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  • Top IT execs could take heat for TJX breach

    Experts say senior IT executives at TJX are most likely on the hot seat today after the retail giant revealed Wednesday a massive computer security breach. 

  • No fixes for Microsoft Word zero-day flaws

    Microsoft has released high-priority fixes for serious vulnerabilities in its Outlook and Excel applications, but there are no patches in the January batch for known Microsoft Word flaws that are currently under attack. 

  • Research: IM malware attacks on the rise

    With 41 new attacks carried out during December alone, 2006 proved to be a significant growth year for threats distributed over instant messaging systems. 

  • Geezers revolt: Age discrimination tops the best CIO stories of 2006

    Of the many issues we followed this year, age discrimination hit home hardest with our CIO readers. But other stories struck a nerve, too. Revisit the issues that mattered most to you in our 2006 collection of best CIO stories. 

  • Content monitoring tags questionable email activity

    You've spent thousands to keep malware and hackers out, but what are you doing to keep your data inside? Encryption can lock things down, but you need visibility to make sure the data is truly safe. 

  • Acquisition bolsters IBM's compliance, security portfolio

    IBM's purchase of Dutch software firm Consul gives it a security and compliance auditing product that runs on both distributed and mainframe systems. 

  • Small companies ignorant of security?

    Small businesses must become more aware that they are potential victims of cybercrime, former White House security adviser Howard Schmidt has urged. 

  • Remote workers still confused about security

    Not only are remote workers a ticking time bomb when it comes to network security, but many also feel IT has no right to monitor their online behavior. 

  • Security flaw could ground Wi-Fi users

    Security monitoring groups warn there's a hole that could allow nearby hackers to execute kernel-mode code the minute you open up your Wi-Fi. 

  • Users eye iPods as cool enterprise tools

    The holidays may bring a flood of new consumer gadgets into the enterprise. New research shows that corporate IT should find ways to include them.