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From the 2006 SC Awards: Reader Trust Award Winners

From the 2006 SC Awards: Reader Trust Award Winners

Selected by the IT professionals themselves, winners were announced at the SC Awards in San Jose on Feb. 14.
Mar 14 2006 6:14PM
Few trust websites with personal information, report finds

Few trust websites with personal information, report finds

Less than one in five people are confident that websites will treat personal information properly, according to a new survey by the UK information commissioner.
Nov 21 2005 4:19PM
Can we Trust our Workforce?

Can we Trust our Workforce?

Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals with a strong company loyalty. Even for the odd employee, with a grudge against the company, the combination of laws and contracts in the past acted as sufficient deterrent to any wrong-doing.
Aug 10 2005 10:09AM
No room for excessive trust

No room for excessive trust

Would you let a convicted fraudster look after your financial affairs? Leave your wallet in a room with a known former thief? Give matches to an ex-arsonist? Perhaps feel comfortable knowing that an ex-terrorist hijacker just boarded an aeroplane with you?<
Jul 27 2005 4:29PM
Trust us, we’re experts…

Trust us, we’re experts…

Jul 1 2005 3:08PM
Be careful who you trust

Be careful who you trust

Joined-up business is a huge boon to organizations. But, warns Nationwide’s privacy chief, your partners need to be just as gung ho about security as you are. Marcia Savage reports
Jul 1 2005 11:53AM
Can we trust our workforce?

Can we trust our workforce?

Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals with a strong company loyalty. Even for the odd employee, with a grudge against the company, the combination of laws and contracts in the past acted as sufficient deterrent to any wrong-doing.
Feb 23 2005 4:55PM
Between friends: Don’t extend trust too far

Between friends: Don’t extend trust too far

Outsourcing opens you to a wealth of network security risks, warn Benny Jones and Dorian Deane. Vigilance is the key to overcoming them
Feb 18 2005 5:10PM
Can you trust poachers who turn gamekeeper?

Can you trust poachers who turn gamekeeper?

David Quainton reports on two firms that are taking the risk of having a virus writer on their staff
Dec 3 2004 4:28PM
Intel & MIT team up for web trust

Intel & MIT team up for web trust

Chipmaker Intel and the MIT Sloan Center for eBusiness have teamed up to create an online system that increases trust between a web site and its customers.
Nov 11 2004 9:25PM
Lack of trust affects online banking

Lack of trust affects online banking

Users feel safer participating in ecommerce than utilising online banking, a survey has shown. The survey of 2,000 global users, implemented by Entrust, showed 85 percent participate in some form of ecommerce but less than two thirds bank online.
Oct 19 2004 5:50PM
Open source. Love it or hate it, but can you trust it?

Open source. Love it or hate it, but can you trust it?

Open source software (OSS) is firmly entrenched in the infrastructure of the Internet, and is now making inroads into the security market too. But although the darling of techies everywhere, OSS has its doubters. In particular, many corporate managers have concerns about support, accountability, and longevity.
Jul 28 2004 11:15AM
Health trust finds a way to block attacks quickly

Health trust finds a way to block attacks quickly

A year ago, Homefirst Community Trust was struggling to keep up with the flood of patches for new software vulnerabilities. IT manager Pat Black tells Ron Condon how he managed to get security under control
Jun 23 2004 3:14PM
New standard helps companies trust network connections

New standard helps companies trust network connections

A security specification currently in the works strives to help companies safeguard their networks from worms, viruses, software vulnerabilities and denial of service attacks by allowing users to enforce security policies that stop untrusted systems from connecting to their infrastructures.
May 10 2004 8:51PM
Real connectivity relies on establishing trust

Real connectivity relies on establishing trust

Marcia Savage explains how Raymond James Financial is boosting end-point security for remote agents
Apr 15 2004 10:25AM
The spy within: So who can you trust?

The spy within: So who can you trust?

Technology can only go so far in protecting company secrets. As Nick Booth discovers, people are the most vulnerable resource
Jan 22 2004 11:26AM
Can You Trust Microsoft?

Can You Trust Microsoft?

This year has seen Microsoft out and about wearing its shiny new security cap, proud of internal and external initiatives which it promises will bring about Bill Gates' defined goal of 'trustworthy computing.'
Jan 16 2004 4:32PM
Forrester: users do not trust Microsoft

Forrester: users do not trust Microsoft

Jan 1 2000 12:00AM

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