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    Symantec's pairing with Nokia and purchase of Sygate indicates that the security company is continuing to look for ways to protect devices and networks. 

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    Wireless threats are becoming so overhyped that some companies are taking a 'Just Say No' approach -- instead doing nothing to secure wireless access points installed by employees. 

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    Fossil teams up with PalmSource to offer a watch-based PDA that may help to keep information from falling into the wrong hands. 

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    Three weeks after the 29A virus group launched Duts, the first proof-of-concept virus for PDAs running PocketPC, a new Trojan horse is targeting the handheld devices. 

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    Presentations beginning today will analyze vulnerabilities, zero-day code, phishing and secure wireless deployment, among many other topics. 

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    Conflicting reports on the dangers posed to networks by malicious code targeting handheld devices prompted us to seek out some experts for their opinions. Our three-part roundtable examines the potential dangers to networks, enhanced risk to those ev... 

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