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By Shamus McGillicuddy News Oct 31, 2007

Firm touts easier, more secure access to IP data

A data loss prevention vendor turns the table on protecting sensitive data with a feature that automatically finds sensitive data and determines who should be allowed to access it. Continue Reading


By Sue Hildreth News Feb 01, 2006

FTC promotes ID theft awareness

The government's new quiz aims to highlight the growing problem, but the latest data suggests many consumers still fail to protect their identity. Continue Reading


By Scot Petersen News Sep 28, 2009

Data breach notification law SB 20 strikes right balance: Simitian

California data breach notification law sponsor State Sen. Joe Simitian discusses what his SB 20 amendment means for privacy and whether state laws should give way to a federal law. Continue Reading


By Linda Tucci News Sep 19, 2007

Electronic medical records at risk of being hacked, report warns

A 15-month study by health experts and vendors tests electronic health record systems -- and the grade is not good. Continue Reading


Evaluate Feb 04, 2008

Creating a strategic backup and recovery plan for remote employees

Data backup and disaster recovery planning are difficult tasks in the best of circumstances -- mobile devices and remote employees can make things even more complicated. Learn how to manage critical data and get ... Continue Reading


By Linda Tucci News Feb 11, 2009

For network access control, this shop chose Microsoft NAP; here's why

Our NAC series concludes with a look at why one security architect chose a software-based approach. Hint: Cost and standards were factors. Continue Reading


By Linda Tucci News Jan 07, 2009

Network access control evaluation tips: NAC systems insights for CIOs

Network access control is hot for 2009, but this form of asset protection is not without faults. Here are some do's and don'ts to keep in mind. Continue Reading


By Garry Kranz Manage Feb 28, 2007

Monitoring technologies making headway with CIOs

Catching unscrupulous employees gambling online isn't the only reason to monitor Web activity. Employee monitoring can also help CIOs make better use of network resources. Continue Reading


By Christina Torode News Apr 07, 2009

Private cloud replaces antiquated IT infrastructure for $300K per year

For the price of a SAN, Marian College is building a private cloud to create a flexible IT architecture and help transform the liberal arts school into a university. Continue Reading


By Linda Tucci News Nov 13, 2008

Shifting IT business models in time of economic crisis

For CIOs who already budget lean, here are four more places to save. You can stop some projects, reduce service levels, increase levels of risk and, yeah, move to the cloud. Continue Reading