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  • Gartner summit opens to mixed reviews

    Despite a slow start to the Gartner IT Security Summit , some say one of Sunday's topics--IM security--is among their biggest concerns. 

  • Kumar resigns from Computer Associates

    Despite vows to stick with the company he ran until a recent demotion, former Computer Associates CEO and chairman Sanjay Kumar resigned Friday. 

  • Industry Notebook: SafeNet finds gold at the end of the Rainbow acquisition

    SafeNet completed its merger with Rainbow Technologies, while new releases from Teros, Vericept, Tumbleweed Communications and Executive Software are highlighted. 

  • MCI offers DoS guarantee

    On the eve of its emergence from bankruptcy, MCI plans the industry's first denial of service guarantee to help strengthen overall network security protection. 

  • Computer Associates former exec admits wrongdoing

    One of Computer Associates' former senior executives pleaded guilty to obstructing justice during a federal probe into the software giant's previous accounting practices. 

  • Sun fixes multiple vulnerabilities in Cobalt server

    Sun Microsystems has released fixes for six vulnerabilities in its Sun Cobalt server line. The flaws' seriousness varies. Some just allow privilege escalation while other allow the running of arbitrary code on affected systems. 

  • IT security in 2004: The glass will be half empty

    SearchSecurity.com site editor Crystal Ferraro sees a barrage of familiar security woes in store for enterprises in 2004. 

  • New threats, regulatory woe to cause '04 security headaches

    Virus writers are getting craftier and lawmakers are getting tougher, which should make for an interesting upcoming year in enterprise security. 

  • Security luminaries form CSO think tank

    The Global Council of Chief Security Officers was born Wednesday in San Francisco. The group has entrusted itself with defining the role of the CSO and fostering private-public sector relationships in the name of cybersecurity. 

  • SANS list names top Windows, Unix flaws

    The SANS Institute's annual list of the most vulnerable Windows and Unix services and applications is intended to be a benchmark for administrators who want to measure their security.