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Security experts beaten at their own game

Security experts beaten at their own game

RSA Conference delegates leave themselves wide open to attack.
Feb 9 2007 12:22PM
Firms clueless about their IT assets

Firms clueless about their IT assets

Companies fail to keep tabs on servers, operating systems and patchlevels.
Feb 8 2007 10:47AM
Spanish finance company Telefonica extend partnership with RSA

Spanish finance company Telefonica extend partnership with RSA

The Spanish telecommunications company, Telefonica Empresas, announced today the expansion of its working relations with RSA, in an attempt to protect financial institutions based in Spain from online fraud.
Nov 27 2006 9:10AM
Opinion: Outsourcing - have Australian corporates done their research?

Opinion: Outsourcing - have Australian corporates done their research?

Qantas’s announcement today to outsource a massive $120 million worth of work to Indian company Tata Consultancy Services is the latest example of major league companies outsourcing their technology in Australia
Nov 16 2006 3:27PM
Consumers look to generate their own electricity

Consumers look to generate their own electricity

Power to the people.
Aug 22 2006 10:22AM
Debate: Can there be any justification for organisations monitoring their staff's email?

Debate: Can there be any justification for organisations monitoring their staff's email?

Jul 12 2006 4:50PM
Meet your attackers on their own own turf

Meet your attackers on their own own turf

There’s plenty of talk today about perimeter security strategies. Protecting the perimeter with multilayered security. Identifying the perimeter. The latest buzz on firewalls. Zero-day attacks. Worm storms. Security toolkits with the latest intrusion detection tools. Secure software applications.
Jun 5 2006 8:28PM
Debate: Anti-virus products just don’t work and vendors are not helping their customers

Debate: Anti-virus products just don’t work and vendors are not helping their customers

Jan 25 2006 3:56PM
Large enterprise: How the big boys cover their assets

Large enterprise: How the big boys cover their assets

Just one lone publicly disclosed identity theft incident can make even the largest enterprise beef up information security and privacy practices fast.
Jan 13 2006 8:27PM
Debate: Traditional firewalls have outlived their usefulness and should be thrown out with the trash

Debate: Traditional firewalls have outlived their usefulness and should be thrown out with the trash

Oct 21 2005 5:06PM
Debate» Traditional firewalls have outlived their usefulness and should be thrown on the scrapheap

Debate» Traditional firewalls have outlived their usefulness and should be thrown on the scrapheap

Jul 29 2005 2:46PM
Debate» Voice over IP networks pose a security threat to enterprises and their users

Debate» Voice over IP networks pose a security threat to enterprises and their users

Jul 22 2005 3:27PM
Citigroup notifies 3.9 million customers of lost tapes with their data

Citigroup notifies 3.9 million customers of lost tapes with their data

Citigroup on Monday said it is notifying 3.9 million consumer lending customers that computer tapes containing their personal data were lost by UPS while enroute to a credit bureau.
Jun 6 2005 8:13PM
End of year survey: SC readers have their say

End of year survey: SC readers have their say

The end-of-year survey of attitudes among the SC readership provides a fascinating snapshot of our industry’s state of health. Ron Condon goes through the responses
Dec 18 2004 9:55PM
Passwords  have finally reached their sell-by date

Passwords have finally reached their sell-by date

Dec 6 2004 4:41PM
Time for users to open their eyes

Time for users to open their eyes

The biggest threat to most organizations’ security is the lack of awareness of their own employees, but training to correct this is still lacking, as Illena Armstrong reports
Nov 12 2004 5:16PM
ISPs told to clean up their networks

ISPs told to clean up their networks

A security expert called on ISPs to do more to stop attacks on their corporate customer's networks.
Oct 9 2004 11:09AM
Britons fear porn could lose them their jobs

Britons fear porn could lose them their jobs

More than a third of British adults - 37 per cent - are worried they could lose their jobs through accidentally accessing porn over the internet.
Aug 31 2004 3:40PM
Corporations spend millions on single sign-on, yet don’t achieve their security goals

Corporations spend millions on single sign-on, yet don’t achieve their security goals

Single sign-on (SSO) has gained great popularity, but due to confusion in the marketplace, decision makers in many organizations don’t realize that SSO alone doesn’t adequately address their security requirements, nor does it address issues of compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, the European Privacy Directives, HIPAA and other regulations. Though implementing SSO can be part of a good security infrastructure, it is only one aspect. Companies that don’t understand this can spend millions without accomplishing their goals.
Aug 10 2004 4:47PM
Crackers, Hackers and Thieves - don’t make their Christmas - leave your Handhelds at home!

Crackers, Hackers and Thieves - don’t make their Christmas - leave your Handhelds at home!

Leave your laptop or personal handheld at home when you join the Christmas rush and revelry, or risk losing your mobile device and all the information which resides on it.
Jan 9 2004 12:39PM

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