November 12, 2004

Windows XP SP2: A bandage but not a panacea

Service pack plugs some security holes but could break your apps

October 29, 2004

Big picture security

A multiplicity of threats yields an ever-expanding variety of defenses spewing gobs of security data. Security event information management aims to deliver a 20,000-foot view of the threatscape

October 8, 2004

Security supply and demand

Cybertrust's Russ Cooper says Microsoft customers share the burden of building safer systems

October 8, 2004

Hardware-based security: The bug stops here

A new feature in Windows XP Service Pack 2 aims to put a stop to buffer overrun exploits, with the help of major chip vendors

October 8, 2004

Is Microsoft trustworthy yet?

One year after Steve Ballmer promised to make security Job One, it's time for Redmond to face the music

October 1, 2004

Spyware infiltrates the enterprise

Spyware and adware are pouring into enterprise desktops. How severe is the threat? And what can be done about it?

October 1, 2004

Spyware and adware rogues' gallery

The ranks of spyware and adware expand daily, but some take root more often than others. Here are six of the usual suspects.

July 23, 2004

Patrolling an always-on network

Increased crime-fighting systems demand more effective enterprise security

July 23, 2004

Security: It's time for management to get a clue

IT managers must educate their bosses about security issues

July 23, 2004

The shaky state of enterprise security

The 2004 InfoWorld Security Survey shows IT managers are worried about the effectiveness of their security systems, with good reason

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