Robert Vamosi has the scoop on a joint study by the United States Secret Service and the Carnegie-Mellon Software Engineering Institute (CERT) on computer crime called "Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Banking and Finance Sector.
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META Group today released its latest prognostication of where wireless applications in the enterprise are headed. The analyst firm expects 65% of enterprises to have installed some form of wireless application by 2007.
Sometimes we settle for things as they are simply because we're either complacent or oblivious to better possibilities.
There's a fast growing dark side to the underbelly of pornography and it's not about the images or the exploitation.
Ericsson's decision to drop its Bluetooth division hinted to many that the once promising technology is truly a dud. But rumors of the death of Bluetooth have been greatly exaggerated according to Ovum's Jeremy Green.
Kevin Scoresby on the seven deadly excuses for poor designWhen people make excuses for poor design, they reveal a lot about a corporate culture, as...
Microsoft's Service Pack 2 for Windows XP is the most important piece of security software in the history of computing. It's also a failure in so many ways that criticisms of the OS update and, more importantly, of the Trustworthy Computing Initiative itself, simply can't be dismissed.