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Sanctums Simple Approach to Security

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AppShield 4.0 uses agents to guard multiple systems.

Assessment Is Charneys Job One

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Eyeing product change, the national plan, Microsoft's security chief tackles company's top priority.

Web Services Edged Forward

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SAML, WS-Security emerge to meld native security into protocols.

Yahoo Chief Scientist Describes Web Attacks

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eLABorations: Even when patches are applied and systems are locked down, security is not complete.

Microsoft Patch Fixes Windows Debugger Flaw

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Microsoft has released a patch for a new critical flaw in the debugger service in Windows NT and 2000 that enables an attacker to gain complete access to a vulnerable machine.

IT Jobs in Defense

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What does it take to break into the defense industry? Do you need a security clearance to jump from dotcom to defense? Here's a guide for anyone considering employment in this sector.

E-Travel Books With MSSP

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Outsources security operations to trusecure; helps company reassure customers, lower costs.

Customers Winning Networking Wars

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SMC and Netgear provide sky-high functionality and rock-bottom prices.

The Answer to Security Riddle

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The latest FBI/computer security institute survey has a bit of good news for a change. According to the 503 security practitioners who responded, 90 percent of enterprises are using anti-virus software to protect their networks.

On Guard: WinME (Maginot Edition)

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Revealing APIs won't endanger U.S. defenses.

Mission Critical: Get Focused Now

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The value of focus-especially in tough times-is extraordinary.

App Finds Fault With Net Security

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Cenzic's hailstorm taps fault injection to discover flaws and how they affect the entire network.

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