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posted in July 2006

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Power Industry Gets Security Standard
News  |  7/25/2006  | 
As the continent sweats, North America's electrical utilities will begin implementing new protective measures
Startup Gives Video New Look
News  |  7/24/2006  | 
SteelBox's new capabilities for video traffic management and storage could make large-scale surveillance workable in the enterprise
Time-Tested Email
News  |  7/21/2006  | 
Magazine's marketers improve email response rate with 'trusted' class of email that bypasses ISP spam filters
The 10 Biggest Myths of IT Security
News  |  7/20/2006  | 
Think you know IT security? Test yourself as Dark Reading debunks some of today's conventional wisdom
Security Pros Wrestle With Data Overload
News  |  7/19/2006  | 
Rapid growth in security is creating a growth market for security information management (SIM) tools, according to a new Dark Reading report
Red Hat Patches Linux Apps
News  |  7/18/2006  | 
Red Hat today issued four patches to close security holes in its version of Linux
SIM: A Single Pane of Glass
News  |  7/18/2006  | 
With ever more security data pouring into IT shops, identifying real threats can be like finding a needle in a haystack. SIM technology can help.
New Rootkit Plays Hard to Get
News  |  7/17/2006  | 
Researchers discover new exploit that effectively hides from popular malware detection tools
Alert Logic Goes After Mid-Tier
News  |  7/14/2006  | 
Startup gets new funding to develop the on-demand security services market
Print at Your Own Risk
News  |  7/14/2006  | 
Security researcher finds overlooked vulnerabilities in printers and other embedded devices
CSI/FBI: Violations, Losses Down
News  |  7/12/2006  | 
Security violations are down, but latest CSI/FBI research shows bigger losses elsewhere
A Garbage Can for Hard Drives
News  |  7/10/2006  | 
New magnetized units to wipe away the data in seconds
Lethal Shell Game
News  |  7/7/2006  | 
With researchers embedding malicious shell code in Web images and PDF files, can criminals be far behind?
Researchers Break Down NAC Defenses
News  |  7/6/2006  | 
Researchers will demonstrate new ways to bypass Network Access Control technologies at the Black Hat conference later this month
New Trojan Can Change IP Addresses
News  |  7/5/2006  | 
A new Trojan horse called DNSChanger.eg can route unsuspecting users to a fraudulent site - even if they type the URL themselves

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