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The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT
Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was adequately secure for their needs.  In analyzing the risks, they found that while UNIX was the most secure, they needed additional protection. They looked at the industry of anti-virus protection, at problems with Trojan software, at the

nsam  ago, in 2000, the NSA produced a kernel extension called Selinux for UNIX and also for Linux. What this extension did was to manage a catalog of permissions for files and processes. The way it generally works is as follows: An operating system-owned rule database consisting of a set of permissions (i.e., a “whitelist”) is generated, and every executable (be it operating system or user program) is assigned permissions according to its functionality. A module not in the permissions database is not Read More...

CheckPoint & Nokia Team Up to Unleash a Rockin' Security Appliance
In a partnership with Checkpoint, Nokia takes its Internet Appliance and throws in Firewall-1. The Nokia IP330, IP440, and IP650, the first highly-available firewall and VPN appliance line, is poised to wow the market with its all encompassing feature set.

nsam  | Is Your Financial Transaction Secure? | Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance | Expect Boom in Electronic Signatures | Secure Your Search Engine | President Proposes Security of Medical Records | Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT | Trend Micro Anti-Virus Server for Microsoft Exchange ~ A Secure Choice For Enterprise Wide Anti Virus Protection. | Security Snafu at NetBank | Freeware Vendor s Web Tracking Draws Curses | The S in SAP Doesn t Read More...
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Firewall Cowboyz Set the Stage to Free Innocent Convict
Cowboyz.com builds and sells affordable firewall appliances to small to medium sized businesses. When not deploying firewalls, this small-time firewall vendor gives something back by taking notice and assisting to restore justice to a falsely accused convict.

nsam  | Is Your Financial Transaction Secure? | Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance | Expect Boom in Electronic Signatures | Secure Your Search Engine | President Proposes Security of Medical Records | Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT | CheckPoint & Nokia Team Up to Unleash a Rockin Security Appliance | Trend Micro Anti-Virus Server for Microsoft Exchange ~ A Secure Choice For Enterprise Wide Anti Virus Protection. | Security Snafu at NetBank | Read More...
Check Point Leads Firewall Market
With a workforce of 800+ employees, Check Point continues to see record revenues selling firewall and related information security solutions.

nsam  | Is Your Financial Transaction Secure? | Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance | Expect Boom in Electronic Signatures | Secure Your Search Engine | President Proposes Security of Medical Records | Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT | CheckPoint & Nokia Team Up to Unleash a Rockin Security Appliance | Trend Micro Anti-Virus Server for Microsoft Exchange ~ A Secure Choice For Enterprise Wide Anti Virus Protection. | Security Snafu at NetBank | Read More...
Thinking Radically: Interview with Dan Linstedt
To work in the software industry world it is often necessary to think radically, or “out of the box” in order to innovate, solve problems, or stay ahead of the competition. Today we start a series of interviews with some of the thinkers who are reshaping the software industry. <!--more--> I welcome your thoughts—please leave a comment below, and I’ll respond as soon as I can. Dan

nsam  the National Security Agency (NSA) while working for the US Government. The data vault models’ real name is “Common Foundational Warehouse Modeling Architecture.”  It is a hybrid design based on third normal form constructs, and dimensional constructs—combining the best of breed from both modeling techniques to provide a flexible, scalable, and auditable solution. The design is tied directly to the notion of horizontal business keys, and therefore is tied to business processes and business Read More...
The Empires Strike Back - Part II: The Likes Of IBM, EDS, And CSC In E-Business
In the past year the traditional consulting houses have executed major initiatives to counter the challenges of the pure play and fringe market invaders. Being big doesn't mean being slow, as these Behemoths have demonstrated – once they tuned in to the new market realities.

nsam  the National Security Agency (NSA). Catalyst 4DSM is a methodology of moving from a plan to a solution which reduces costs, and/or increases revenue and/or advances time to market. CSC touts this methodology as being flexible, short-term, and collaborative with the client Created partnerships such as Ariba, BroadVision, Oracle, and Siebel (a standard set in this day and age) Provides end-to-end solutions (EES) for creating and maintaining digital businesses effectively as extensions to its prior Read More...
PeopleSoft on Client/Server and Database Issues
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed PeopleSoft's Michael Daniels. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture and database management as they relate to the PeopleSoft Enterprise Resource Planning suite of products.

nsam  known as Lucifer, the NSA and the National Bureau of Standards (NBS, now the National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST) played a substantial role in the final stages of development. The DEA, often called DES, has been extensively studied since its publication and is the best known and widely used symmetric algorithm in the world. It utilizes a 56-bit encryption key (a 64-bit key minus 8 parity bits). This is a very effective approach to protecting passwords on a network. Question: Is it Read More...

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