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CA Tool Offers Insight Into Physical, IT Security

April 26, 2002
Computer Associates announces a security tool intended to provide 'visual' insight into security breaches of both the cyber and physical variety.
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New Klez.G Email Worm Targets Outlook, Express

April 22, 2002
A new variant of the Klez.E mass mailing worm allows an email attachment to be executed by merely viewing the email message in unpatched versions of Microsoft Outlook Express or Outlook.
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Sendmail Adds McAfee Virus Scanning

March 15, 2002
Sendmail, Inc. this week announced an OEM deal that will enable it to use Network Associates' McAfee anti-virus tools with the Sendmail Mailstream Manager email service.
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Vulnerabilities Found in Popular Web Scripting Language

March 1, 2002
A vulnerability in the PHP scripting language, which is commonly used in Web site development, could enable attackers to execute code that crashes or disrupts Web servers.
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Low-end ISS Firewalls Subject to DoS Attack

February 11, 2002
Internet Security Systems (ISS) has issued a patch for a flaw that may make several of its products vulnerable to denial of service attacks.
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Eternal Vigilance: The Price of Information Security

December 1, 2001
Since Sept. 11, companies have started to think, "If that could happen, what else should I be worried about?" That is exactly the right mentality for business continuity planning. Risk management 101 dictates that you ask: What are the risks? What is the likelihood that each will occur? What are the costs to protect myself? What are the repercussions if I don't?
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President Bush's Focus on Security

October 1, 2001
META Group sees President Bush's appointment of a presidential advisor for cyberspace security as a positive move, as it sends a message that computer security is a national priority. This alone should encourage a greater awareness of the needs for computer security, making people more willing to make the extra effort and pay the extra expense to ensure their security. This should continue to drive investment in the security sector and be a positive for the leading security vendors, including Check Point, ISS, Network Associates, RSA, Symantec and VeriSign.
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Primer: Developing a site security policy

July 1, 2001
The first rule of network site security is easily stated: that which is not expressly permitted is prohibited. A security policy should deny access to all network resources and then add back access on a specific basis. Implemented in this way, a site security policy will not allow any inadvertent actions or procedures.
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CyberSource offers tips for protecting sensitive data

June 15, 2001
CyberSource Corp., a provider of risk management and real-time payment systems for businesses that specializes in fraud detection, has released a list of 10 tips to help e-businesses secure private consumer information and credit card data.
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ecomSecurity.com

April 16, 2001
Investor's Corner
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King Content Launches SecurityGram Electronic News Bulletin

April 16, 2001
King Content Launches SecurityGram Electronic News Bulletin
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Asita, RapidStream offer up high-capacity VPN wares

March 5, 2001
A couple of new options are cropping up for companies that need high-speed virtual private (VPN) devices.
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Building Trust in E-Commerce: ecomSecurity.com Launches

November 1, 2000
Welcome to ecomSecurity.com, your source for information on e-security products and services.
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PKI Challenges

October 1, 2000
PKI Challenges
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