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Content posted in September 2008
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The Steady Rise Of Targeted Trojan Attacks
Commentary  |  9/3/2008  | 
Look before you click may be a good idea for a new IT security public awareness campaign. Consider the reports coming out of South Korea that North Korean spyware made it's way onto the computer of a S. Korean army Colonel. There's no reason why this can't happen to you.
Network Security Scares You Most: Survey
Commentary  |  9/3/2008  | 
Even as the cloud and related next-new-things beckon, it's your traditional networks -- and the challenge of protecting them and the data they contain -- that holds top spot among IT concerns, a new survey from the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) reports.
Data Theft
Commentary  |  9/3/2008  | 
The ability to steal company data is no more real today than it was five years ago, but the volume of data that can be stolen is.
Will Comcast's New Bandwidth Limits Bring Rise In Wireless Broadband Hijacking?
Commentary  |  9/2/2008  | 
Starting next month, Comcast says it will start metering the amount of bandwidth its customers can consume each month, and users that exceed the threshold may be cut. If I understand anything about human nature, this means that more people will steal the additional bandwidth they need.
Auditing File Access
Commentary  |  9/2/2008  | 
During a recent briefing with Cofio Software on its new AIMstor product, the discussion of file auditing or file logging came up. File auditing is the ability to see who has created, modified, or deleted a file and to take appropriate measures.
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