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A Privacy Assessment Tool Offers One Answer

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The online-privacy game has many rules, but few ways to keep score.

Products Block Hacker Attacks When ISPs Use Them

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Denial-of-service attacks, typically launched by malicious hackers from commandeered servers, can be stopped with security products that can detect and block outgoing attacks, security experts said.

Custom-Fit Security Apps

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Managed security goes proactive

Plugging Holes

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The trouble with patches

Single-Sign-On Redux

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Cylink, Securant work to get partners logged in securely

The Myth of Fingerprints

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Biometric Authentication Systems can improve security and cut help-desk costs. But you may wag your finger at the implementation expenses.

Who Let The Worms Out?

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A rogue program infected 10 percent of the Internet in 1988. Could such an outbreak happen again?

The Smart Money Is on Security

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If you're not dishing out security advice, you're leaving lots of money on the table. Our second annual security survey proves it.

Wanna Keep A Secret?

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Servervault's new secure data center can withstand anything. But how will it hold up with customers?

Are You Ready For The Year 2003 Problem?

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The regulatory clock is ticking for health-care providers and their technology partners.

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