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Microsoft bugs give familiar creepy feeling 
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Microsoft is investigating newly discovered security flaws that could affect millions of users. Research outfit eEye highlighted the vulnerabilities, affecting Internet ...
 
Enterprises give mobile solutions a walk through 
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Australian businesses are trialling mobile solutions in a bid to streamline processes and gain a competitive edge, according to a survey.
 
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Stand-alone security will become a thing of the past as security becomes integrated into the network, said Juniper Networks CEO Scott Kriens.
 
U.S. consumers apt to give away personal data  
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Americans release too much personal information over the phone and web, making them vulnerable to identity theft and phishing, according to a survey released by EDS and the ...
 
(ISC)2 to give away $50,000 
By Dan Ilett | Sep 6, 2004 | Comment Now 
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Recent contracts give Novell solid quarter 
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NISCC to give early warnings to firms 
By Dan Ilett | Aug 4, 2004 | Comment Now 
The information security arm of the Home Office – the National Information Security Co-ordination Centre (NISCC) – is set to provide early security warnings to major UK ...
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