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February 2007

  • Cryptographer's Panel: Founding fathers still eager for new advances

    On the eve of cryptography's 30th anniversary, the men who invented the field say they're proud of what's been accomplished, but new cryptosystems are needed to keep on top of emerging threats.

  • CA backup bug exploitable on Vista

    In what appears to be the first exploit for a third-party app running on Vista, a previously patched buffer overflow vulnerability in CA BrightStor ARCserve Backup has been exploited. One security ...

  • Rootkit dangers at an 'all-time high'

    Industry experts at RSA Conference 2007 say not only have rootkits become the weapon of choice for malicious hackers, but they've also emerged as useful tools for legitimate businesses trying to ex...

  • RSA Conference 2007: Product announcements

    RSA Conference 2007: Product announcements

  • The Daily Dose: Chris Wysopal blogs from RSA Conference 2007

    In his exclusive daily column from RSA Conference 2007, security pro Chris Wysopal comments on vulnerability disclosure, and says emerging Web application technologies present many new attack vecto...

  • Symantec chief: Consumer confidence in data protection is key to online growth

    In his keynote at RSA Conference 2007, Symantec CEO John W. Thompson said Big Yellow is ready for the shifting dynamics in the information security market, and implied that Microsoft's growing pres...

  • Cyberwar: A threat to business

    In the dark crevices of the virtual world, malicious individuals and groups are at the ready, waiting for the perfect opportunity to target U.S. businesses where and when they least expect it. In t...

  • Intrusion detection systems are alive and kicking

    IPS hasn't overtaken intrusion detection systems just yet. Senior News Writer Bill Brenner reveals what customers want when they're shopping for IDS products.

  • Integration migration

    Today John Swainson, president and chief executive officer of CA, will be making his first keynote speech at an RSA conference. Since joining CA in 2004, John has focused the company on its core st...

  • NAC gains traction

    Until recently, the network access control market had been all style and little substance, but at last vendors large and small are proving that NAC may be worth the investment.

  • Going Wi-Fi? Go safely

    Today's security professionals are forced to balance the convenience that wireless technology offers with the need to enforce a solid security policy.

  • VeriSign touts benefits of Extended Validation SSL Certificates

    VeriSign and other certificate authorities (CAs) have been at the forefront of Extended Validation SSL Certificates (formerly known as high-assurance certificates), which standardize the vetting pr...

  • When physical and logical security converge

    For an enterprise to protect itself from a broad array of internal and external threats, more companies are considering security programs that forge closer ties between the physical and logical sec...

  • Pitfalls aplenty going SOA

    Service-oriented architectures may improve the standardization and efficiency of your business -- often at the expense of security. Michael S. Mimoso investigates the security features that vendors...

  • WebSense: PortAuthority deal, Web 2.0 apps reflect changing threat landscape

    Websense's December acquisition of PortAuthority marries ingress and egress detection capabilities, giving the vendor a foothold in defending not only Web threats, but sensitive customer data and i...

  • CISOs mastering 'softer' skills

    This article examines why CISOs can no longer rely on technology skills alone and what businesses are looking for when recruiting their next information security leader.

  • RSA Conference 2007: Special news coverage

    Check out news, interviews, product announcements, podcasts and more live from the RSA Conference 2007 in San Francisco.

  • Keynoters speak volumes

    Times have changed, and RSA Conference keynote speakers no longer need cryptography and security backgrounds. This year's headliners include several rock stars of the IT industry, along with some n...

  • Dozens of Web sites spread malicious Trojan

    Update: The same malicious JavaScript keylogger that compromised the Dolphin Stadium Web site last week was found over the weekend on dozens of other high-profile Web sites.

  • Web apps remain a trouble spot

    Cross-site scripting and code injection have become even bigger development issues than buffer overflows. George Hulme reports the new threats to your Web applications.