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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in June 2007
The Government Accountability Office says it could take up to a decade to find a practical way to implement biometric exit capabilities at land ports of exit.
Top-level business executives, including CEOs, presidents, CIOs, and CFOs, are being directly targeted by e-mails containing malicious Trojans.
Officials are investigating the possible theft and misuse of records containing information on about 1,120 aspiring veterinarians who'd applied to UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
The School Safety Index indicates that while 95% of districts surveyed are blocking Web sites, only 38% have a closed network that lets them control the content students can access.
Cruise.com has until the end of the week to decide whether to collect $330,000 in damages for being called a "spammer" by Mark Mumma, or seek a new trial.
The company will add malware- and spam-inspection capabilities to its firewalls using technology from its recent acquisition of IronPort Systems.
Law enforcement officials, including all 92 assistant U.S. attorneys, will meet to coordinate efforts against zero-day vulnerabilities and other online threats.
We're not at war with France, at least not the last time I checked, but that doesn't mean that the French want their state secrets coursing through the U.S. telecommunications infrastructure, courtesy of French government officials addicted to les BlackBerrys. Sure, BlackBerrys come with built-in encryption, but is that enough when you really, really don't want anyone to get their hands on the
The case is the second this year in Switzerland focusing on Islamic terrorism, but the first-ever terrorism case there involving the Internet.
The acquisition comes the same day HP introduced a number of security initiatives designed to help promote its diversification into several key areas of security.
The all-stock transaction will result in a company with more than 5,000 customers worldwide.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 running on IBM servers now meets government security standards allowing Linux to be used in homeland security projects and command-and-control operations.
The attacks represent a "quantum leap" for hackers in terms of their technological sophistication and pose a serious challenge to the IT community, one security firm reports.
Quova's software is designed to help organizations identify in real time any devices connecting into their Web sites.
McAfee's new chief said growth will come from selling suites of security products and services, particularly those that address security risk management, rather than individual products and services.
With a new version of ePolicy Orchestrator, McAfee can manage and report on its own antivirus software as well as antivirus software from competitor Symantec.
The latest sales figures are positive, but the retailer is facing a flood of lawsuits from store customers and financial institutions.
IBM expects Watchfire's technology to complement existing IBM Tivoli offerings by better incorporating security and compliance testing into the application development lifecycle.
Some 57% of those attending the Gartner IT security summit keynote session believe that vulnerability labs set up by security researchers are a useful public service.
With new and increasingly inventive cyberscams surfacing every week, the Postal Inspection Service's workload isn't likely to get any lighter.
Product announced Monday promises to deliver security information about clients, servers, and networks to a single console.