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  • September 26, 2006 26 Sep'06

    Unsecured devices worry IT professionals

    IT admins keep working to make networks secure even as more unsecured personal gadgets, like smart phones and BlackBerrys, find their way into companies

  • September 21, 2005 21 Sep'05

    COMMON: New security tools for iSeries

    Recognizing the effect regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley is having on iSeries users, SkyView Partners, PowerTech and Bytware announced products that help users with compliance.

  • May 19, 2005 19 May'05

    PowerTech acquires TriAWorks

    iSeries security company buys SSO software vendor to take advantage of IBM's Enterprise Identity Mapping capabilities.

  • April 26, 2005 26 Apr'05

    SecureZIP now available for iSeries and zSeries

    Recently publicized data leaks, as well as HIPAA and other security compliances, might spur more shops to consider encryption tools.

  • December 29, 2004 29 Dec'04

    Linux, security skills projected hot for 2005

    IT workers looking to improve their standing in the job market should look to open source, Web services and security-related skill and certification sets, according to recent research.

  • May 03, 2004 03 May'04

    Virus-scanning engine will ship with i5/OS

    IBM has a new strategy for securing the iSeries, and that means users can look forward to free anti-virus software samples.

  • May 19, 2003 19 May'03

    Symantec offers firewall for Linux on the iSeries

    Symantec unveils a firewall for the iSeries 270 running Linux. The appliance runs directly on one of the iSeries logical partitions (LPAR), instead of on a dedicated server.

  • October 16, 2002 16 Oct'02

    COMMON: Users prepare for possible breaches in iSeries security

    The iSeries may be the king of security, but that doesn't mean it can't be hacked. Users are beginning to look to vendors to provide that extra layer of security left open by Internet Protocol and open-source applications.

  • August 16, 2002 16 Aug'02

    Policies help quell some security concerns

    While the iSeries is considered to be one of the most secure systems around, that doesn't mean it can't be hacked. But having a good security policy in place may ward off potential intruders.

  • April 16, 2002 16 Apr'02

    Are you unaware of security risks or just ignoring them?

    Carol Woodbury and John Vanderwall, security experts from SkyView Partners, a Seattle-based iSeries security practice business, spoke with Assistant Site Editor Debra Tart during the 2002 Spring COMMON Conference and Expo being held in Nashville ...

  • January 16, 2002 16 Jan'02

    The sWinMan guide to security planning

    Have you visited our sister site, searchWindowsManageability.com? If not, you're missing out on some great content. Here you'll find a sampling of recent articles covering security planning.

  • November 05, 2001 05 Nov'01

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  • June 21, 2001 21 Jun'01

    Security is main issue for UDDI v3

    Lead B2B software vendors, including IBM, meet this week to discuss the UDDI specification and security is expected to be the groups main topic of concern.

  • November 22, 2000 22 Nov'00

    Quick Takes: Passwords, PDAs and printers

  • November 13, 2000 13 Nov'00

    Focus on e-biz could compromise iSeries 400 security

    As IBM pushes its e-business strategy, the iSeries 400 is increasingly being used as a Web server. The midrange system has always maintained a stellar reputation as an extremely secure machine, but will that change as more and more of them are ...

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