Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in May 2007
His treatment consisted of, among other things, chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplant, and permission to play Re-Mission as often as possible.
HopeLab claims that cancer patients who play Re-Mission have more successful treatment than those who don't play the game.
The two states wrangle with the laws surrounding the Payment Card Industry data security standard.
Most companies are more concerned with blocking Web site categories, such as those labeled "adult" or "gambling," than with targeting individual Web sites, a new report notes.
The cyberattacks against Estonia were particularly damaging, as the country had to shut down key computer systems for their own protection.
A panel of data security veterans shared their recommendations on how to avoid trade-secret compromises.
The Payment Card Industry data security standard has emerged as a primary driver of IT security spending and some serious rethinking of how data and systems are secured.
With nearly all DDoS attacks and spam coming from bots, infections have become a growing concern for businesses as well.
Businesses, governments, and reporters will use virtual communities to gather information.
Many of the biggest breaches in recent years were inadvertent disclosures, Dartmouth business school researchers found.
Securent Entitlement Management Solution can be used to manage entitlement privileges not only to applications but to databases as well.
The ink was barely dry on last year's InformationWeek cover story analyzing the credibility of IT analysts when the e-mails started hitting my inbox. Some readers applauded our efforts to examine the criticism often leveled at the analyst market, while others thought the story fell flat for lack of specific or new examples. Funny thing about the latter -- whenever I'd get a supposedly jilted customer
The move would add 800 Cybertrust employees to Verizon's security services team of 300 and give it access to Cybertrust operations in 30 locations in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific.
There's a danger in focusing security efforts more on controlling admission to IT environments and less on managing users, BT Radianz's security chief suggests.
Industry analysts suggest some 45 million credit and debit card data could have been poached from a thief with a laptop, a telescope antenna, and a wireless LAN adapter.
Three security bulletins affect Office, while two affect Windows. Exchange is affected by one bulletin as is Microsoft BizTalk business-process management server and Capicom, a Microsoft ActiveX control.