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Case Study: SAIC Manages Threat of Open Device Ports with DeviceLock PDF Print E-mail

A top information technology and systems integration contractor to government, healthcare and business, SAIC has built its multi-billion dollar business on making IT decisions that are both smart and safe.  As claimed on its website, SAIC “maintains a laser focus on the security implications of all decisions.”  SAIC takes on high-profile projects that set a standard for security in a given domain.  For example, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has enlisted SAIC to design its IT foundation.  And SAIC is also involved in bringing state-of-the-art security to the healthcare domain through its work with the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, on a project known as PCASSO for patient-centered access to secure systems online.

Case Study: Norwich & Peterborough Building Society protects against USB risks with DeviceLock® PDF Print E-mail

With assets of £3.26 billion and members in the region of 336,000, Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P) is the 14th largest building society in the U.K. It employs over 1,000 people: 450 at its principal office and contact centre and approximately 560 employees at its 50 strong branch network and within its group companies.

Updated version of Advanced IM Password Recovery now available PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 July 2005 16:00

What's New in Advanced IM Password Recovery:

  • Version 2.70 can be installed and used under accounts without Administrator privileges.
  • Added support for latest versions of messengers: Yahoo! IM 7.0, PalTalk 8.0, Miranda, Rediff Bol 7.0,
    Ipswitch 2.03, Gaim 1.3.1.
Proactive Password Auditor 1.5 (formerly Proactive Windows Security Explorer) has been released PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 June 2005 16:00

ElcomSoft has released Proactive Password Auditor™

1.5, a password audit and security test tool that makes it easy for NT4/2000/XP/2003 systems administrators to identify and close security holes in their networks. By running Proactive Password Auditor regularly, managers can have peace of mind that the basic lock on their networks is secure.


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