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  • Application security: How much does software really cost?

    When purchasing software, asking tough questions and other steps can help you to determine application security -- a major component of the total cost of ownership. 

  • Microsoft still seen as a step behind, but trying harder

    End users are glad Microsoft now sees security as a high priority. But they say the software giant still has work to do. 

  • Big business weighs feds involvement in software flaws

    The nation's leading big business lobby said the federal government should stay out of the commercial software arena -- maybe -- and allow industry and software companies to jointly address the problem of glitch-prone software. 

  • The enemy within: Software options

    Last Christmas, five technical support staffers at Boston-based American Tower Corp., a company that builds and manages cellular communications towers in the U.S., Mexico and Brazil, spent the festive season scanning all of the company's 2000 Windows... 

  • Cisco SNMP flaw allows for DoS attacks

    A coding flaw in Cisco's IOS software for certain routers and switches could leave networks vulnerable to denial-of-service attacks. 

  • Report seeks more secure world for software development

    A task force report released today recommends the corporate, government and academic worlds do more to create software less prone to attacks, including government intervention if necessary. 

  • OPINION: Will Microsoft ever get its act together?

    Checking out Microsoft advisories reveals Microsoft revamped its security bulletins, as published in the security section of its TechNet Web site, causing security concerns. 

  • Gates gets mixed reaction

    Bill Gates' keynote speech this week received a mixed reaction from delegates at the RSA Conference. Some believe that the software giant's recent interest in all things "secure" is an initiative led by the marketing department, while others said tha... 

  • RSA: Gates tries to win back security pros' trust

    Bill Gates tried to win back security professionals' trust this morning by previewing some of the security features of the upcoming Windows XP Service Pack 2 during his keynote at the RSA Conference this week. 

  • RSA preview: Gates facing weary crowd

    IT administrators battling with serious security flaws in Windows will have a chance to hear Bill Gates' story in person at the RSA Conference.