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  • Microsoft users sticking with third-party security vendors

    IT pros are pleased with Microsoft's security advances, including those found in Forefront. But don't expect them to drop their third-party security vendors. 

  • More from SearchSecurity.com -- April 2007

    In the April 2007 edition, Information Security recognizes the best security technology with its Readers' Choice awards. 

  • SearchSecurity.com Launches Security Bytes blog

    We are proud to announce the official launch of Security Bytes, the new editorial blog written by the editors of SearchSecurity.com and Information Security magazine. 

  • Security Products Readers' Choice Awards 2007

    In this month's issue of Information Security magazine, find out which security products were your picks as best in class for 2007 in categories including vulnerability management, intrusion detection, authentication, antimalware, risk management, un... 

  • McAfee names new CEO

    Dave DeWalt has been named the new president and CEO of McAfee Inc., which has been licking its wounds in the wake of a stock option scandal and other problems. 

  • More from SearchSecurity.com -- March 2007

    This month, Information Security magazine reviews six device control tools that manage the access and privileges meted out to removable storage devices like USB drives, MP3 players and other media. 

  • Black Hat DC: Feds seek new digital forensic tools

    The Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) is overwhelmed by the amount of data it must study, and director Jim Christy hopes the private sector can help with better forensic tools. 

  • Early DST start causes security heartburn

    IT professionals say the earlier start to daylight-saving time (DST) could have unintended security consequences, such as timing glitches in their forensic and auditing tools. 

  • Solaris flaw a reminder of why Telnet is toast

    This week in Security Blog Log: Industry experts say a flaw in Sun Microsystems' Solaris 10 operating system should serve as a stark reminder that Telnet is not safe. 

  • Coviello: In 3 years, no more stand-alone security

    RSA President Art Coviello says today's patchwork of monolithic security devices will disappear in the next three years as security is integrated into the larger IT infrastructure.