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Safety and reliability are an increasingly important issue for software systems nowadays. We make it our objective to contribute to the development of SaferSoft - ware. With us your IT costs will become reasonable.Expert knowledge, experience and a consequent application of quality check lists and tools prevent common programming errors and therefore security leaks as well as expensive maintenance.
     

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Fortify your IT defences to protect your assets
  November 24, 2008 - www.vnunet.com - by Fran Howarth
    With the economic gloom worsening, the imperative for any organisation is to rein in the bottom line and cut costs.
Many organisations are responding by trimming their workforce. Not all will face problems, but a recent survey by the Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform found that the cause of the worst security incident suffered by 62 per cent of respondents was internal to their organisation, compared to 32 per cent in 2006.
     
Three Ways Internet Crime Has Changed
  November 3, 2008 - www.pcworld.com - by Joan Goodchild
    Gone are the days when most hackers were looking for fame with a splashy, large-scale attack on a network that made headlines. Today's cybercriminals are quietly taking over vulnerable web sites as part of an elaborate process in the underground economy.
     
     
Why Employees Don't Follow Security Rules
  October 29, 2008 - www.pcworld.com - by Joan Goodchild
    According to a recent survey from security firm RSA, a majority of workers polled said they regularly feel the need to dodge corporate security policies in order to get their job done.
     
Why Technology Isn't the Answer to Better Security
  October 15, 2008 - www.pcworld.com - by Kim S. Nash
    Not to be alarmist, but WAKE UP, PEOPLE! Our information security is, in many ways, failing.
     
     
4 steps to take control of your mobile devices
  September 25, 2008 - www.networkworld.com - by John Cox
    If you've ever let a stranger borrow your corporate smartphone, you may have just given him a gift of your company's data.
     
     
Open source good for security
  August 14, 2008 - www.tectonic.co.za - by Alastair
    The key to IT security is secure software - software that is written with not only features, but also security, in mind, says David Jacobson, technical director at Linux services company Synaq.
     
     
Sharing Platforms, Sharing Flaws: Does Interoperable Mean Vulnerable?
  July 30, 2008 - www.linuxinsider.com - by Jack M. Germain
    Though proprietary software still holds the lion's share of the enterprise market, open source products are gaining in popularity.
     
Telecommuting poses security, privacy pisks
  July 29, 2008 - www.networkworld.com - by Ellen Messmer
    Allowing employees to work from home and telecommute poses security and privacy risks that are not being addressed adequately by business or government, according to a study released today by consulting firm Ernst & Young in partnership with the Washington-based advocacy group Center for Democracy and Technology.
     
How secure is secure enough?
  July 28, 2008 - www.computerworld.com - by Jaikumar Vijayan
    Are your information security plans too big, too small or just right? Here are five steps to help you decide.
     
     
Linux Security: Easy as 1-2-3
  June 25, 2008 - www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com - by Paul Rubens
    "Linux is a secure OS."
You've probably heard this statement from time to time, and compared to Windows you could argue that it is. But really it's kind of a meaningless statement: no system which is connected to a network or used by human beings is completely secure, and if it was it would probably be useless.
     
     
The Top 75 Open Source Security Apps
  April 16, 2008 - www.esecurityplanet.com - by Cynthia Harvey
    About a year ago, we took a look at the growing trend toward open-source security and highlighted 10 of the best apps available. Since then, the area has continued to mature, and now we're back highlighting 75 of the most frequently downloaded open-source security applications.
     
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