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posted in September 2005

Cisco Bolsters Network Security

9/26/2005
The newest offerings are part of Cisco's Self-Defending Network security strategy, launched a few years ago to deliver real-time response to threats based on internal and external network intelligence.

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Maritime Security: More Questions Than Answers

9/26/2005
The United States has traditionally seen the seas as an open highway for commerce and immigration. Of course, these waterways are also used to smuggle contraband and, more recently, have the potential to become an avenue for a terrorist attack. The shadowy nature of terrorism turns conventional national defense strategies on their ear.

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Why In The World Would Big Companies Use Open Source?

9/23/2005
A little over a month ago, I set out to find out just how popular open-source software has become within big business. These are companies that have the money to spend on the biggest, most complex packages that IBM, Oracle, and other enterprise software makers have to offer. They're also companies with armies of IT professionals highly proficient in writing and maintaining their own applications. Why in the world would they use open source? Actually, the question has become: why in the world

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Four Years After 9/11, TSA Still Wrestling With Jurassic Technology

9/2/2005
Nearly four years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Homeland Security Department is still coming to grips with the massive mission it's been handed. While the department this week has contributed resources to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina, it also must be ever vigilant in focusing on its primary goal of preventing terrorist attacks in the U.S. One of Homeland Security's most challenged agencies has been the Transportation Security Administration, which early on was saddled with ou

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