One of the most noteworthy IT security developments of 2003 is the convergence between spamming and viral techniques, leading to a much more dangerous threat for email users.
A US developer of secure electronic voting, VoteHere, has admitted that a hacker broke into its systems and accessed internal documents.
Networking solutions company D-Link and Swedish IT security supplier Clavister are to team up to produce firewalls.
Allied Bakeries, manufacturer of breads such as Kingsmill and Sunblest, has purchased a data replication product that supports disaster recovery and business continuity.
Visa is to step up the fight against crime by releasing a fraud detection tool to a variety of European banks.
BindView reaches OEM agreement with Shavlik Technologies over patching
A federal anti-spam watchdog in Australia is investigating its own workers over the distribution of pornographic and racist emails.
One of the largest healthcare providers in South-eastern Pennsylvania has rolled out new measures to increase the security of patient records.
Volvo encrypting data on employees’ PDAs using Pointsec
Security distributor equIP is opening a technical assistance centre to help its resellers and customers economize on support costs
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