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June 2007

  • Are encryption products better than self-destructing data?

    Although spy vs. spy shows may have made lost data deletion technologies a fun gimmick, information security threat expert Ed Skoudis explains the data protection problems that may arise when a tap...

  • More from SearchSecurity.com -- June 2007

    Highlights from the June 2007 issue of Information Security magazine, examining the role of security integrators and consultants.

  • Secure Computing, Finjan enter patent battle

    The two security vendors have been fighting over who owns patents that relate to network security software and systems. Secure Computing filed a new lawsuit this week.

  • Google Desktop exploit code circulates

    Also in Security Bytes: A data security breach law could be strengthened and Mac OS X users face Samba flaws.

  • Creating a personal digital certificate

    In this SearchSecurity.com expert Q&A, identity management and access control pro Joel Dubin discusses the pros and cons associated with creating a personal digital certificate.

  • What is a logic bomb?

    A logic bomb is a dangerous piece of software designed to damage a computer or network and cause massive data destruction. In this SearchSecurity.com Q&A, Ed Skoudis explains how an enterprise can ...