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Security Stocks Burn Rubber
Security technology stocks are burning rubber as they peel out in front of swaggering technology blue chips. Who are some of these security market leaders and what kinds of security products do they offer?

BURN MDF: Security Stocks Burn Rubber Security Stocks Burn Rubber L. Taylor - April 27, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - April 27th, 2000 Event Summary On February 9th, there was a fury of Distributed Denial of Service attacks that rocked the cyberworld. In response to this attack, numerous security technology corporations are seeing rapid marketcap growth. Market Impact Internet Security Systems (NASDAQ: ISSX), an Atlanta based Internet security vendor, specializes in providing leading security management solutions
4/27/2000

Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris?
Sun Microsystems has eliminated licensing fees for Solaris 8 and its source code.

BURN MDF: Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris? Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris? R. Krause - February 2, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Sun Microsystems has eliminated licensing fees for Solaris 8 in an effort to boost its appeal against Linux and Windows NT. Solaris 8 is due to ship in February, around the same time Microsoft is due to ship Windows 2000. Sun CEO Scott McNealy has been laying the groundwork for the announcement for months by telling audiences that software is a service and should be
2/2/2000

The Keys to Effective Project Governance Leadership
Project Sponsor.com conducted a three-year research program on project governance. The findings turned up some surprising facts on how project governance is approached and applied in businesses today, and shed some light on what is required for project governance to be effective.

BURN MDF: of failure, the cash burn rate vis-à-vis plan, and so on. If executives are not in touch with and informed about their project, they re not likely to be successful. Secondly, executives must take appropriate action to ensure the project s success. If they re “fiddling while Rome burns” (wasting time with unimportant issues when they should be handling the more serious problems), the project will not be successful. Executives should not only be reactive to the project manager s requests, but
12/10/2007

A Kinder Unisys Makes Web Users Burn
Unisys has modified its policy on garnering license fees from the use of the .GIF image format.

BURN MDF: Unisys Makes Web Users Burn A Kinder Unisys Makes Web Users Burn D. Geller - September 10, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Unisys Corp holds the patent for a data compression algorithm known as LZW. Many years ago CompuServe used LZW as the basis of its GIF image format. In 1995 it obtained a license fee arrangement from CompuServe. It has also obtained licensing arrangements with most major commercial vendors of graphics programs. Unisys is now asking Web developers to determine whether the software
9/10/1999

AMD Athlon Debuts
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--August 9th - AMD today introduced the 650MHz AMD Athlon(TM) processor, the world's fastest and highest-performance microprocessor for x86 computer systems.

BURN MDF: Pile-On | Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris? | HP says When in Doubt, Buy It Out for Server Appliances | Intel Chip Shortage Continuing | Embedded Linux for Handhelds | Linux Laptops from Dell | Come See the Softer Side of Linux? | Windows 2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics | Compaq Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again? | Goodbye PCs, Hello Appliances? | Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way | Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps? | Dell
8/13/1999

Intel Delays Shipment of 820 Chipset
Intel Corp. has postponed (for the second time) the launch of its 820 chipset.

BURN MDF: Pile-On | Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris? | HP says When in Doubt, Buy It Out for Server Appliances | Intel Chip Shortage Continuing | Embedded Linux for Handhelds | Linux Laptops from Dell | Come See the Softer Side of Linux? | Windows 2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics | Compaq Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again? | Goodbye PCs, Hello Appliances? | Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way | Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps? | Dell
9/29/1999

Compaq to Halt NT on Alpha Development
Compaq Computer Corp. this week laid off roughly 100 engineers responsible for developing Windows NT/2000 on the Alpha platform, several informed sources said. [Note: Compaq has only discussed the 32-bit version of NT, it is still unclear whether this announcement also affects 64-bit Windows.]

BURN MDF: Pile-On | Will Sun Burn Linux with Free Solaris? | HP says When in Doubt, Buy It Out for Server Appliances | Intel Chip Shortage Continuing | Embedded Linux for Handhelds | Linux Laptops from Dell | Come See the Softer Side of Linux? | Windows 2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics | Compaq Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again? | Goodbye PCs, Hello Appliances? | Intel Tries to Give it Away - AMD Says No Way | Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps? | Dell
8/1/1999

Cart32 in Need of Duct Tape
With a gaping security hole, anyone using Cart32 can buy all kinds of stuff for free, or whatever price they feel like paying.

BURN MDF: Hack | Security Stocks Burn Rubber | DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine | Cyclone Untangles Digital Partnerships | Security Begins on Your Desktop | Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame | Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney | Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations | Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98 | Robust Systems are Built from the Bottom Up | DOJ Keeps Low Profile on Curador; Protect Your IIS Server Today! | Security Breach: Now What? |
8/28/2000

CIOs Need to Be Held Accountable for Security
As systems, networks, and websites suffer new magnitudes of Denial of Service attacks, malicious network scans, and network intrusions, organizational CIOs need to be held accountable for information security.

BURN MDF: Again | Security Stocks Burn Rubber | Even If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn’t Tell | Who’s That Knocking On Your Web? | Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website? | Mirapoint ~ ISP Messaging Solution in a Box? | Teloquent To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web | Navision Becoming More Visible | A Forum for Wireless Standards…About time isn’t it? | DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine | A Visionary of Loveliness | Cyclone Untangles Digital Partnerships | ERP Demand
2/28/2000

Bootcamp for the Pros; Why Ernst & Young Will Lead Security Auditing Standards
Original News & Educational ReviewCourse SummaryErnst & Young, has put together the quintessential course for security engineers looking to improve their ability to protect their organization's website, systems, and network. Dubbed eXtreme Hacking, and carrying a price tag of $5,000 a slot, this course is for anyone but hacks. With an impressive course book that fills a two-inch thick binder, leading Ernst & Young security engineers take you step-by-step through all the ways that bad guys try to subvert your mission critical servers and network configurations. Using dual-bootable NT-Linux laptops, and an accompanying network setup for practicing subversive attacks and exploits, attendees will leave the course with an entire new bag of tools and tricks that help them understand how bad guys identify target IP addresses, collect information about the systems they plan on compromising, and exploit weaknesses without being noticed. The idea is to learn how to figure out what the weaknesses are in your organization's network before the bad guys do.

BURN MDF: X | Security Stocks Burn Rubber | Mirapoint ~ ISP Messaging Solution in a Box? | Navision Becoming More Visible | A Forum for Wireless Standards…About time isn’t it? | DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine | Cyclone Untangles Digital Partnerships | Security Begins on Your Desktop | Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame | Novell Uses XML, LDAP, NDS to Manage AD, IOS, etc. | Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney | HP Reorganizes Storage Group, Addresses NAS-cent Market |
1/19/2002

PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace
There have been numerous reports of the PrettyPark virus running rampant on the Internet this week. Help keep cyberspace clean by wiping out the PrettyParks.

BURN MDF: Hack | Security Stocks Burn Rubber | DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine | Cyclone Untangles Digital Partnerships | Security Begins on Your Desktop | Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame | Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney | Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations | Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98 | Robust Systems are Built from the Bottom Up | DOJ Keeps Low Profile on Curador; Protect Your IIS Server Today! | Security Breach: Now What? |
3/10/2000


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