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  • Vendors admit more cooperation needed on security

    Security leaders from large software vendors pledged to cooperate on embedding more security into their products. 

  • IBM, HP reshape Web app security market

    As Executive Editor Dennis Fisher explains, developers and customers could stand to benefit with Web security tools built into larger development suites. 

  • Will HP do the right thing with SPI Dynamics?

    Analysts say HP can dramatically boost its security with the purchase of SPI Dynamics, but some users worry about SPI's technology wilting under the new ownership. 

  • HP to acquire SPI Dynamics for Web security

    HP said it would bolster Web site assessments and Web application vulnerabilities with its acquisition of Atlanta-based SPI Dynamics Inc. 

  • PatchLink, SecureWave announce merger

    Security firm PatchLink said it plans to acquire SecureWave to strengthen its patch management platform with endpoint security and policy management features. 

  • Endpoint fears drive PatchLink-SecureWave merger

    Experts say the PatchLink-SecureWave merger makes sense since IT pros want a better way to protect their endpoint devices. But PatchLink's market supremacy is far from assured. 

  • Security Wire Weekly -- June 6, 2007

    Bryan Sartin, Cybertrust's vice president of investigative response, talks about his company's merger with Verizon. Bruce Schneier, chief technology officer of BT Counterpane, and Lloyd Hession, CSO of BT Radianz, talk about life after their mergers ... 

  • Watchfire will help IBM build application security

    Analysts have been pushing the Security 3.0 concept this week at Gartner's IT Security Summit, and one analyst says IBM's acquisition of Watchfire illustrates the trend. 

  • IBM to acquire Watchfire for risk, compliance

    IBM agreed to acquire Waltham, Mass.-based Watchfire Corp. to add Web application and compliance testing tools into Big Blue's Rational development platform. 

  • Testing security of apps could put pressure on vendors

    Gartner IT Security Summit: Companies should shoulder some of the responsibility for testing applications to put pressure on vendors to create more secure software, say panelists.