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Worms, consumers drive Network Associates profit in Q1

Apr 28, 20043 mins

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Worms, consumers drive NAI profit in Q1, 04/27/04

Revenue fell slightly, but income surged for Network Associates (NAI) in the first quarter, according to a statement released by the company.

MCI expands security product line, 04/27/04

MCI Tuesday announced several IP security products, including intrusion protection, vulnerability scanning, an anti-virus/anti-spam offering and managed firewalls.

CyberGuard adds Webwasher as Web filtering jewel, 04/27/04

In a move to broaden its Internet security product range, computer network security company CyberGuard Monday agreed to acquire German Web filtering provider Webwasher AG.

Network Associates ditches Sniffer, 04/26/04

Word from Network Associates last week that it is selling its Sniffer management tools business to narrow its focus on network security runs counter to an industry trend to tighten security and …

User group defines security needs, 04/26/04

An influential, industry user group is tackling a problem that has stumped many network executives: how to create an enterprise security architecture.

More attack code surfaces for recent Microsoft security holes, 04/26/04

Just days after Microsoft warned its customers about the release of code that can exploit a hole in its Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) library, new code that claims to exploit another recently …

IBM preps desktop security service, 04/26/04

IBM Global Services last week rolled out a comprehensive desktop management service with a focus on security for small to midsize businesses that need help managing their desktop PCs and printers.

Everdream fills gaps in Microsoft’s free patch tools, 04/26/04

Management service provider Everdream this week will introduce a patch management tool designed to erase the shortcomings of the automated patch service Microsoft offers.

Security flaws occupy router vendors, ISPs, 04/26/04

Router vendors and their ISP customers last week scurried to patch two security holes that could enable denial-of-service attacks and knock out Internet service to enterprise users.

Buffalo eases WLAN security setups, 04/26/04

AOSS technology negotiates highest supported security settings among WLAN devices automatically.

U.K. passport agency begins trial on biometric IDs, 04/26/04

The U.K. Passport Service Monday launched its six month trial of biometric technology involving 10,000 volunteers, the same day that the U.K. government introduced its draft bill for potentially …

Start-ups unveil security appliances, 04/26/04

Start-ups Crossbeam Systems and Imperva this week each will introduce security appliances aimed at protecting corporate resources from an assortment of threats.

Web services security spec approved, 04/26/04

The specification that will serve as the foundation for building security into Web services was officially ratified as a standard last week, paving the way for widespread corporate adoption.

Group makes hardware security Job 1, 04/26/04

The Trusted Computing Group is a collection of 55 vendors including HP, Intel and Microsoft that formed a year ago to develop specifications for chip-based security. Nancy Sumrall, marketing chair for the …

Clearpath dives into VPN devices market, 04/22/04

Clearpath Networks, which has been offering VPN services for two years, is making the leap into selling VPN appliances.