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December 2005

  • Out-of-cycle IE patch may be imminent

    Microsoft may release a critical Internet Explorer fix before the next Patch Tuesday, amid reports that malicious code is targeting a memory corruption flaw.

  • Be afraid of the catastrophic data breach

    Though stories on the latest data breaches seem to pass through the headlines in the blink of an eye, experts warn that the loss or exposure of customer data can have long-lasting consequences. In ...

  • SearchSecurity.com's Guide to Thwarting Hacker Techniques

    This guide provides you with a plethora of tips, expert advice and Web resources that offer more in-depth information about hacker techniques and various tactics you can employ to protect your netw...

  • Fingerprinting logon techniques

    Learn how to personalize/replace the Windows 2000 logon prompt with fingerprint login techniques, in this identity and access management Q&A.

  • On the Mend

    Health care giant Novartis AG got a much-needed shot in the arm with a comprehensive risk assessment and revamped security management system.

  • Controlling the Uncontrollable

    Organizations must leverage policy, and harness new protocols and technology to tame wild WLANs.

  • Thinking Ahead

    Information Security's 2006 Priorities Survey signals a transition for security managers from an operational to a more strategic stance.

  • To Catch a Thief

    Forensics tools aren't only used in high-profile cases.