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Keeping email legal – the issues of email monitoring

Thanks to its speed, accessibility and ease of use, email is an essential part of both our business and personal lives. But as the IT departments charged with managing a company’s email deal with increasing volumes of traffic, spam levels and virus-infected mail, they also encounter a minefield of legal traps and regulatory pitfalls when they monitor employees’ emails.
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Biometrics get the thumbs up

The appeal of biometrics is growing, as more and more organizations are noting the many benefits it offers. Illena Armstrong explains why trends are now changing
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Austrian bank boosts security to meet Basel II Accord

BAWAG-PSK, the fourth-largest bank in Austria, has conducted a major network upgrade in a bid to boost IT security in the face of "unprecedented threats" and to meet the regulatory requirements of the forthcoming Basel II Accord.
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Corporations spend millions on single sign-on, yet don’t achieve their security goals

Single sign-on (SSO) has gained great popularity, but due to confusion in the marketplace, decision makers in many organizations don’t realize that SSO alone doesn’t adequately address their security requirements, nor does it address issues of compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, the European Privacy Directives, HIPAA and other regulations. Though implementing SSO can be part of a good security infrastructure, it is only one aspect. Companies that don’t understand this can spend millions without accomplishing their goals.
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New rules force a focus on data

If there is a dispute over an email sent last year, will you be able to locate it? Better make sure it’s stored away safely. Ron Condon reports
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Cybersecurity’s new power surge

Before he left his post as White House cyberspace security advisor last May, Howard Schmidt promised top federal officials that he would create a greater leadership role in the private sector on cybersecurity.
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