ARM adding hardware-based security to its cores

ARM adding hardware-based security to its cores

Chip designer ARM Ltd. will add extensions to its processor core next year that incorporate hardware-based security technologies, the company...

May 27th, 2003 Tom Krazit

Deutsche Bank tries to marry wireless and security

Deutsche Bank tries to marry wireless and security

A company looking to beef up the security of its wireless operations should start with its own policies and standards,...

May 7th, 2003 Brian Sullivan

Report: Canadians surfing on company time

Report: Canadians surfing on company time

Canadian employers are paying employees to shop online, bank online and send personal e-mails during work hours, says a recent...

April 14th, 2003 Allison Taylor

Report: Canadians surfing on company time

Report: Canadians surfing on company time

Canadian employers are paying employees to shop online, bank online and send personal e-mails during work hours, says a recent...

April 10th, 2003 Allison Taylor

VPN software is not created equal

VPN software is not created equal

With IP Security VPNs established as a preferred method of remote access, businesses now must weigh an array of options...

January 14th, 2003 Tim Greene

WS-Security specs make their debut

WS-Security specs make their debut

Holding true to its self-anointed mission to enable secure Web services between applications, organizations, and end-users, IBM Corp. and Microsoft...

December 17th, 2002 Brian Fonseca and Ed Scannell

Users air networked storage frustrations

Users air networked storage frustrations

The plight faced by storage administrators is clear. Vendors armed with hefty research and development budgets have scrambled to deliver...

November 30th, 2002 Ashlee Vance

A little bird that guards your online privacy

A little bird that guards your online privacy

If you want to get detailed information about how Web sites use your personal data, then you need to listen...

November 28th, 2002 Andrew Brandt

New P3P specification adoptions slow moving

New P3P specification adoptions slow moving

The Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) specification was released in April, and so far nearly 20 per cent of the...

November 17th, 2002 Patrick Thibodeau