Profile of George V. Hulme
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An award winning writer and journalist, for more than 20 years George Hulme has written about business, technology, and IT security topics. He currently freelances for a wide range of publications, and is security blogger at InformationWeek.com.
Articles by George V. Hulme
posted in January 2004
Security researchers say Diebold's electronic voting system is vulnerable to tampering, but can be fixed by election day.
The school says hackers may have accessed key information, including credit-card and Social Security numbers.
A new variant of the Internet worm is poised to launch a denial-of-service attack on Microsoft's Web site.
The National Cyber Alert System will offer warnings about major virus outbreaks and other Internet attacks as they occur, plus ways that users can protect themselves.
Tech issues absorbed the brunt of a sell-off after Monday's big gains.
New threat is slowing the Internet, may use infected computers to attack SCO's Web site on Feb. 1.
The worm is slowing the Internet; it may use infected computers to attack SCO's Web site on Feb. 1.
Researchers say fair and valid vote totals will be impossible with online balloting
Security weaknesses make it impossible to ensure a fair and valid vote count, a group of computer scientists said in a report.
The Internet security software maker reported record revenue of $494 million for its third quarter.
Investors took profits after last week's blue-chip surge, but technology issues posted gains.
The vulnerability may be present in products from more than 40 vendors, including Microsoft and Cisco Systems, experts say.
All the key indexes fell Tuesday, with technology issues hit especially hard.
The bulletins cover flaws found in ISA Server 2000, Exchange Server 2003, and Windows.
Our InformationWeek 100 index outperformed the broader markets Tuesday, and the Nasdaq closed at its highest level in about two years.
Adrian Lamo is expected to plead guilty this week to a federal hacking charge.