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Giving Users the Final Word

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Privacy advocates, others differ on legislation

Denial of Death Benefits

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There is reason today for great celebration throughout computer land.

Telling Customers the Bad News

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When and how to get the word out that your security's been breached

In-Your-Face Security Check

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Although Dialog Communication Systems warns that the need to memorize a flood of passwords and PINs is overwhelming end users, the same might be said of biometric security devices and IT managers.

Running Scared

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Outage shows network insecurity

Digital Graffiti

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Were teen's exploits political or personal?

Online Privacy Will Be a Hot Issue in Congress This Year

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Congress is just getting under way, but Hill watchers believe online privacy quickly will become one of the year's highest-profile IT-related issues.

Look Whos Talking: February 5, 2001

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Want to find shelter from the chilly economic slowdown? Follow Candle's lead.

Openhack III Undefeated

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Shortly after 3 a.m. EST last Thursday, eWeek's third Openhack interactive security test finished its 17-day run with all prizes remaining unclaimed.

The Meaning of Openhack III

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We've wrapped up our Openhack III competition, and no one busted in, so what did we learn?

Stop Using the Boogeyman to Sell Security

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The boogeyman may be a childish cliche, but security professionals use him all the time in their attempts to convince corporate management to buy into whatever project they're advocating.

Get the Most From Your Host

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Using a co-location facility to host your data? Ensure that each visit goes smoothly by using our handy checklist.

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