• Homeland Security To Partner With CERT

    The federally funded Computer Emergency Response Team at Carnegie Mellon University will partner with the Department of Homeland Security and receive additional funds and staff, federal and university officials said Monday.

  • First RFID Show Kicks Off

    RFID got a boost Monday with a slew of product and service announcements hailing from the worlds' first conference dedicated to the data collection technology that uses electronic tags to track warehoused products and goods going onto retail shelves.

  • Making Strides In RFID

    January 2005, the deadline Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has set for its top suppliers to implement radio-frequency-identification technologies for tracking pallets of goods through the supply chain, isn't all that far away. That's got some companies thinking about how they'll integrate the components of an RFID deployment and prioritize investments in those areas to drive the most value out of these rollouts.

  • ISS Adds To Services Offerings

    Internet Security Systems launched Monday a services practice focused on helping customers comply with a handful of high-profile federal regulations.

  • White House Selects Cybersecurity Chief

    The Bush administration on Monday selected Amit Yoran, a respected software executive from Symantec Corp., as the nation's new cybersecurity chief inside the Department of Homeland Security.

  • No-Reboot Fibre-Channel HBAs For Windows From JNI

    JNI Corporation Monday plans to announce a new line of 2 Gbyte HBAs that brings the benefits of Fibre Channel SANs to the SMB sector. The ZStar Series includes two HBA models: the Z210 is a single-port 2Gbyte HBA for the PCI-X bus, and the Z220 is a dual-port model. The ZStar HBAs offer complete auto-configuration of SAN topology, link speed, and LUN discovery and mapping, and the bundled EZ Fibre utility lets administrators make configuration changes without having to reboot the server.