Personal firewalls: Not so safe? The rush to get personal firewall applications to market has resulted in products that are easily compromised and often chock-full of security holes.
The era of cyberwar has arrived The Internet offers some incredible benefits. Not
only is it fast becoming the backbone of a newly emerging global economy (for better or worse), but perhaps more important, it now offers people the opportunity to communicate with others around the world almost as if they were neighbors. Unfortunately, however, it hasn’t taken long for the idea, and practice, of war to also come to the Internet. This perhaps isn’t ironic. The Internet, after all, was designed by the U.S. military for war, as a way to maintain communication networks even in the case of a massive attack. The distributed nature of the Internet makes this possible.
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Firms fail to tackle mobile security risk I’ve never worked at company that has had a good mobile policy. And if you bring it up they say, “oh it want happen to us”. But it always does…
Security experts: Denial-of-service attacks still a big threat | Computerworld News & Features Story Its just like all security problems, if the admins don’t fix the systems they will always be open to attack.