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Authentication

A breach because of careless authentication policy could cost an enterprise a lot more than if it would have been proactive in the first place, says Peter Stephenson.
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Event management 2006

You have to be aware of security breaches to be able to act on them. Peter Stephenson looks at a range of appliances and software options that monitor data and raise the alarm if something's amiss.
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Database security

Our focus was on how these offerings delivered not only on their intended use, but also on how they might combine multiple defense-in-depth components, says Michael Lipinski.
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Emerging products: Online fraud

These tools have matured rapidly because the creativity and effectiveness of online fraudsters seems to know no bounds, says Peter Stephenson, technology editor.
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Emerging products: Online fraud

Internet fraud is the crime of the 21st century, but these new tools, most originating from outside the United States, can bolster your enterprise’s defenses, says Peter Stephenson.
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GroupTest: Endpoint security

When it comes to protecting corporate assets from moving beyond internal perimeters, enterprise problems are at the end, says Justin Peltier.
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Digital forensic tools

This month, we have a handful of some of the best tools available for various aspects of cyber forensics, says Technology Editor Peter Stephenson.
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Wireless security (2006)

The benefits of using wireless networking are matched by an expanding range of threats. But for each one there is now a product that will protect your corporate systems. Christopher Moody reports
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Vulnerability management

We examine some tools to help enterprises ensure that their data is not subject to exploitable vulnerabilities or vulnerability chains, says Technology Editor Peter Stephenson.