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Essential Information Protection
Successful organizations depend upon their ability to collaborate, communicate, and share information online. This paper explains how Essential Information Protection is designed to help organizations make the most of their IT security investments. Read More
'Cyber War' author: U.S. needs radical changes to protect against attacks
In cyberwar, who's in charge?
Botnets 'the Swiss Army knife of attack tools'
From CyberWar: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It
Estonia readies for the next cyberattack
Think tank ponders war in cyberspace
Targeted cyberattacks test enterprise security controls
Identity and Access Governance What You Need to Know
Live Webcast: Wednesday, May 5th at 1pm ET/10 am PT. Oracle presents a timely event featuring the Burton Group's, Kevin Kampman, who will provide an overview of the latest technology for identity management. Get guidance on compliance, security, identity management and other topics and participate in a live Q&A. Register Today!
After Google-China dust-up, cyberwar emerges as a threat
Schmidt: Private Sector Key to Stopping Google-style Attacks
What South Park has taught us about technology (slideshow)
Five Predictions for iPhone OS 4.0
Many managers see cloud computing as risky business
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IT Service Management: Beyond the Myths
Discover best practices and supporting technologies that deliver the straightest path to service reliability, operational efficiency and effective ROI. Also, examine three case studies that show how IT service management works in the real world. Read More!
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