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 June 2003
The security vendor acknowledges it could have done a better job of informing customers of a security problem.
Security vendor isn't doing enough to inform users about the risks they face, experts charge.
Investors weren't eager to move Tuesday, the day before the Federal Reserve is expected to cut interest rates again.
The state passes a tough law regarding public disclosure of security breaches after a hacker breaks in to a state employee database.
Companies face stiff fines if they fail to inform customers that confidential information may have been seen by hackers.
State law will force companies nationwide to make security breaches public
The threat throws off lots of noise and seems to be mapping the Internet.
Vendor says it will help online merchants spot fraudulent transactions.
Security software vendor expects to file revised financial statements by Sept. 30.
U.S. senator asks about tactics to damage computers used by illegal file swappers
The markets were flat as a Nebraska night.
Some prefer that Microsoft use its antivirus acquisition to complement other tools
Security startup's creed: You can't hack what you can't see.
The research firm says the software, which attempts to spot and report attacks against information systems, will no longer be necessary in a couple of years.
Foundstone president Stuart McClure says his company fell short of full software license compliance, but that it didn't engage in or condone piracy.
After a one-day decline, the stock markets resumed their upward climb on Tuesday.
The vendor says it will eventually integrate antivirus and intrusion-prevention capabilities into its apps.
America Online will offer new security features to subscribers in version 9.0
Some security experts say the magazine is giving hackers an assist by publishing the source code for the Internet worm.
The new division will provide cyberspace security analysis and issue security alerts.
Liquid Machines says its offering will make it easier for customers to control proprietary and sensitive information.
A new version of the malicious code has become the most serious threat on the Internet in the past 24 hours.