Mobile Security - Article Archives - Page 40

Scanning at the Point of Entry

May 17, 2004 |
Security software provider Perfigo says its new component can help prevent infections on the network caused by mobile workers returning home with a worm or virus.
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AirDefense: Wireless Security for Enterprises

May 04, 2004 |
In the rush to go wireless, administrators will find that they must supplement standard security measures with serious reporting and policy-enforcing products. Count AirDefense among them.
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Countering Lack of Security in Wi-Fi Hot Spots

April 30, 2004 |
In a report on 'Securing the Mobile Device,' the Burton Group outlines options users tapping the 802.11 protocol have for securing their transmissions and guarding the integrity of their data.
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Remote Worker Security Needs to Balance Cost, Connectivity, Says META

April 29, 2004 |
The basic toolkit to secure remote access for the mobile worker should strike a balance between ease and convenience of connectivity with the resources required from an organization to support that use, according to a META Group report.
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Phishing Scams Increase 1,200% in 6 Months

April 22, 2004 |
Beware your email. In the last six months, the number of phishing email scams has increased 1,200 percent, putting end users and major companies at an even greater risk of theft and damage, according to a new study.
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China Backs Down on WAPI Deadline

April 22, 2004 |
Beijing agrees to commit to technology-neutral approaches, drops June 1 date to impose proprietary wireless encryption plan.
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Cisco Rolls Major Patches to TCP Flaw

April 21, 2004 |
Switches, routers, intrusion detection systems and VoIP phones are on the list needing patches to TCP flaw.
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Ensuring Mobile Clients Comply with Security Policy

April 12, 2004 |
Mobile security products vendor Senforce updates its location-aware endpoint security technology to include more support for the government market and improved wireless connectivity control.
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AntiOnline Spotlight: Securing Laptops

April 08, 2004 |
Unlike their deskbound cousins, portables regularly venture outside of the safe confines of your network. You may not be able to control where they go, but you definitely have some say in what hitches a ride back with them.
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A New Approach to Fortify Your Software

April 05, 2004 |
A startup has come up with a solution to security flaws -- make the app safe before you deploy it on the network.
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Adaptec Appliance Backs Up PC and Laptop Data

March 29, 2004 |
The company unveils a storage appliance that provides real-time backup and protection of PC and laptop information.
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Wi-Fi Planet Toronto: Security Taking Hold

March 24, 2004 |
Lyne Bourque took time during last week's Wi-Fi Planet Conference and Expo in Toronto to check out the tools, techniques and even some open-source initiatives that are laying the groundwork for the future of secure wireless networking. Read her impressions and see what you missed.
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AntiOnline Spotlight: Wireless Security

March 22, 2004 |
Roaming workers don't want to hunt for jacks and all of upper management wants to sip espressos at the coffee shop while catching up on e-mails. Make sure you're ready when Wi-Fi makes a play for your corporate network.
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Wi-Fi Security Review: AirMagnet

March 15, 2004 |
With this application, administrators can take the worry out of deploying WLANs. But is it worth the cost?
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Sun: Security is a Lifestyle Choice

February 24, 2004 |
The Java Desktop System is first to get Sun's new super-security and authentication treatment, which puts the OS up against Microsoft's Windows platform.
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Switches Team for Security

February 23, 2004 |
As the wireless LAN switch market heats up, many vendors are looking to partners to provide the little extra something they lack: high security.
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It's Time to Talk Mobile Phone Security

February 19, 2004 |
As bugs and digital attacks move into the realm of mobile phones, at least two security gurus say it's time for the industry to step up to the security plate and start swinging. In this Op/Ed piece, Ken van Wyk and Mark Graff do just that.
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Pushing Policies at Hotspots

February 10, 2004 |
While enforcement of network security polices is growing to be the norm on enterprise networks, it hasn't been the case for remote and mobile workers. Until now.
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New Wi-Fi Security Spec Due Mid-Year

February 04, 2004 |
The Wi-Fi Alliance plans to upgrade the security capabilities in WPA2, a new version of its Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) protocol.
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California Police Use Wireless Fingerprinting on Patrol

January 15, 2004 |
Police in Ontario, Calif., are using a wireless mobile device to match fingerprints from individuals encountered on patrol to a fingerprint database of 250,000 people.
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