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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in December 2005
A document on the Justice Department Executive Office for Immigration Review's site listed the name and Social Security number of a woman involved in a 2003 immigration review case. Other searches of the site yielded more Social Security numbers and identifying information.
Doubt is mounting about the antivirus industry's install-and-upgrade model, and Microsoft is preparing to enter the market. Combine that with vulnerabilities in popular antivirus software, and the market is ripe for a shift.
I.T. security pros may hoist a cup of eggnog this holiday season to an early gift they got this month: an E-mail worm attack with a delivery date.
Oracle had previously relied on source-code analysis tools developed in-house but decided to work with a third party.
Tivoli Access Manager uses a central repository to improve access controls and enhance regulatory compliance.
New tools help developers find and fix flaws. But the strategy also must change.
More than four years after 9/11, and nearly three years after the formation of the Homeland Security Department, we still haven't progressed past the problem of data sharing between the public and private sectors. Companies are worried that their closely held information could become public if citizens or the press file for disclosure under the federal Freedom of Information Act or state Post a Comment
Tools to examine software vulnerability in the design and testing stages have existed for years, but are now getting easier and more intuitive to use as companies face the evolving landscape of threats.
Rivals make acquisitions to compete in growing market