Latest Trade Show news* LATE\u00a0NEWS FROM RSA CONFERENCE 2006:Click here for all of NetworkWorld.com's RSA Conference 2006 coverage.ISS announces new security products, 02\/20\/06Internet Security Systems last week announced a group of products designed to identify points of failure and compromise on networks and to respond quickly to network changes without a need for extensive network administrator interaction.DHS: Sony rootkit may lead to regulation, 02\/16\/06A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official warned Thursday that if software distributors continue to sell products with dangerous rootkit software, as Sony BMG Music Entertainment recently did, legislation or regulation could follow.RSA: Metrics are key to measuring security effectiveness, 02\/16\/06Gathering metrics to measure the effectiveness of an enterprise security strategy can be a difficult and somewhat imprecise task, but that's no excuse for not trying, said IT managers at RSA Conference 2006 in San Jose, Calif., this week.Network security is the key to keeping VoIP secure, 02\/15\/06Despite warnings that VoIP is vulnerable to a new breed of attacks, the biggest threat to VoIP remains weaknesses in general network security, according to a vendor presentation at the RSA Security Conference 2006.Secure software is up to businesses, 02\/15\/06Most businesses aren't doing enough to build and buy securely written software, according to speakers at panel of corporate security executives, academics and professional software developers speaking at the RSA Security Conference 2006 on Tuesday.Nortel unveils its network access control box, 02\/15\/06Nortel put on display for the first time at RSA Conference 2006 its answer to network access control, an appliance that directs switches to enforce security policies.RSA: FBI director says cyber threats are 'fluid and far-reaching', 02\/15\/06Hacker hunters need to develop new techniques to take on the latest generation of sophisticated and better-organized cyber criminals. That's what FBI Director Robert Mueller told attendees of the RSA Conference 2006 in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday.Extreme founder: Beware of closed network-access control schemes, 02\/15\/06Corporate security executives should be wary of network-access control schemes that don't embrace open standards that encourage multi-vendor security, says one of the founders of Extreme Networks.* NEWS FROM 3GSM WORLD CONGRESS:Barcelona talks mobile VoIP, 02\/21\/06At last week's 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, several big names in the communications sector, including Microsoft, Nokia and Skype, announced mobile phone-based VoIP products and services that could radically change how cellular customers use their ...Gemplus to soon offer 1GB SIM, 02\/20\/06Gemplus International seeks a broader role for its core product in mobile phones, the SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) card.Choices abound for mobile e-mail, 02\/17\/06The software upgrade that enables push e-mail to Microsoft's latest mobile handset software is just about to reach end users, but enterprises have plenty of other options for supporting push e-mail to choose from. At the 3GSM World Congress this week ...Orange targets SMBs with mobile apps, 02\/16\/06European mobile phone operator Orange has launched a new mobile application portal to reach out to small businesses.Players jockey for role in mobile IM, 02\/15\/06Instant messaging over mobile phones emerged as a key topic at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, with three major announcements made within a 24-hour period beginning Monday.New version of Java for mobile expected this year, 02\/15\/06The next generation of Java for mobile phones should become available in the middle of this year, with handsets featuring applications built with the new version expected to reach the market at the end of the year or early next, Sun said Wednesday at ...Texas Instruments sees $20 mobile phones out this year, 02\/15\/06Texas Instruments, the world's largest maker of chips for mobile phones, believes a GSM handset costing as little as $20 could be available by year-end as part of the drive to provide ultra-low-cost phones to people in poor nations.Cisco CIO: Going mobile is tough for enterprises, 02\/16\/06Despite improvements in recent years, the wireless industry has done a poor job of giving enterprises the tools they need to let workers access corporate data from mobile devices, Cisco's CIO said Thursday at the 3GSM World Congress.Music industry to sing praises of mobile phones, 02\/15\/06Musician Craig David set the tone of the mobile entertainment summit at the 3GSM World Congress on Wednesday by singing a song and telling a packed auditorium that mobile phones will have a huge impact on the music industry.Mobile operating systems vie for position, 02\/15\/06Operators and handset makers are moving toward standardizing on just a few mobile phone operating systems. They're likely to choose relatively open platforms with large developer groups, according to experts at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona on ...Linux will reach mass market phones, says MontaVista, 02\/15\/06Even though many Linux supporters say that Linux is ideal for low-end handsets, Linux-based operating systems today are being used primarily on high-end phones. But that will change, said Peder Ulander, vice president of marketing for MontaVista Software.British users to be among first in Europe to watch television on their mobile phones, 02\/15\/06Taiwanese mobile phone developer High Tech Computer said Tuesday it will provide its latest handset to an effort by BT Group and Virgin Mobile Holdings to make British users among the first in Europe to watch television on their mobile phones.3GSM - Mobile operating systems vie for position, 02\/15\/06Operators and handset makers are moving toward standardizing on just a few mobile phone operating systems. They're likely to choose relatively open platforms with large developer groups, according to experts at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona on ...* SHOW PREVIEW: IBM PARTNERWORLD 2006:IBM to unveil Tivoli Express mid-March, 02\/17\/06IBM's Tivoli Software unit will unveil its Express family of systems management products aimed at small and midsize businesses in mid-March.* NEWS FROM OPEN SOURCE BUSINESS CONFERENCE:Vendors continue to free up some proprietary wares, 02\/17\/06At the Open Source Business Conference held this week in San Francisco, some big-name commercial vendors continued the trend of contributing formerly closed code into the open source community.* UPCOMING TRADE SHOWS (Feb., March, April):RFID World 2006Feb. 27 - March 1, Dallas, TexasVoiceCon Spring 2006March 6-9, OrlandoCeBIT 2006March 9-15, Hannover, GermanySpring VON 2006March 14-17, San JoseNovell BrainShare 2006March 19-24, Salt Lake CityGartner Outsourcing SummitApril 3-5, Orlando, FloridaForrester's IT Forum 2006: GigaWorldApril 3-6, Las VegasLinuxWorld BostonApril 3-6, BostonCTIA Wireless 2006April 5-7, Las VegasBroadband Wireless World 2006April 26-28, Las Vegas* FREE NETWORK WORLD SEMINARS:IT Roadmap: BostonMarch 20, 2006It's where you'll hear brilliant IT strategies delivered direct to you from Network World editors six months ahead of outsiders even knowing about it. 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