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Denial-Of-Service Attacks Common

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A researcher at the University of California at San Diego has documented that denial-of-service attacks are commonplace on the Internet, with an average of 4,000 occurring each week during a recent three-week study.

eFiles: May 21, 2001

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Only one-third of all organizations have implemented a formal privacy plan to date, according to the 12th annual Information Systems and E-Business Spending study conducted by Computer Economics Inc., an independent research company in Carlsbad, Calif. An

Pass The Security Please

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A financial clearinghouse needed a way to make log-ons secure. How about a disappearing password?

ISS Raises Security Platform

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RealSecure Protection System improves accuracy; Fusion technology determines success vs. failure.

At a Glance

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Chicago Clearing House Association, Chicago (www.chgo.org)

Vegas Still a Good Bet for Getting News

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The sunny, 80-degree weather of the city of lost wages was a nice break for the freezing Frisky One, who bailed the late spring frost of New England last week for N+I.

Does Openness Help or Hurt?

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Benefits of sharing code open to debate

Government, Companies Cracking Down on Security Lapses

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What would be more disastrous to a Fortune 500 corporation: an employee who chronically shows up late, or an employee who chronically breaks security policies and puts the company's valuable information at risk?

Security Scramble

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Financial companies up against deadline

Privacy.gov

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You are sitting on a cold chair in a bright room, hands cradling your forehead, trying to concentrate on the difference between the present indicative active and future indicative active tenses of the third conjugation for Latin verbs.

A Way to Ease Security Woes

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We all have come to take our simple household appliances for granted. Pick up the phone, make a call; put a slice of bread in the toaster, get toast; turn on the TV, veg out.

NSA to Fund Secure Linux

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Just a few months after releasing code for its internal research efforts to build a more secure Linux, the National Security Agency has taken the next step to make sure the project gets completed.

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