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 July 2003
Software which works with the popular Snort intrusion detection system can slash false alarms up to 70%, Qualys says.
A sharp drop in consumer confidence sent stocks lower.
The Cyber Security Information Sharing Project is designed to be a model for other data-sharing initiatives in both the public and private sectors.
New investment brings the total to $16 million for the security log consolidation and management company.
Vendor says hackers could take advantage of flaws in its E-business suite and database server.
Computer researchers claim to have found 'critical flaws' in software used for U.S. electronic voting.
Vulnerabilities show up in SQL Server and various versions of Windows.
RSA did not admit any wrongdoing, and no penalties were levied against the company or its officers.
The security software vendor saw revenue climb 24% and raised expectations for the year.
Stocks mostly treaded water on Wednesday before ending slightly higher.
Confirmation that U.S. forces killed two of Saddam Hussein's sons sent the markets higher.
A method for shutting down networking devices circulates on the Internet.
The security vulnerability also affects Windows NT 4.0, NT Terminal Services Edition, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.
The security vendor's sales were down sharply from the year-ago quarter, and it's not expecting a big upturn in the second half.
Specs could help ID-management apps better control user-access rights
Adobe and IBM are partnering to secure digital documents.
At least some believe the lengthening string of acquisitions indicates a market bottom has been reached.
Government and private-sector security experts say hackers will try to earn points and prizes by defacing Web sites this weekend.
It began with sharp declines following bleak reports about manufacturing and construction spending.
The software vendor says few accounts were jeopardized by the .Net Passport vulnerability.
The growing market for application firewalls is attracting interest.