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What's next for the telecoms industry under Labor

What's next for the telecoms industry under Labor

Independent telecommunications analyst, Paul Budde, looks at how the Labor victory will further develop the broadband policies - and, even more importantly, how they will be executed.
Nov 26 2007 7:10AM
Industry views: What's consolidation doing to development?

Industry views: What's consolidation doing to development?

With the recent announcement that EMC will be buying RSA Security, it is clear that the consolidation wave is rolling through the identity authentication and management space. This wave probably began in December of 2005 when RSA bought Cyota, but while that deal could be viewed as a one-off acquisition of a private company by a much larger public company, this $2 billion acquisition signals the start of real changes to come.
Aug 1 2006 3:57PM
So what's in store for you this year?

So what's in store for you this year?

Spam, trojans, keyloggers and every variety of virus are on the increase, making life harder for information security professionals. René Millman assesses the scale of this onslaught
Feb 10 2006 4:25PM
RSA Conference: What's coming in the next 15 years?

RSA Conference: What's coming in the next 15 years?

As RSA Conference celebrates its 15th anniversary, we thought it only appropriate to find out from leading information security players what they think the industry can expect to see in the next 15 years.
Feb 8 2006 7:46PM
Spam – what's the solution?

Spam – what's the solution?

The problem of spam hardly needs an introduction. It is a time-waster for recipients. It has its sinister side in the form of V-spam and phishing. And it consumes infrastructure resources -- especially bandwidth. The only real solution available today is blocking: either at the recipients' premises or, sometimes, at the recipients' ISP. But this feels very much like locking the stable door after the horse has bolted and there must be a better alternative.
Jul 20 2004 4:47PM
What's In Store For Infosecurity?

What's In Store For Infosecurity?

Sitting in a hotel room in San Jose, California, I found my interest turn to the local NBC news broadcast when the anchor asked viewers if they thought they were safe wandering cyberspace.
Jan 19 2004 10:15AM
Cryptographic Policy - What’s the Blowback?

Cryptographic Policy - What’s the Blowback?

In early 2000, Americans became aware of a common U.S. Intelligence term called ‘blowback.’
Jan 16 2004 12:48PM
Computer Security - What's Hiding In Your Closet?

Computer Security - What's Hiding In Your Closet?

How's that for a catchy title?
Jan 15 2004 12:03PM
What’s In a Name?

What’s In a Name?

In this article, issues of virus naming as they impact users will be discussed, and some of the ways that naming might affect the reviewing of products will be examined.
Jan 14 2004 3:26PM
Broadband: what’s the hold up?

Broadband: what’s the hold up?

Jan 1 2000 12:00AM

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