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May 18, 2009 -- The Trusted Computing Group has announced that it has extended its Trusted Network Connect (TNC) security architecture and multi-vendor standards to allow all devices on any IP network to be protected against threats and unauthorized access. • Current Perspective: Positive on the Trusted Computing Group’s extension and enhancements to its Trusted Network Connect framework, because although the specifications were originally designed to support network access control (NAC) solutions, the new specifications continue to broaden their appeal and application beyond traditional NAC use cases. • ...
and has a specialized meaning. With Trusted Computing, the computer will consistently behave in expected ways, and those behaviors will be enforced by hardware and software. 1 . In practice, Trusted Computing uses cryptography to help enforce a selected behavior. The main functionality of TC is to allow someone else to verify that only authorized code runs on a system. This authorization covers initial booting and kernel and may also cover applications and various scripts. Just by itself TC does not protect against attacks that exploit security vulnerabilities introduced by programming bugs. TC is controversial because it is ...
Vim (text editor) – Wikipedia, the free encycloped
Vim (text editor)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation,searchVim  Vim running in a terminal emulatorOriginal author(s)Bram MoolenaarInitial release1991, 18–19 years agoStable release7.2 (2008-08-09) [+/?]Preview release7.3a (2010-05-24) [+/?]Written inC and Vim scriptPlatformCross-platform,including Unix, Linux and Microsoft WindowsAvailable inEnglish, Chinese, French, Italian, Polish, Russian[1]TypeText editorLicenseFree software, charitywareWebsite is a text editor released by Bram Moolenaar in 1991 for the Amiga computer. The name "Vim" is an acronym for ... market research, surveys and trends
Schneier on Security: New GAO Cybersecurity Report
Don't hurry to get your hands on it. Summary: Federal agencies spend money on cybersecurity R&D. Some should spend more on this R&D. Some should spend differently on this R&D. In grand GAO fashion, the elusive cybersecurity R&D is never clearly defined, nor is it explained why larger quantities or different allocations of cybersecurity R&D would lead to better security...I'd wait for the paperback version. Posted by: Josh at July 20, 2010 8:09 AM @Josh: You've just relieved us (Bruce included) from reading it, thanks :-) @Bruce: Another "haven't read" blog post? What a clever practice of you: ... market research, surveys and trends


NSF Program Announcement/Solicitation: Trusted Computing
he National Science Foundation promotes and advances scientific progress in the United States by competitively awarding grants and cooperative agreements for research and education in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering.    To get the latest information about program deadlines, to download copies of NSF publications, and to access abstracts of awards, visit the NSF Web Site at: Program Title: Trusted Computing (TC) Synopsis of Program: The Trusted Computing program seeks to establish a sound scientific foundation and technological basis for managing privacy and security in a world linked through ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Survey: IT executives experimenting with mostly 'private' cloud ...
adoption – along with an understanding of what motivates IT executives to invest the cloud, what concerns remain, and what initiatives are planned – you can’t limit your frame to a single industry. The full picture only becomes clear through a cross section of research, manufacturing, government and education fields. That’s the approach Platform Computing took at a recent supercomputing conference. The company late last year surveyed 95 IT executives across a number of fields to offer insight into how organizations are experimenting with cloud computing and how they view the value of private clouds. [Disclosure: Platform ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NetScout Systems Reports Financial Results for First Quarter Fiscal Year 2011
Q1 FY 2011 ----------------------------- GAAP Non-GAAP ------------- ------------- Revenue $66.8 million $67.0 million Net income $7.1 million $8.9 million Net Income per share $0.17 $0.21 -------------------- ------------- ------------- NetScout Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTCT), an industry leader for advanced network and service assurance solutions, today announced financial results for its first quarter of fiscal year 2011 ended June 30, 2010. Total GAAP revenue for the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The changing face of IT: Five trends to watch
earlier this month, I gave a presentation called “The Changing Face of IT” in which I outlined five key trends that are changing the way IT is delivered, administered, and staffed. Here’s a summary of that presentation. We have been discussing the consumerization of IT on TechRepublic since 2007 when The Wall Street Journal published tips to help business professionals circumvent their IT departments . Back then, it was primarily an annoyance involving a few power users who were bringing their own Palm Treos into the enterprise and using a some unauthorized Web tools to get their work done. Since then, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Trusted Computing Group Work Group Charter Summary
May 17, 2010 ... Trusted Computing Group. Work Group Charter Summary .... solutions which take advantage of trusted computing standards to achieve secure ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Trusted Computing Challenges - Department of Computer Science
Summary. Trusted Computing Challenges. 3. November, 2007. The views and opinions expressed in this talk are strictly those of the author. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What happens when I die?
With all the digital data we take great care to secure, we need to consider who might need access to it and how if we're not around to unlock it. This is actually a question I heard on an episode of Security Now with Steve Gibson and "the other Leo", Leo Laporte. They speak frequently about tools and techniques to keep data secure, and the question was - in that light - how to make sure that data is actually available to those we might leave behind on our death. It struck a chord because I regularly hear the other side of the scenario. I frequently hear from those left behind, frantically attempting to access ...
How do bad software companies stay in business?
With so much bad software on the market its amazing that the companies stay in business. It's not about technology, it's all about economics. How do software companies, such as *****, continue to stay in business? Their software is almost good but from my experience unreliable and troublesome. Their support service is almost non existent and their Web Site is a circular nightmare. I finally got an immediate response from them when I wrote this evening to cancel any renewal of my license to *****. My experience with them makes me very reluctant to deal with anyone I haven't dealt with before. • I wonder ...