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  • Risk management references

    References for our Insider Threat Management Guide. 

  • VA desktop PC stolen, 36,000 could be at risk

    Update: The incident marks the second time in less than three months that a VA device with sensitive information has been compromised. One expert blames the systematic problem of too much internal trust. 

  • Vendors reject preferential knowledge sharing

    While Cisco continues to investigate a potential PIX firewall flaw, it and other vendors say sharing security information quickly and indiscriminately is always the best policy. 

  • Brief: Moore releases flaw-finding tool

    On the eve of Black Hat, Metasploit Project founder H.D. Moore has released a new tool for finding vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer ActiveX controls, and an updated version of the Metasploit Framework. 

  • Security Bytes: Symantec fixes software flaw

    Meanwhile: Microsoft prepares to roll out OneCare Live, McAfee hopes Falcon will soar and malicious email poses as a Microsoft security notice. 

  • Survey: Women more likely to download spyware

    Women may download spyware more often, but men are more likely to surf risky Web sites on company time, according to new survey results. 

  • Automating Network Compliance and Security

    In this excerpt from Chapter 2 of "The Shortcut Guide to Automating Network Management and Compliance," author Don Jones discusses how networks become non-compliant, and examines how automation can positively impact security and compliance business p... 

  • Wacky Web misuses highlight internal risks

    One vendor says selling corporate assets on eBay, spying on coworkers and running illegal gambling rings are just a few examples of the crazy stunts employees will try when given unchecked use of the Web at work. 

  • Information Gathering: Port Scanning

    This excerpt from Chapter 4 of "Network Security: A Practical Approach," by Jan Harrington examines how port scanning, while useful for troubleshooting network vulnerabilities, can arm crackers with a wealth of information.