Tuesday, October 31, 2006

New Windows attack can kill firewall

Hackers have published code that could let an attacker disable the Windows Firewall on certain Windows XP machines.

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Friday, October 13, 2006

Gartner warns of soaring remote access costs

Gartner has called on businesses to develop stringent policies on remote access for workers to avoid escalating IT costs over the remainder of the decade.
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Converged Security Threats Mean Business

Gone are the days of amateur, single-source security threats, as big business takes over creating an Internet filled with converged attacks.
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Friday, October 06, 2006

Compliance regulations take back seat in managing storage

Data growth and disaster recovery/business continuity (DR/BC) are driving archive planning much more than regulatory compliance.
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Trend Micro Offers Security Appliance to Protect E-Mail Networks

Responding to demand from its customers for more hardware-based systems, Trend Micro introduced its new integrated messaging security appliance on Oct. 9, the final piece of the company's strategy to build devices to host each of its software products.
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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Akonix looks to control Skype

Akonixhas released a management appliance intended to help corporate IT gain a measure of control over the popular voice application Skype.
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Execs quizzed by Euro Parliament about data privacy

European companies face tough questions about the illegal sharing of data with U.S. authorities.
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Monday, October 02, 2006

Determina patches latest Microsoft flaw

For the second week in a row, independent security researchers have fixed a hole in Microsoft's software.

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Blue Coat SSL VPN protects data on remote machines

Blue Coat Networks this week is announcing a single SSL-VPN appliance that helps customers with lots of remote access users protect application traffic as it crosses the Internet.

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