Security Archives - Page 334

Tools cover security gauntlet

Tools cover security gauntlet

An accidentally typed URL prompted an Alberta school board to take steps toward increased security flexibility as well as reduced...

April 28th, 2005 Chris Conrath
Microsoft delays NGSCB security plan

Microsoft delays NGSCB security plan

Microsoft Corp. has postponed most of its Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) security plan, company officials confirmed. Only a sliver...

April 27th, 2005 Joris Evers
Bettering your security behaviour

Bettering your security behaviour

Everyone knows the rules for losing weight: eat less, exercise more. Knowing the rules doesn’t inspire people to change their...

April 25th, 2005 Rosie Lombardi
Security Services and Enterprise Risk Analyst

Security Services and Enterprise Risk Analyst

A wireless network should be governed by the same – or equivalent – security standards as a wired one, says...

April 25th, 2005 Vanessa Ho
Sea-change in security

Sea-change in security

The future isn’t what it used to be. In The Jetsons vision of yesteryear, humans lived harmoniously with gleaming technology,...

April 25th, 2005 Rosie Lombardi
Hackers plot more phishing, mobile viruses

Hackers plot more phishing, mobile viruses

Mass-mailer viruses like Bagle, Netsky and MyDoom are so pass...

April 24th, 2005 Scarlet Pruitt
EU task force to study IT critical infrastructure

EU task force to study IT critical infrastructure

The European Union has set up a task force to explore what its 25 member states are doing in the...

April 24th, 2005 John Blau
Worms wreak as much havoc as viruses

Worms wreak as much havoc as viruses

Like airborne viruses, instant messaging worms are fledglings, but very much on the rise. These new worms are also proving...

April 17th, 2005 Cathleen Moore
Harvard turns down hacking applicants

Harvard turns down hacking applicants

Harvard Business School said it will reject the applications of the 119 applicants who recently hacked into the school’s admissions...

April 14th, 2005 Linda Rosencrance
McAfee CSO takes on threat management challenges

McAfee CSO takes on threat management challenges

Ted Barlow, McAfee Inc.’s chief security officer (CSO) and vice-president, risk management, sat down with ComputerWorld Canada contributor Tom Venetis...

April 14th, 2005 Tom Venetis