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Human error is to blame for 84 per cent of IT security breaches, according to a survey of more than 900 organisations. In its second annual study of IT security and the workforce,...
A UK BASED security firm claimed today that online Web sites using the Linux operating system have reached an all-time high over the last three months. British firm mi2g claimed that Windows based servers were...
Direct security breaches against databases appear to be on the rise, according to the recently released Summer 2002 Database Developers survey from research firm Evans Data Corp. The report revealed that one...
Thanks JimF for this bit of news. A Microsoft security expert claims system administrators do not do enough to shore up IIS web servers from security threats, with the result that the software...