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 October 2003
Security firm @stake warns of serious Mac OS X vulnerabilities.
Iowa State University is building a center that will let researchers conduct computer attacks and see how well security tools work in thwarting those attacks.
Tech stocks led the way as the markets soared after the Federal Reserve Board opted to keep interest rates steady.
The Internet security software maker will also split its stock.
Symantec's acquisition of SafeWeb for $25 million is the latest in a series of deals in the growing SSL VPN market.
The security vendor says sales for the quarter and first nine months are slightly below last year's.
Most techs had a good day, but telecom stocks slumped because of bad news from AT&T and SBC.
Vendors ready products to solve the problem of managing multiple systems
Less than a week after revealing its intention to issue monthly security updates, the software maker issued security bulletins that address seven flaws.
The markets shook off some early struggles to continue their October surge.
While most indexes fell Friday, tech shares managed to close higher for the day.
Illustrating how hard it is to prevent problems, Ballmer reveals new policies
The company says it will reinforce its security efforts with better patch management, improved operating-system firewalls, and a security outreach program.
The major indexes rose as buyers and sellers awaited the corporate earnings season.
Threats from ICANN forced the vendor to drop Web site redirection service.