Profile of Luc Hatlestad
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Articles by Luc Hatlestad
In addition to co-marketing each other's products, the two companies will begin to fortify Juniper's networking wares with Symantec's anti-spam technology, IDS/IPS signatures, and vulnerability information and research. Can a full-fledged merger be far behind?
McAfee's Avert Labs is warning of a new threat from hackers: phishing via SMS.
According to one study, some 84% of network attacks could have been thwarted if after checking the user ID and password, the organization had simply authenticated the identity of the invasive computer with commercially available software.
While the purchase doesn't give IBM much in the way of new technology, it does add customers, market share, and revenue.
The Linuxworld Expo is invading San Francisco this week, and a host of A-list IT vendors are proving that the big money has, indeed, arrived at the Open Source party.
An Israeli vendor of monitoring systems plans to demonstrate specific weaknesses associated with a variety of network access control systems.
McAfee's Avert Labs is warning users of Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista, and Longhorn about the shell script virus, which uses the same infection methods as other shells.
The annual CSI/FBI Computer Crime and Security Survey found a continuing decline in cyberattacks, but says one cause could be the fact that businesses are increasingly unwilling to report security incidents.
Several vendors, including Trend Micro and Postini, announced solutions in recent weeks to combat an ever-widening messaging security crisis.
A key issue for Sun shareholders: Can the company turn its innovation into income?
Business Critical Services, to be announced this week, will include a designated account manager and engineers who support multiple product families.
Customers can choose from four offerings, depending on their size and needs, with prices at $30 per user or less. Volume buyers get the lower prices.
On Monday, Cisco Systems unveiled a comprehensive new framework around its IP communications solutions that seeks to create a streamlined way of delivering telephony technology and services.
The emergence of services in 2006 is expected to be as influential to Juniper's business as it is to other companies, executives said at the networking firm's annual analyst day fest.
Macintosh security tools developer Intego announced Friday that it has identified a "critical" vulnerability in Apple's OS X desktop operating system.
New products will abound in the endpoint and messaging security spaces, and attendees will learn about a sage named Aryabhatta.
The move is the latest example of competitors raiding Cisco's payroll to fill out their own executive ranks. John DiLullo, formerly Cisco's vice president of channels for worldwide distribution, joins other former colleagues going to smaller firms.
The new year could usher in a steep rise in targeted attacks, as would-be hackers move away from headline-grabbing viruses to focus on lower-profile, profit-motivated attacks targeting the most vulnerable users.
The TippingPoint X505 features an inspection firewall, VPN, bandwidth management, Web content filtering and dynamic routing.
Many of the scheduled events revolve around celebrating the penetration of Linux into the enterprise and speculating on where the technology can go.
Red flags include the decline of the US dollar's value and the imminent change of its consumer-selling model to eventually adopt a software-as-a-service model.
The newest twist is more targeted phishing, now aimed at smaller banks and credit unions than in the past.
Until Symantec can demonstrate synergies between its traditional security business and the storage business it acquired, its stock price will continue to wallow.
Like the other two firms, Lucent reported income gains for the quarter. Unlike the others, its results were down from the year-ago period.
Despite its feverish efforts to regain the confidence of its investors, customers and partners, 3Com's latest financial numbers indicate that a turnaround is still far from complete.
Technology's history is full of great ideas that--for whatever reason--never quite caught on. IBM is working with vendor and channel partners to ensure that the concept of service-oriented architectures doesn't become one of them.
Security sector leader Symantec reported financial results today that show how formidable the company continues to be despite rampant consolidation and the emergence of new competitors in its sector.
A spate of announcements this week from a variety of security vendors big and small shows just how intricate the security problem can be.
Juniper Networks reported financial results on Tuesday for the quarter and annual periods ended Dec. 31, 2004. And the results largely exceeded analysts' projections.