Microsoft now has its own lightweight and secure Linux distro, CBL-Mariner. With the distro's limited size also comes a minimal attack surface, making it easy to deploy security patches to it via RPM. Its designers also make a particul...
Angela Schwartz writes, "Netlock Technologies develops Contivity VPN Clients for Macintosh, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, and IBM-AIX. No other company offers the breadth of VPN client operating system support that is available with the Nortel VPN Switch. . . .
Executives at Linux security company Cylant say the computer security industry is engaged in a "conspiracy of sorts," or at least a conspiracy of ignorance, in taking a reactive approach to fighting vulnerabilities. Cylant is pitching its CylantSecure server monitoring . . .
Network security is not a technological problem; it's a business problem. The only way to address it is to focus on business motivations. To improve the security of their products, companies - both vendors and users - must care; for companies to care, the problem must affect stock price. The way to make this happen is to start enforcing liabilities.. . .