Data security technology and strategy
- July 28, 2005
The vendor and partner ISS settle their dispute over a presentation that resulted in criminal charges and cease and desist orders.
- June 20, 2005
Just one day after the FTC hands down its ruling on the BJ's privacy breach, CardSystems reveals it failed to protect the data of 40 million credit card customers.
- May 29, 2005
Numerous flaws in Oracle's Metalink Knowledge Base could reveal sensitive customer reports on vulnerabilities and other matters. Other vendors may also be affected.
- March 29, 2005
Elsewhere, Linux kernel fixed, telecoms form new security alliance, cybersecurity regulation questioned and a vendor calls off a virus writing contest.
- January 18, 2005
Twenty-three flaws headline Oracle's first quarterly patch cycle.
- November 01, 2004
The Santa Clara, Calif., company issued a fix for a highly critical flaw in its proxy server.
- November 01, 2004
Political activists and IT experts fear security glitches could affect e-voting machines -- and the outcome of a close presidential race.
- September 02, 2004
Internet turns 35; federal computers used as spam relays; XP SP2 a bigger pain for smaller companies.
- August 04, 2004
Researchers have identified 34 vulnerabilities in Oracle's database; the majority of the flaws are critical.
- July 29, 2004
The second of a two-part interview with SPI Dynamics CTO Caleb Sima tells what you should fear, why and what you can do to mitigate your risk.
- July 26, 2004
SQL injection exploits may soon be as common as those targeting Windows and Unix flaws, experts say. An estimated 60% of Web applications using dynamic content are likely vulnerable, with devastating consequences for an enterprise. A presentation of...
- January 23, 2004
This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the debut of the SQL Slammer worm, an infamous time in information-security annals. Experts remind administrators that the lessons learned a year ago remain relevant today.
- April 21, 2003
SAN FRANCISCO -- The growth rate of system and software vulnerabilities has tripled in the last 24 months to 60 per month, and new viruses are popping up at a rate of 10 to 15 a month. In the meantime, enterprises are being bombarded with constant ...
- January 27, 2003
Ideally, most vulnerable SQL Servers should have been patched over the weekend to counteract the Slammer worm. But security experts know that just isn't the case.
- January 21, 2002
Quick Takes: Database security takes center stage