MySpace Adds To Senior Executive Suite
MySpace, which launched four years ago, now has more than 117 million users worldwide and offices in 19 countries and 29 localized sites across the Web.
EV Certificates Enhance The Bottom Line, Not Trust
VeriSign has been very active in beating the Extended Validation certificate drum. I just have a real problem with EV certificates being sold as "better" than regular EV certificates. EV certificates don't change the security features of the resulting SSL connection. The green or red address bar doesn't tell us whether a Web site is trustworthy or not. But the green bar adds greenback to you
Cuil Challenges Google With Privacy
Founded by husband-and-wife team Tom Costello and Anna Patterson, Cuil aims to rank the relevancy search results by content analysis rather than by popularity.
Get Ready For Google Gadget Malware
At Black Hat, RSnake is expected to demonstrate a zero-day vulnerability that allows for information theft, spoofing, and authentication issues.
Google Wants You To Be Your Own ISP
Vint Cerf slams the telecoms, which aren't happy that bits have been commoditized and would like to shape industry regulations to help them to get back in the services game.
Apple, Psystar Reps To Meet In Court
Apple filed its copyright infringement suit against Psystar earlier this month, charging that Psystar has been selling Macintosh clones in violation of Apple's software license.
Dell Launches Rack Workstation
The company also introduced a PC-over-IP remote access device that offers hardware-based encryption and compression without compromising system performance.
IT Economic Outlook Brightens
The number of medium-sized companies expecting bigger budgets increased 10 percentage points from April to 64%, according to CDW.
On The Internet, There Are No Secrets
One thing is true about the security research community, it is populated by people that don't like to be told what to do or how to act. Halvar Flake thought the way the DNS disclosure was handled was OK, but didn't think the discussion blackout would be useful. So setting off as a DNS novice, he spent a few hours figuring out the problem. He got pretty close, too. So then Matasano Security
2008 NAC Survey Results Webcast
I will be giving an hour-long Webcast Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET, on InformationWeek's 2008 NAC Survey. We asked information professionals about their plans for NAC; why they were embarking on a NAC project; what they expected to achieve; and what their concerns were. We compared these results to past surveys t