Security comes of age at RSA conference

At the RSA Security Conference in San Jose, forensics software used to decrypt information on the computer belonging to Richard Reid gets an airing. A ZDNet UK News Focus
Written by ZDNet UK, Contributor
US Vice President Dick Cheney rallies tech leaders to boost security An explanation of the computer forensics software used to decrypt Richard Reid's laptop, a version of which works across networks in real time Are single-use passwords more secure? An investigation of gadgets that protect passwords Richard Clarke, US cybersecurity guru, on IT managers' responsibility for security Richard Clarke's keynote from the RSA Conference NEWS:
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Richard Clarke, the United States' top adviser on cybersecurity, warns that complacency leaves the Internet - and many other critical infrastructures - in danger of attack The RSA Conference is the largest computer security and encryption conference in the world.
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