January 23, 2003TRENDS | by Sharon Gaudin, January 23, 2003
Batten down the hatches. Security incidents -- everything from viruses and worms to hacks and insider sabotage -- are expected to skyrocket in 2003, according to a new report out by the Aberdeen Group, an industry analyst firm based in Boston.
January 23, 2003TRENDS | by Clint Boulton, January 23, 2003
The software giant moves to quash a buffer overrun flaw in certain Windows servers that could allow an assailant to run arbitrary code on a user's machine; also details Content Management Server 2001 and Outlook 2002 bugs.
January 10, 2003VIEWS | by Rob Reilly, January 10, 2003
The pervasiveness of the Internet has led to more opportunities for your company's servers to be attacked from without. Part-time Linux admins, never fear. Our updated network security basics document will get you well on your way to locking down your system.
January 09, 2003VIEWS | by Paul Desmond, January 09, 2003
The recently passed Cyber Security Research and Development Act aims to provide nearly $1 billion for various forms of security research and scholarships. But it's no sure bet that Congress will vote to fund the legislation.
January 08, 2003TRENDS | by Sharon Gaudin, January 08, 2003
Weighing privacy against security, a new poll shows that Americans are increasingly OK with using biometric technology to safeguard their finances and medical history, as well as to keep felons from buying guns.