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Fighting the new electronic war

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In 1992, Lance Spitzner joined the U.S. Army with a single goal in mind: to become a tank officer. Ever since childhood, he had loved learning about tanks, and the Army gave him an opportunity to get up-close and personal with . . .

IBM Dream: Self-Policing Networks

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Imagine a world where complicated computer networks need little or no interaction with humans: a world where computers can update and maintain their own systems, shield themselves from misfortune caused by human error and acts of nature, and fiercely protect themselves . . .

PGP Security's NAI Labs Partner With National Security Agency to Develop Secure Linux

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NAI today announced they are joining with the National Security Agency (NSA) and its other partners to further develop the NSA's Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) prototype. The $1.2 million will be paid over the life of the two-year contract, and the work will focus on research and development to improve the security of open-source operating system platforms, the core of Internet infrastructures that have become business critical in today's economy.. . .