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Ban the iPod at work?

Consumer gadgets like iPods and PDAs pose a threat to corporate security. Also: Making sure downloads aren't spyware.

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Consumer gadgets like iPods and PDAs are a security risk to companies, experts at a Washington conference say. Also: Making sure downloads aren't spyware.

Employee gadgets pose security risk to companies

iPods, smart phones, digital cameras and other gadgets pose a real security risk to organizations. IT managers are looking for solutions.
November 15, 2005

Group backs program to certify downloads

Trusted Download Program, backed by several tech companies, is designed to protect consumers from adware, spyware.
November 15, 2005

No end seen to patching race

System administrators are dealing with security vulnerabilities more quickly, but attacks are also appearing sooner.
November 15, 2005

Bots may get cloak of encryption

To retain control over hijacked PCs, cybercriminals will add encryption capabilities to their bots, a security expert predicts.
November 14, 2005

ROI: Risk of incarceration?

It's hard to prove monetary return of investments in security, but execs understand the risk of not complying with regulations.
November 14, 2005
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