Profile of George V. Hulme
News & Commentary Posts: 436
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 April 2004
Symantec and Network Associates will face competition in the next year.
Revenue and net income soared thanks to the continuing spate of new virus and worm attacks.
Strong anti-virus sales helped the company post a first-quarter profit.
Concerns about rising interest rates negated the effects of good economic news and upbeat earnings reports.
It's selling its network and application-performance application to two private equity firms; when the deal is complete, the company will legally change its name to McAfee.
The agency alleges that Tower failed to live up to its security promises.
This one could open company routers to a denial-of-service attack.
A new set of security flaws involving the Transmission Control Protocol could open corporate networks and the Internet to attacks.
Technology issues outperformed the rest of the market, but fears of a Fed rate hike kept investors wary.
It's the new bad guy in the government's bull's-eye.
Some experts warn Internet worms or hacker tools could surface soon
Four security bulletins address more than 20 specific software security holes, and three of the four are rated as critical.
A sentencing hearing for Adrian Lamo, scheduled for Thursday, was postponed until June.
The holes in Cisco's wireless LAN applications follow the publishing of a hacker toolkit that targeted Cisco customers.
The cell-phone company said its earnings will be at the lower end of expectations, triggering some selling of technology issues.
The National Cybersecurity Taskforce says that in some instances, government regulation may be needed to compel the software industry to develop more-secure apps.