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  • Report: Microsoft shaking up security market

    A new Forrester analysis says Microsoft is already gaining on the top security vendors, but the battle for security mindshare is just beginning. 

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  • TippingPoint X505 hits the sweet spot

    Product review: This appliance combines IPS, firewall and VPN technologies, and supports around 500 concurrent users. 

  • Federal budget for 2007 to boost cybersecurity

    The president's budget proposal would boost spending to key cybersecurity programs, but some say firms working to improve national infrastructure security need to get their fair share. 

  • Security Wire Weekly: Sourcefire update, new Symantec report, bruised Apple and infosec pros unstain

    This week's podcast features Forrester's Paul Stamp on Check Point's beleaguered Sourcefire acquisition, plus details on a new Symantec report, Apple's latest black eye and why BlackBerry never squeezed security pros. Listen on your PC or download to... 

  • Inside the new CA

    When Toby Weiss takes the stage at the RSA conference today for a keynote address, he'll be representing a new CA. The changes are subtle--an abbreviated corporate name and a strong focus on enterprise IT management. Weiss, senior vice president and ... 

  • Symantec to purchase IMlogic

    The antivirus giant is augmenting its messaging security capabilities by purchasing the IM specialist. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. 

  • Compliance gets more expensive for IT budgets

    New study shows IT spending has increased in order to keep pace with the growing demands of Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations. Analysts predict that this may lead to the canceling of other projects. 

  • Oracle picks up two ID management firms

    Oracle execs today announced the purchase of two identity management firms, which they say will help the company build a 'hot pluggable' software suite that works well with rival applications. 

  • Juniper brings in the Funk for tighter security

    Continuing its drive to offer tight network security, Juniper Networks yesterday announced plans to buy Funk Software for a cool $122 million.