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Intrusion detection rules drafted  16 February 2001 
Source: FCW - Posted by Jen Olson   
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released Monday new draft guidance on intrusion-detection systems, outlining all the factors agencies need to consider when integrating these security systems into their networks. The guidance is part of a series of special . . .
Who better to test privacy software than the world's spies?  13 February 2001 
Source: MSNBC - Posted by Jen Olson   
How's this for a curious pairing? Stephen Hsu and his partners at SafeWeb Inc. launch a Web site offering the utmost in Internet privacy - and then hook up with the notoriously intrusive Central Intelligence Agency. The CIA, in this case, wants to use a SafeWeb program to mask its own movements on the Internet, so it can gather information incognito.. . .
Bush weighs future of computer security office  13 February 2001 
Source: GovExec - Posted by Jen Olson   
The Bush administration is reviewing whether to continue the operations of the government office that coordinates critical infrastructure policy, according to the head of the office, which is slated for termination this fall. John Tritak, director of the Critical Infrastructure . . .
FBI dumps Carnivore - but in name only  12 February 2001 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
The FBI has dressed its online wolf in sheep's clothing, changing the name of its controversial email surveillance system -- known up until now as Carnivore. Carnivore now goes by the less beastly moniker of DCS1000, drawn from the . . .
Feds Say Fidel Is Hacker Threat  09 February 2001 
Source: Wired - Posted by Jen Olson   
These must be jittery times for anyone in the military who uses the Internet. Not only do they have to guard against Love Bug worms and security holes in Microsoft Outlook -- now they've got to worry about Fidel Castro . . .
Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security  08 February 2001 
Source: Relevant Technologies - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
In an effort to improve the state of consumer privacy, the Federal Reserve Board, the FDIC, the OCC, and the Office of Thrift Supervision on January 17 announced that they have put together joint guidelines to safeguard confidential customer information. The . . .
Report urges overhaul for national security  05 February 2001 
Source: FCW - Posted by Jen Olson   
Recognizing that national security is no longer the sole concern of the Defense Department, a new report by a federal commission pushes for a vast reorganization of the federal government and an overhaul of the appropriations process. The report by the . . .
NSA attempting to design crack-proof computer  01 February 2001 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
Software emulation firm VMware announced it has teamed up with researchers at the National Security Agency to create a nearly crack-proof computer that can place sensitive data in virtual vaults inside the PC. The concept, assuming it works, would streamline the . . .
Feds use biometrics against Super Bowl fans  01 February 2001 
Source: TheRegister - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Super Bowl 2001 fans were secretly treated to a mass, biometric scan in which video cameras tied to a temporary law-enforcement command centre digitised their faces and compared them against photographic lists of known malefactors. Everyone entering Raymond James Stadium in . . .
Report Slams Computer D.C. Agency 's Security Practices  31 January 2001 
Source: Newsbytes - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Computer systems at more than 60 agencies in the District of Columbia remain at risk because of shoddy computer security practices at the DC Department of Public Works, the General Accounting Office (GAO) said today. In a comprehensive audit of . . .
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