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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in June 2006
Federal agencies have until Aug. 7 to comply with new security "recommendations" following the VA laptop theft, although there's no indication of repercussions for noncompliance.
Recovery of the equipment capped off a month of policy and personnel changes following the computer's theft.
Federal agencies have until Aug. 7 to follow "recommendations" for security set by the White House.
Hovsepian has moved up fast within the company. Now he's got his turn in charge.
Over the past two years, the department has increased the number of prosecutors devoted to the fight and has trained thousands overseas to help.
The city combines health care and law enforcement data with city maps to determine where resources should be allocated.
Ronald Hovsepian has been a rising star within Novell since he joined the company three years ago. But with a dropping stock price, declining sales of NetWare, and stiff competition in the Linux market, it's going to take more than star power.
The eFraudNetwork, operated by RSA Security, has helped banks reduce the amount of money lost to fraud, bank executives say.
The Justice Department two years ago promised to beef up efforts to protect the intellectual property of software development, music, and movies. Here's the result of its efforts.
With its Forefront product line, Microsoft must convince businesses it's a reputable player in the security market. But just give it three years.
Microsoft's new Forefront lineup of security products demonstrates it knows where the money is in the security market: selling Band-Aids, not cures.
UBS appears to have learned the hard way: If insiders can plant them, software bombs can wreak havoc.
Rootkits aren't inherently evil. But malcontents are getting better at using them, and rootkits are getting harder to detect.
Web technologies are just as vulnerable as earlier generations of software, if not more so, and special precautions are required, experts say.
Despite detailing every element of the information sharing with U.S. border officials, EU courts strike it down.
A Justice Department proposal that ISPs retain records for two years is just the latest in a growing list of data collection initiatives by federal agencies.
A high European court questions the legality of a requirement to provide the U.S. with personal data about passengers within 15 minutes of every takeoff. Homeland Security's Secure Flight program, meanwhile, continues to face privacy and technical obstacles.