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Cloud users remain worried by security, lock-in > Data Security, Database Security, File/Disk Encryption, Mobile Encryption, Storage Security > Network Access > Access Control > News > SC Magazine Australia/NZ

Over on the post “Cloud users remain worried by security, lock-in > Data Security, Database Security, File/Disk Encryption, Mobile Encryption, Storage Security > Network Access > Access Control > News > SC Magazine Australia/NZ” contains this text: “Cloud users remain worried by security, lock-in By Dan Hatch Apr 15, 2011 9:39 AM Tags: Cloud | […]

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Apple patches Pwn2Own, Comodo hack bugs – Computerworld

Over on the post “Apple patches Pwn2Own, Comodo hack bugs – Computerworld” contains this text: “Apple patches Pwn2Own, Comodo hack bugs Updates iOS and Mac OS X to plug holes in iPhone, iPad, Safari, Mac OS X, iPod Touch By Gregg Keizer April 14, 2011 04:10 PM ETComments (0)Recommended (7)”

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Schneier on Security: Changing Incentives Creates Security Risks

Over on the post “Schneier on Security: Changing Incentives Creates Security Risks” contains this text: “hanging Incentives Creates Security Risks One of the things I am writing about in my new book is how security equilibriums change. They often change because of technology, but they sometimes change because of incentives. An interesting example of this […]

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10 of the Worst Moments in Network Security History

Over on the post “10 of the Worst Moments in Network Security History” contains this text: “10 of the Worst Moments in Network Security History Events that shock sensibilities and shaped the future By Ellen Messmer, Network World, 03/11/2008″

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Security fragmentation needs to end – Computerworld

Over on the post “Security fragmentation needs to end – Computerworld” contains this text: “Security fragmentation needs to end By Andreas M. Antonopoulos April 13, 2011 05:45 PM ETComments (0)Recommended (0) Network World – A new week, a new rash of attacks against security vendors, email marketers and banks. It would be easy to point […]

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Security Research Center – Network World

Over on the post “Security Research Center – Network World” contains this text: “Jack Hembrough, CEO of VaporStream, continues his discussion of controlling e-mail distribution which he started in the last column. Everything that follows is Mr. Hembrough’s own work with minor edits. * * * Have you ever responded to an e-mail, ‘Give me […]

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