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Tips for unmasking network attackers

Knowing the strategies to unmask network attackers is important if you want to stop your company from suffering the after-effects of a data breach

Concordia gets $400K in Cisco security technology

Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering has received network security technology from Cisco Systems Canada to help train students on the skills that employers are seeking. How the Web is increasing the demand for security skills

How to block the right traffic

Experts offer advice on deciding when to use intrusion detection and when to turn to intrusion prevention

SonicWall introduces new UTM device

The NSA 2400 is the latest in a family of SonicWall unified threat management platforms which inspects traffic to Layer 7 without proxying

Security reaches TippingPoint at firm

When Cannex Financial Exchanges Ltd.'s firewall came under attack during the virus flood of 2003, the firm knew it was time for a change....

Security vendor promotes preventive measures

That SQL Slammer was global in three minutes proves the increased speed of cyber attacks. That speed and greater exposures through wireless architectures and Web services applications are rendering companies more vulnerable. The cost of that vulnerability is just a guess as only an estimated 10 or 15 per cent of companies report their downtime. Research firm Computer Economics of Carlsbad, Calif., reportedly conjectures that the worldwide impact of malicious code is lower than the year 2000 high to date, but still over US$12 billion.

Analysts weigh in on security, content

With 2003 around the corner, consider these New Year's resolutions: Better secure your networks, more efficiently manage your company's content, and rethink how to exploit the Internet.

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