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Mobile Security - Article Archives - Page 37

IBM's Answer to Security Blues

April 11, 2006 |
Big Blue claims hardware-based security advance.
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Computer Safety For Small Businesses

March 30, 2006 |
A free online kit helps companies secure computer networks and data.
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Firewalls Morph into New Enterprise Role

March 10, 2006 |
The death of the firewall has been greatly exaggerated, according to analysts. But it's not your father's firewall, either. The security technology is morphing into a whole new role in the enterprise.
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Symantec Begins Wireless Security Initiative

March 10, 2006 |
Consumer campaign is aimed at laptop and handhelds connecting to the Internet
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Coffee Shop Privacy

February 21, 2006 |
AntiOnline Spotlight: Some of your workers might be plugging away at the local coffee haunt for a change of pace and a delicious espresso. Trouble is, they might be doing it right next to a hacker.
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Author: CISOs Must Focus on Governance

January 18, 2006 |
In a one-on-one interview, author and analyst Dr. Fred Cohen says today's chief information security officer must have wide-ranging oversight to secure the enterprise.
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How to Improve on Wireless Security

January 10, 2006 |
If you're looking to secure an enterprise WLAN, many industry observers are pointing IT managers to WPA2.
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Security Tips From 'Anatomy of a Hack'

January 03, 2006 |
Security company details risks mobile workers face from wireless intrusions.
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Wireless Hackers 101

December 05, 2005 |
What they do, how they do it, and what you can do about it.
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Critical IPSec Vulnerability Exposes VPNs

November 16, 2005 |
A Finnish research group has reported on a vulnerability that exposes VPNs and firewalls to DoS attacks.
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Companies Bid for Authentication Compliance Work

October 25, 2005 |
Financial institutions are getting started on security compliance regulations.
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Mobile Workers Cut Gaping Hole in Security

October 11, 2005 |
As a growing army of mobile workers hit the road with their trusty laptops, few of them are properly secured. And that could mean big trouble for the corporate network... and critical corporate data.
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Software Bugs: To Disclose or Not to Disclose

October 03, 2005 |
Columnist Ken van Wyk takes on the question of whether to disclose software defects. What's best for the industry? Who gets hurt?
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EFF Blasts Phone Security Proposal

September 30, 2005 |
The group claims mobile security concerns can be addressed in ways that don't restrict consumer choice.
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Smartphones: Business Tool and IT Burden

September 23, 2005 |
Mobile workers may like the convenience and efficiency of using smartphones but how does IT deal with the added risks and IT management?
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Cabbies Put the Brakes on USB Security Risk

August 26, 2005 |
At least one company isn't going to let viruses in or corporate information out through one seemingly harmless little avenue -- the USB port.
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Small Devices, Big Risks

August 16, 2005 |
Businesses are overlooking security risks posed by their workers' USB memory sticks, iPods and PDAs, a software maker says.
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Cisco Patches Amidst Uproar

August 02, 2005 |
The company fixes the software, but its methods to silence the vulnerability before the patch was released has raised eyebrows.
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Waking Up to Warjacking

July 22, 2005 |
Consumer Wi-Fi connections could be the next security pain point.
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DoJ Wants More Power Over In-Flight Calls

July 15, 2005 |
Law enforcement officials say airborne cell and Internet traffic creates unique security issues.
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