Smart Cards

Is “what you have” more secure than “what you know”? At the end of the day, companies need to count the cost and decide if smart are preferred over passwords.

At the Microsoft IT Forum held in Copenhagen back in year 2004, chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates touted that the company will be using smart cards for both physical and logical access – a declaration made in conjunction with the announcement of a new .Net smart card.






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Wireless security: Hyper techniques

Interest in wireless technologies as a means of extending a company’s network infrastructure has grown exponentially almost overnight. Not only has there been more curiosity from customers, who see the obvious advantages, but suppliers of wireless network hardware have been busy churning out innovative products in a bid to claim niche market space. Unfortunately, over shadowing this popularity are questions about wireless security, which have plagued the industry since the technology started gaining acceptance. These security issues, though widely communicated and understood, did surprisingly little to slow down the adoption of wireless technology by enterprises.






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To the Future

If it looks to you that nanobots and skycars are only for the sci-fi movies and serials and not for the real then you need to rethink about it. There are three disruptive technologies that are going to work as a single unit within a time period of five to ten years and this conglomeration will bring about a drastic change in our lifestyles and patterns of working.






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Trend Micro Anti-Virusing

Tread Micro has been rated as one of year 2008 Top 10 best anti-virus programs. Trend Micro anti virus is fully equipped to combat the current Conficker (An intimidating, sophisticated and a new kind of virus worm that no experts in the field can decode it) outbreak and it was said that almost every computers was infected by Conficker. The infamous creator of Conficker was suppose to give command to it on the first of April but it turns out the creator didn’t (or have other bigger plans).






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