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Roses Only flags big tech changes

Roses Only flags big tech changes

New CIO sought.
Jan 10 2013 2:07PM
Conroy brands Coalition NBN changes 'Stalinistic'

Conroy brands Coalition NBN changes 'Stalinistic'

Political pawns of the telcos.
Mar 24 2011 7:02PM
Yahoo to hold on to personal details for only 90 days

Yahoo to hold on to personal details for only 90 days

Yahoo has announced a new data retention policy that slashes the time personal details are held.
Dec 19 2008 10:09AM
ACCC plans to reject eBay's PayPal only policy

ACCC plans to reject eBay's PayPal only policy

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued a draft notice proposing to revoke a notification lodged by eBay on 11 April 2008 regarding the use of PayPal for almost all transactions on the eBay site.


Jun 13 2008 4:45PM
Only two-thirds of Chinese steal software now

Only two-thirds of Chinese steal software now

China Internet Lab has released its "China Software Piracy Rate Survey 2007" in Beijing.
Jun 11 2008 3:36PM
Dating site caters for smart cookies only

Dating site caters for smart cookies only

A new dating site caters exclusively for "intelligent" people and requires potential members to pass an IQ test in order to sign up.
Apr 28 2008 4:11PM
Information is our only security weapon: Bruce Schneier

Information is our only security weapon: Bruce Schneier

Computer security expert Bruce Schneier took a swipe at a number of sacred cows of security including RFID tags, national ID cards and public CCTV security cameras in his keynote address to Linux.conf.au this morning.
Jan 30 2008 12:44PM
Clock speed is only half the story

Clock speed is only half the story

Intel’s Penryn chips are set to usher in changes to desktop, laptop and server designs that reflect new realities in computing, going beyond raw processing speed to address multimedia handling and the specific demands of virtualisation.
Nov 13 2007 10:10AM
We're only trying to help

We're only trying to help

User feedback can provide free online consumer research and security reports, so why is it impossible to leave any?
May 29 2007 4:23PM
'Drive-by pharming' attacks need only router access to steal personal information

'Drive-by pharming' attacks need only router access to steal personal information

As many as half of all broadband users - including some small- and medium-size enterprises - are susceptible to a new pharming attack that can succeed without the hacker ever penetrating the computer, Symantec announced today.
Feb 15 2007 7:55PM
CISOs are only part of the plan

CISOs are only part of the plan

Can CISOs and CSOs make a difference in the companies for which they work? Can they shape a successful IT security program that promotes a flourishing, trusted and respected business? And, in the end, does it really matter if a company has a lead professional in place to oversee and usher in IT security practices, or can a company do without yet still maintain a strong IT security posture that begets consumer and investor confidence?
Aug 7 2006 9:53PM
Only we can save the world wide web

Only we can save the world wide web

One of the delegates at the closed Executive Security Action Forum, held before the RSA conference this year, asked: "What will the internet look like – and will it even be there for our children?"
Jul 12 2006 2:35PM
Four of ten users have only one password

Four of ten users have only one password

Simple passwords are putting companies at risk, according to a new survey unveiled at the Infosec Europe 2006 show in London.
Apr 26 2006 10:48AM
Sun Grid rises - only to be attacked

Sun Grid rises - only to be attacked

It did not take long for the new Sun Grid – which offers enterprises access to thousands of CPUs – to become the victim of malicious activity.
Mar 23 2006 10:06PM
Pentesting is not the only route

Pentesting is not the only route

“Almost all security breaches are completely unrelated to penetration issues"
Sep 5 2005 3:39PM
Only a total approach will do

Only a total approach will do

Jun 21 2005 11:50AM
Standing room only at Interchange

Standing room only at Interchange

From patching to wireless networks, CSOs’ various concerns run the gamut, as John Sterlicchi and Illena Armstrong discover
Jan 10 2005 3:57PM
Only cooperation will make us less vulnerable

Only cooperation will make us less vulnerable

There’s been a lot of news on the patching front lately – and not all of it’s bad. Yes, Microsoft has released another list of critical vulnerabilities that leading security gurus say companies would do well to patch against immediately. And sure, some security experts and consumers are miffed at Internet Security Systems for reportedly being selfish with their patches
May 6 2004 9:23AM
Only authorized users welcome

Only authorized users welcome

With internal attacks on systems becoming ever more frequent, and the necessity for data accuracy increasing under corporate compliance legislation, I decided it was time to examine whether centralized user provisioning could secure information cost-effectively.
Feb 12 2004 6:17PM
For Your Eyes Only - Maximizing Security in a Closed Environment

For Your Eyes Only - Maximizing Security in a Closed Environment

Fingerprint, retinal or even voice identification have traditionally existed only in James Bond-style blockbuster movies.
Jan 15 2004 10:48AM

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