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MCI intros spam-busting offering

MCI intros spam-busting offering

When people come back from vacation they often dread a deluge of spam clogging their work e-mail inboxes. On average,...

July 21st, 2005 Vanessa Ho
Vendors look to tie in security

Vendors look to tie in security

Network and systems management vendors have been on a shopping spree of sorts for some time now, and the current...

July 21st, 2005 Denise Dubie
president, SHRC

president, SHRC

Most stories of IT security breaches inevitably end with a humbled company official declaring that their IT security will be...

July 21st, 2005 Rosie Lombardi
Security more than just tech

Security more than just tech

Security is a burning issue for anyone involved in networking today. Not a day goes by without at least one...

July 21st, 2005 Michael Martin
CA launches security applications package

CA launches security applications package

Computer Associates recently unveiled a suite of applications designed to address the anti- virus, data backup and PC migration needs...

July 7th, 2005 Denise Dubie
How hackers turn to cybercrime : Study

How hackers turn to cybercrime : Study

What started out as an online businessman’s dirty tactic lasted for almost half a year and cost victims over US$2...

July 5th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman
One smart phish

One smart phish

No matter how you look at it, phishing is bad news. Its destructiveness occurs on an individual level with a...

June 30th, 2005 Gregg Mastoras
DNS attacks on the rise

DNS attacks on the rise

The number and severity of DNS (Domain Name Service) server attacks has risen sharply on networks around the globe, as...

June 30th, 2005 CIO Canada Staff
Hack forces security audit at Morningstar Canada

Hack forces security audit at Morningstar Canada

Morningstar Inc.'s Canadian subsidiary is being forced to spend thousands of dollars on a security audit to reassure users about...

February 17th, 2002 Jaikumar Vijayan
Fax-to-e-mail service launched nationally

Fax-to-e-mail service launched nationally

For Asset Management Associates Inc. (AMAI), a consulting company in Toronto, privacy is a very important issue. The firm does...

January 6th, 2000 Cindy Steinman