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Opinion

posted in March 2005
Baseball Hackers Strike Out
Commentary  |  3/21/2005  | 
I was speaking with Bill Schlough, VP and CIO of the San Francisco Giants, last week for an article about a security survey commissioned by MailFrontier. I asked him whether the Giants had ever been targeted by hackers.
Giving Aid To The Enemy
Commentary  |  3/17/2005  | 
Cybercrooks don't need any extra help, but they're getting it from their victims. Look what happened at the Internal Revenue Service.
3-D Expected To Have More Success With Security Than With Sharks
Commentary  |  3/9/2005  | 
3-D isn't much more than a gimmick when it comes to movies. I didn't find Jaws 3 (in 3-D!) any scarier than the first two films simply because my eyes could perceive a subtle depth between the killer shark and its victims. But in the world of biometric security, 3-D is poised to become a significant breakthrough in the quest to keep the bad guys off of airplanes and away from the nation's critical infrastructure. The question is, when?


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