Advances in Biometrics Remedy the Need For Increased Security (HelpNetSecurity, 03/20/2009)
Cybercrime Server Exposed Through Google Cache (The Register, 03/23/2009)
Russian Spy Agencies Linked to Georgian Cyber-Attacks (The Register, 03/23/2009)
Scareware Affilitates Playing Search Engines (The Register, 03/23/2009)
Record Numbers of Crimeware Besiege Desktops (HelpNetSecurity, 03/23/2009)
China More Friend Than Foe, Says White Hat (SecurityFocus, 03/20/2009)
Software Lobby Wants Greater Role in U.S. Security (eWeek, 03/22/2009)
The Business Software Alliance, which represents software companies such as Microsoft, is lobbying the White House for a greater role in U.S. cyber-security.
Hackers Based in China Break into Florida Senator’s Office Computers (CQ Politics, 03/20/2009)
Symantec Says Credit Card Data May Have Leaked From India (PCWorld, 03/23/2009)
Malware is Getting Formidable (eWeek, 03/22/2009)
As bad as malware is getting, there’s plenty you can do to affect excellent, if imperfect, protection.
Microsoft Preps Open-Source Apps Marketplace (eWeek, 03/23/2009)
Microsoft is in the process of building out a marketplace for open-source applications that could work like an equivalent to an app store for applications, services and support for open-source technology that runs on the Windows platform.
Current Scanning Activity as Reported By US-CERT (US-CERT, 03/23/2009)
Current Scanning Activity as Reported By the Internet Storm (Internet Storm Center, 03/23/2009)
Smart Grid Fear: Can Hackers Can Take it Down Causing Massive Blackouts? (Chattahbox, 03/23/2009)
Power Grid is Found Susceptible to Cyberattack (IDG News Service, 03/21/2009)
Managed Security Services Gain As Companies Seek Expertise (Search Security, 03/23/2009)
Free HP SWFScan Tools Detects Adobe Flash Flaws (Search Security, 03/23/2009)
Salesforce Tweets a Bit Too Loudly (PC World, 03/23/2009)
Salesforce.com is implementing a new customer service tool for businesses, but is it a tech savvy move or just plain creepy?
Maximizing Your Cloud Applications (TechWeb, 03/21/2009)
Kaminsky: MS Security Assessment Tool is a ‘Game Changed’ (The Register, 03/20/2009)
Revised Guidelines on Cybersecurity Training Provide Help For Both Security And Training Professionals (Government Computer News, 03/23/2009)
Guidelines for information security training for government employees are being revised to reflect the increased specialization in this field over the past decade, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Tech Insight: A DIY Security Testing Lab (darkREADING, 03/20/2009)
When tough economic times do away with security training and other professional networking opportunities, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and do it yourself.
Force10 Adds to Its Virtualization Strategy (eWeek, 03/23/2009)
Force10 is unveiling its new ExaScale E-Series family of routers and switches as a key part of its Virtualization Framework, designed to improve efficiency and agility in enterprise data centers looking to virtualization and cloud computing to help reduce costs and improve performance.
Microsoft IE8 Browser Seeks Compromise On Privacy, Ad Growth (CNN Money, 03/23/2009)
Analyze This: Low-Cost Wireless Spectrum Analyzers Do the Trick (Network World, 03/23/2009)
Cisco, Fluke and AirMagnet — all rooted in Cognio code — are top performers.
Enterprises Still Neglecting WLAN Security (TechWorld, 03/23/2009)
Most European enterprises are neglecting their wireless LAN security, with an alarming number using only the most basic security protection for their wireless networks.
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