News & Commentary
Content tagged with IT Strategy posted in July 2007
Terrorism In Second Life? Give Me A Break
Commentary  |  7/31/2007  | 
Here in America, we have our share of stupid journalism, but we have trouble competing in the global market. For evidence, I point you to an article in The Australian about terrorists in Second Life.

SiNSYS Implements Fraud Manager
News  |  7/30/2007  | 
Fair Isaac announced that European payment card processor SiNSYS has successfully implemented Fair Isaac's Falcon Fraud Manager
RSA Adds 1,500 New Customers in Q2
News  |  7/26/2007  | 
RSA announced that more than 7,800 customers, including about 1,500 new customers, selected RSA solutions in the second quarter of 2007
Will Automation Be An IT Job Killer?
Commentary  |  7/23/2007  | 
We've shared ways that U.S. IT pros are planning their careers with one eye on offshoring as a risk factor. We haven't spent enough time on the automation risk. Today's news of Hewlett-Packard buying Opsware for $1.6 billion cash shows how a lot of companies will look to automation to cut IT people, regardless of where in the worl
Actimize Examines Employee Fraud in Financial Cos
News  |  7/23/2007  | 
Actimize announced the results of an Actimize peer-review survey examining employee fraud within financial services institutions
Marshal Warns of New Spam Tactics
News  |  7/17/2007  | 
Email and Internet content security provider, Marshal, warned of the emergence of three new forms of spam
Online Games to Cause Software Security Issues
News  |  7/13/2007  | 
Why online games are a harbinger of software security issues to come
Crimeware URLs in May Break APWG Record
News  |  7/13/2007  | 
The APWG announced that the number of phishing URLs deployed to spread crimeware among consumer PCs rose to a record in May to 3353
Two Texans Accused of Zombie Computer Scam
News  |  7/10/2007  | 
Sophos announces two men have been charged by the Texas Attorney General's Office with organized criminal activity and money laundering
Fidelis XPS Addresses Insider Threat
News  |  7/9/2007  | 
Fidelis Security Systems releases Fidelis XPS v4.0 extrusion prevention system for enterprise data leakage
Microsoft's Canada Plan Highlights Need For Immigration Reform
Commentary  |  7/9/2007  | 
Microsoft for years has sought an end to limits on the number of visas granted to foreign high-tech workers. But the demise of the immigration reform bill appears to have the company taking a different tack: It now wants to park overseas talent in Canada.
That 'Hallmark' E-Card May Contain Malware Tidings
Commentary  |  7/5/2007  | 
"Recieved" was the giveaway; one of the few spelling rules I've retained is "I before e, except after c." So when I my e-mail read, "You have recieved A Hallmark E-Card," I was immediately suspicious. The random capitalization made me wary, too.

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