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Major companies team on vulnerability rating system

Major companies team on vulnerability rating system

Leading IT companies including Cisco Systems Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Symantec Corp. are promoting a rating system that will standardize...

February 20th, 2005 Paul Roberts
Sober worm starts running amok

Sober worm starts running amok

A new version of the Sober worm wriggled out of its hole early on Monday and set about quickly attacking...

February 20th, 2005 James Niccolai
CEO, Symantec Corp.

CEO, Symantec Corp.

When Slammer hit two years ago it caused an upheaval in a lot of places.The worm led many security product...

February 17th, 2005 Chris Conrath
Symantec-Veritas merger has difficult work on tap

Symantec-Veritas merger has difficult work on tap

Symantec Corp. CEO John Thompson’s vision of end-to-end security coming from the merger with Veritas Software Corp. will need to...

February 17th, 2005 Tom Venetis
Senforce enforces client security wisely

Senforce enforces client security wisely

Senforce Technologies Inc.’s enterprise mobile security manager (EMSM) is a centrally managed platform for creating and deploying very granular access...

February 17th, 2005 Keith Schultz
New open specs to make security dream a reality

New open specs to make security dream a reality

As part of a plan to increase the use of strong authentication in the enterprise, RSA Security Inc. has released...

February 17th, 2005 Matthew Broersma
Cisco widens security net across the network

Cisco widens security net across the network

Cisco Systems Inc. released ten new security products at the recent RSA Conference, each aimed at extending the firm’s defense...

February 16th, 2005 Greg Enright
Network security must be proactive, not reactive says Cisco CEO

Network security must be proactive, not reactive says Cisco CEO

Security must move to the network for companies to remain safe in the face of debilitating and dangerous threats, said...

February 16th, 2005 Tom Venetis
New Zealand antispam product goes open source

New Zealand antispam product goes open source

Firetrust Ltd. chief executive Nick Bolton says the company has launched its MailWasher Server antispam filter as an open source...

February 15th, 2005 David Watson
Antivirus, e-mail vendors up ante in malware fight

Antivirus, e-mail vendors up ante in malware fight

Technology to fight spyware, remotely controlled bots and other threats will dominate news from the RSA Conference in San Francisco...

February 14th, 2005 Paul Roberts