Disk Encryption and File Encryption
- October 13, 2005
Attackers could launch malicious code by exploiting a security hole in Veritas NetBackup servers and clients. But Symantec has released a fix.
- March 22, 2004
Data protection mandates in legislation like HIPAA and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act are making encryption more popular, but cryptography as a point solution is another story.
- July 02, 2003
Who's Who in Infosec is an ongoing series featuring profiles of security professionals and their contributions to the industry.
- April 28, 2003
Enterprises have to understand what security problems they have before deciding whether to encrypt data or secure the network or system on which that data is traveling.
- February 10, 2003
Encryption and compression chip-maker Hifn has teamed up with storage appliance vendor NeoScale to market and sell the latter's new line of storage appliances. The appliances can protect data both while it's in transit and stored.
- February 03, 2003
PKWare announced new PKZip products that add strong encryption for MVS and OS/400 platforms and upgrades to its Unix and Windows products, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.
- August 14, 2002
The recently announced security flaw in PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), the popular e-mail encryption software, relies more on social engineering than a glitch in the actual technology. It won't wreak havoc unless a user is tricked into hitting the reply...
- January 18, 2002
This series of tips provides simplified explanations of current encryption technologies, with some suggestions for specific situations thrown in.
- November 05, 2001
Quick Takes: RSA encryption software gets key validation
- September 26, 2001
Experts sounds off on calls for crypto bans