Move over DHS, another alerting service on offer

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About two weeks after the Department of Homeland Security recently announced an improved National Cyber Alert System, St. Bernard Software Inc. has unveiled free alerting services of its own to keep users up to date on the newest Microsoft-based security threats and patches.

"That's coincidental," says St. Bernard's Jeff Graham, product manager. "It's interesting because it's on a lot of people's minds in terms of how are [they] going to keep up-to-date with vulnerabilities and patches." The free opt-in email service and patch database is being touted as a means by ...

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