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Fast Breaks Newsfront: June 4, 2001

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PSINet has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the Southern District of New York.

Cops and Webmasters

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Site posts personal info about police officers - is it free speech?

Spy Vs. Spy

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Making the virtual business world safe

A Take on Security in An Insecure World

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The recent news stories of rising unemployment rates hit my family very hard a few weeks ago when PricewaterhouseCoopers laid me off.

Expert Advice Only Helps If You Listen

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Just as secure software relies on extensive testing throughout the development process to dig out bugs, glitches and interoperability issues, secure networks require regular assessment to expose policy problems, misconfigurations and architecture flaws.

Making Online Business Secure

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Given the amount of information customers must provide when ordering goods and services online, privacy compliance is a key issue for companies doing business on the Internet.

Denial-Of-Service Attacks Common

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A researcher at the University of California at San Diego has documented that denial-of-service attacks are commonplace on the Internet, with an average of 4,000 occurring each week during a recent three-week study.

SAML Apps Before Their Time?

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Single-sign-on apps may arrive before the spec, causing interoperability problems down the road.

Securitys Fighter Pilots

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Digital defense finds lucrative security niche

Trend Micro Seeks Cure in Virus Battle

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Eva Chen has been in the anti-virus game longer than some of the aspiring virus writers who keep her busy have been alive.

At a Glance

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Chicago Clearing House Association, Chicago (www.chgo.org)

eFiles: May 21, 2001

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Only one-third of all organizations have implemented a formal privacy plan to date, according to the 12th annual Information Systems and E-Business Spending study conducted by Computer Economics Inc., an independent research company in Carlsbad, Calif. An

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