9.91 million: The number of Americans who were victim of identity theft in the 12 months ending April 2003 (Federal TradeCommission)$47.
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In what I opined to have been not just a catastrophic blow to the battle against spam, but also a stunning defeat for standards setting in general, a working group that was established by the Internet Engineering Task Force to move the ball forward on e-mail authentication standards has buckled under the weight of proprietary interests and intellectual property problems.
Nothing says success more than counterattack from those threatened by disruptive innovation. Steve Gillmor sees RSS syndication and notification technology and its variants seem poised at the threshold of rapid adoption, given the recent groundswell of scalability concerns emanating from some interesting quarters.
In the latest round of analyst myth busting, Victor Wheatman, managing VP of Security at Gartner, debunked six that proliferate in the information...
The lack of confidence among executives is the underlying cause for the slew of profit warnings technology companies announced at the end of the second quarter this year,say experts at the Wharton School of Business.
What started as a blog entry about why the 5 Ghz-based 802.11a Wi-Fi standard is a way to avoid the sort of spectrum debate that erupted at the University of Texas is now a full blown column.
One catch-22 that network security architects are constantly faced with is how to deploy Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) when the traffic they're supposed to act on is encrypted with SSL.
As foreshadowed in my interview with Computer Associates interim CEO Ken Cron, the company's season in hell is apparently over. News.