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Rethinking the Security Supermarket

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The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have bred a heightened awareness of security, and as I-managers re-examine security infrastructure, a familiar question has resurfaced: Is it better to choose best-of-breed security products, or an integrated security suite

More Surveillance Comes With a Cost

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Electronic communications less private; pricey

IBM Targets Access Control With Security

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The ever-growing size and complexity of enterprise networks has greatly complicated the administrator's task of keeping intruders out while allowing authorized users in. But new access management products from IBM and Camelot IT aim to ease that burden.

HP Expands Security Practice

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Hewlett-Packard joins high-end security services market with policy development, risk and firewall assessment, and security integration services.

Fed Up With IIS

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Readers relate their experiences with Microsoft's Internet Information Services server.

FAA Serious about Smart Cards

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With the administration and both houses of Congress potentially signing off on air-travel smart cards, hopes are high in the industry that soon travelers will be signing up for the cards for use during all phases of the trip, from buying the ticket to che

IBM to Unveil New Security Wares Wed.

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Blue to add the Tivoli Identity Director as well as the Intrusion Manager products to its software arsenal. Company's Policy Director is also getting refreshed.

Feeling Insecure

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Securing the Internet infrastructure that underpins corporate America has taken on a new urgency - some even call it a panic - as the nation moves deeper into its war on terrorism.

Thinking Like a Terrorist

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The latest strategies IT managers are considering to protect their infrastructures from possible attacks go well beyond computer hardware.

Providers Take On Security

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NAI and Symantec have long been the go-to vendors for IT managers looking for everything from anti-virus software to enterprise-class firewalls. But now some longtime NAI and Symantec customers increasingly are looking to other vendors and security servic

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