Nortel is about to go after security in a big way. The company is planning security-related LAN and enterprise switch announcements throughout the year. Get all the details in our story. Bonus: Q&A with the director of Nortel's Ethernet switching business.Nortel road map stresses securitySymantec, Kaspersky criticized for cloaking softwareThe Windows operating system expert who exposed Sony BMG Music Entertainment's use of rootkit cloaking techniques last year is now criticizing security vendors Symantec and Kaspersky Lab for shipping software that works in a similar manner.Latest stats show phishing attacks doubled year-over-yearIn November alone, the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) received 16,882 unique reports of phishing attacks that attempted to fool consumers with 93 different hijacked brands, according to a report the group released this week.FDA turns to Verizon for VoIP rolloutFDA cuts costs and increases collaboration with a $25 million VoIP infrastructure. Plus: FDA's deputy CIO offers tips for your VoIP rollout.Hot Seat: Reinvent or be marginalizedAuthor, investor and industry analyst Geoffrey Moore says organizations need to fight off inertia and continually reinvent themselves to keep from being marginalized.Today on Layer 8, where we mourn the Patriots\u2019 playoff exitWe start off the four-day workweek by unveiling our latest caption contest winner and giving you a new photo to poke fun at, sharing a handy Firefox extension to help us get through winter, and charting the iPod clothing phenomenon.