities could disclose sensitive information or compromise a user's system.
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Sun Readying Its Ray for Security

December 8, 2004
CEO Scott McNealy plans on a subscription model that includes wireless and VoIP.
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Major Security Patch Overhaul For Oracle

November 18, 2004
Changes come after the growing number of complaints from customers and even its own executives.
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IT Heavies Unveil Mobile Spec

October 27, 2004
NTT DoCoMo, Intel and IBM introduce a new open and secure architecture for future wireless data services.
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Customers Gripe About Oracle's Patch Plan

October 20, 2004
After numerous complaints and a lapse in issuances, some suggest a quarterly schedule might be better for the database king.
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National Semi Throws a Padlock on PCs

September 17, 2004
The chipmaker debuts new hardware it claims prevents hackers and viruses from getting inside.
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Improving Web Trust

September 16, 2004
Intel collaborates with MIT in a bid to build trust between a Web site and its customers.
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