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Don't believe the VoIP security hype
Influential survey says security 'set back by 6 years'
Wireless security: Public Wi-Fi could open security holes
Sober exploits fear of government, lust for Paris Hilton
Wireless security crucial to railway safety
Exploit code targets IE memory corruption flaw
Wireless security: Companies deal with software updates
Microsoft warns of Windows memory flaw
Patching the patch process
Multiple new Sober variants spy on passwords
Patching gets faster, but threats shifting focus
IDS: Still head of the class in security education
Hackers installing keyloggers at a record rate
Sony rootkit uninstaller causes bigger threat
The CISO's newest duty: bailiff
IPsec-related flaw could yield new round of attacks
Security Bytes: FTC cracks down on alleged spyware distributors
Data shows spyware becoming 'global pandemic'
Commentary: Why companies still struggle with compliance
Loss, theft still No. 1 threat to mobile data
Trojans target Sony DRM and Windows
Indian BPO providers tighten data security
Sony takes second stab at DRM patch
Microsoft spills beans on new desktop manager
SOX: New rules for year two
Lupper worm targets Linux systems
Five compliance questions to ask your CEO
Patching on borrowed time
Security Bytes: Did adware maker help bust botnet?
Review: A pricy P1 may be worth the extra investment
Review: New version of Enterprise Threat Shield helps halt spyware
Sony rootkit could lead to dangerous exploits
Review: Series of tools helps shore up faulty coding
Security Bytes: Cisco patches IOS flaw
Review: InterScan Web Security Suite easy to use and intuitive
One critical Windows patch coming
New bot may threaten Cisco routers
Review: SecureWave's device control deters data leakage
Putting password security in users' hands
Voyager worm targets Oracle databases
Administering computers with registry-based Group Policy
Security Bytes: PHP users urged to upgrade
Bots in the A/C, spyware in the 'fridge
More enterprises admit to intrusions, lack of best practices
What is spyware? Industry group has an answer.
Security Bytes: IE7 defenses revealed
Web services security specs hit the standards track
The trouble with Oracle's password security
A level 5 disaster recovery plan
Special Report: In the Eye of the Beholder
Are open source databases more secure?
Group seeks to bolster VoIP security
High-risk flaws in Skype
Windows Plug and Play has a new enemy
Microsoft antispyware: Dominant or destructive?
Reporter's Notebook: NYC 'controls the software industry'
Admins grapple with latest Oracle patch puzzle
Competing regulations clog road to compliance
Spyware Survey: Do users want Uncle Sam in this fight?
Apache fixes pair of Web server flaws
Oracle unloads critical patch pile
Spyware Survey: Squashing the pests in your PC
Powerful payloads: The evolution of exploit frameworks
Spyware Survey: What's worked for you?
Snort update fixes security hole
Security Bytes: New malware targets Skype users
Spyware Survey: Coming to terms with the problem
Spyware Survey: Where's this coming from?
How avian flu could threaten IT security
Exploit code lurks following new Windows patches
Snort users fear future under Check Point
Symantec fixes 'critical' Veritas flaw
OpenSSL vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks
Security hole in multiple AV products evades notice
Don't discount software distribution sites as attack vectors
Microsoft issues critical patches for IE, Windows apps
Active Directory: Keep your domain user accounts in check
HTTP admin interface flaw found in Sun directory server
Updated: Bilingual worm poised to penetrate networks
Check Point to buy Sourcefire for about $225m
A legal shield for pen-test results
Nine Microsoft security patches coming today
Review: Hercules 4.0 provides ample control over vulnerabilities
Security Bytes: Kaspersky patch for AV hole on its way
Reporter's notebook: Storage Decisions wrap-up
This cell phone fraud has a familiar ring
Laptops lifted right under corporate noses
Symantec buys Bindview for $209 million
Firefox 1.5 gets the sniff test
September sees surge in IM threats
The rise of 'dataflation'
Interview: Jennifer Granick's take on 'Ciscogate'
Leaning on the law to bust black-market data exchanges
Will US-CERT bring sanity to virus naming?
Cisco, Trend Micro launch new service
Active Directory getting critical look from regulators
Giving notice: Victims lashing out at compromised companies
Security Bytes: Scammers target Yahoo visitors
Phishers' latest hook: SSL certificates
Judge sides with credit card companies in data theft case