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  • Vernier Networks quietly changes name, approach

    One analyst says Vernier Networks' decision to re-launch as Autonomic Networks could be in response to slower-than-expected growth in the NAC sector. 

  • Layoffs affect EMC's RSA security division

    EMC Corp's RSA security division confirmed that employees are being eliminated to reduce redundancies. 

  • Top 10 security headlines of 2007

    From dangling pointers to massive data breaches, 2007 was an eventful year in security. Here are 10 stories that summarize the top news of the year. 

  • Bruce Schneier reflects on a decade of security trends

    Author, blogger, cryptographer and security luminary Bruce Schneier shares his opinions on the trends and technology of the last 10 years in information security. 

  • Year of non-stop consolidation in information security market

    Consolidation continued at a rapid clip with the data loss prevention and Web application security markets seeing the most activity 

  • IT pros: SANS Top 20 still useful

    Though trends in the latest SANS Top 20 changed little compared to last year, IT pros say it remains a useful tool for reinforcing security procedures and raising awareness. 

  • ISD 2007 Best in Show award winners announced

    Three vendors were recognized for outstanding products at the TechTarget 2007 Information Security Decisions conference. 

  • Symantec acquires Vontu for DLP know-how

    In a move that was widely expected, Symantec announced Monday that it will acquire data loss prevention (DLP) vendor Vontu for $350 million. 

  • Microsoft adds CA vets to anti-malware team

    Microsoft has hired Jakub Kaminski, one of CA's more talented and well-regarded antivirus researchers, and three of his colleagues from CA's Australian lab. 

  • eEye CEO says company isn't for sale

    With an ever-increasing number of security vendors getting acquired or merged into other companies, speculation over who's next has become an industry sport. In recent weeks some of that speculation has focused on Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based eEye Digit...