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Web ads work, even if you don't see them

Web ads work, even if you don't see them

Boffins find that 'incidental' exposure can be just as effective as in-your-face advertising.
May 15 2007 11:45AM
Future CSOs need you to teach them

Future CSOs need you to teach them

There is an old security adage: "Security is better if it is baked-in, rather than smeared on."
Jul 1 2005 12:38PM
One tool to rule them all

One tool to rule them all

The box that can multitask isn’t just a jack of all trades – it has much to offer, finds René Millman
Jul 1 2005 11:09AM
Don’t prevent communications – monitor them

Don’t prevent communications – monitor them

Personal computers and access to the Internet are becoming ubiquitous in both the commercial and public sector environments; even the UK government has committed to have all government services online by the end of 2005. So why are some organizations trying to prevent the use of the very communications technologies that this pervasiveness brings to our desktops, with all the advantages of speed and cost-saving that they offer?
Nov 17 2004 10:33AM
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
92 per cent of IT managers believe spyware has hit them

92 per cent of IT managers believe spyware has hit them

Almost all IT managers in the UK believe their organisations have been infected with spyware.
Apr 28 2004 11:51AM
Blackout blues ...and what you can do to avoid them

Blackout blues ...and what you can do to avoid them

The recent power outage was a powerful reminder of the value of business continuity provisions. Ron Mobed reports.
Jan 13 2004 4:58PM
Hackers: Are you inviting them in?

Hackers: Are you inviting them in?

Surely by now, organizations should have erected the strongest barriers to hackers. But, as Illena Armstrong and others point out, many holes remain
Jan 13 2004 11:55AM

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