GOP 's computer security reality
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The secret service won't be the only high-profile security group in Philadelphia at the Republican National Convention. A computer security organization will sound the alarm over the increasing vulnerability of America's network-based society on Wednesday. . . . The secret service won't be the only high-profile security group in Philadelphia at the Republican National Convention. A computer security organization will sound the alarm over the increasing vulnerability of America's network-based society on Wednesday.

Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Mellon's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) will brief a group of political and corporate heavyweights who are gathered just across the state to usher Texas Gov. George W. Bush officially onto the Republican ticket.

"We are going to run a session on the security issues now surrounding wide area networks like the Internet," said Rich Pethia, director of the Institute for Survivable Systems, which oversees CERT activities.

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