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SharePoint requires another layer of security in the age of cloud computing

MetaLogix’s ControlPoint adds real-time machine learning to proactively monitor content for unauthorized access and use

Fortinet acquires IPLocks

The security appliance vendor now says it plans to use its acquired technology to protect companies from attacks on databases and help with compliance

Canadian IT execs prepare for a change of SOX

The Japanese version of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to be enacted next April will provide previously lacking guidance for IT departments around ensuring internal controls meet compliance requirements, according to Canadian analysts.

Canadian IT execs face ‘J-SOX’ compliance rules

First came Sarbanes-Oxley. Then Bill 198. Now IT managers who work for Japanese-owned firms may have to deal with another layer of controls. What you need to know before the April deadline

McAfee CSO takes on threat management challenges

Ted Barlow, McAfee Inc.

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 John Chambers, CEO of Cisco Systems Inc.

Microsoft CFO: Expect us to make more big acquisitions

Microsoft Corp. may make more large acquisitions than it has done historically and become a more distributed company as opposed to moving key employees to its Redmond, Wash., headquarters, chief financial officer John Connors said Monday.

Experts: IT needs to voice opinion in disaster planning

For a country prone to disasters, from natural and man-made to technology-based, a surprising number of companies have unacceptable plans in place to deal with them, according to experts at this week's World Conference on Disaster Management in Toronto. And, while IT is only a portion of the solution, it can play an important role in mitigating risk.

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