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A sampling of recent articles and interviews placed

July 3, 2007
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Interview: Steven Sprague, Trusted Computing Group David Geer recently spoke with Steven Sprague, one of the original founders of the Trusted Computing Group, a nonprofit forum to develop open standards for hardware-enabled trusted computing and security technologies. Steven is a long-time advocate of securing PC platforms via hardware chips.
By David Geer, ITworld.com
Listen to the podcast here.
Read the article/transcript here.
June 8, 2007
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Compliance regs a bonanza for software, service firms David Curran joins Integrity Interactive as CEO, at a time when Integrity has seen a growing demand in business in the wake of corporate scandals and increased regulations.
By Todd Wallack, Boston Business Journal
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April 16, 2007
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Watchfire Introduces Web Site for Extensions Watchfire today is introducing a new community web site for the creation of extensions for its Web application security solution, AppScan 7.5.
By Jeff Feinman, SD Times
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April 13, 2007
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TJX data thieves had time to steal For at least 17 months, someone had free rein inside TJX Cos.’ computers. Without anyone noticing, one or more intruders installed code on the discount retailer’s systems to methodically unearth, collect and transmit account data from at least 45.7 million credit and debit cards.
By Mark Jewell, Associated Press
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April, 2007
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E-portfolios :: Making Things E-asy A young teacher’s implementation of a simple-to-use e-portfolio program is helping to reform a troubled East Coast high school. This six-page feature showcases how the web 2.0 software and dedication of local professors and business volunteers helped turn around theProvidence, RI school.
By John Waters, freelance writer
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March 26, 2007
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Focus on the data A panel of current and former federal officials discussed IT security at a symposium last week, and, surprisingly, there was little more than a passing reference to regulatory compliance.
By William Jackson, Government Computer News
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Listen to the Podcast here.
March 6, 2007
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A New Battleground for Computer Security The changing interests of the Internet’s troublemakers are creating fresh dangers for consumers, making Web sites they know and trust potential sources of PC misery.
By Riva Richmond, Dow Jones / The Wall Street Journal
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January 15, 2007
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Mainframe Migrations Follow Different Routes While the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) moves quickly toward Unix, The Reader’s Digest Association takes a different outsourcing path.
By Patrick Thibodeau, Computerworld
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December, 2007
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Fast Growth Focus: Infocrossing’s Utility Strategy Computer Reseller News interviews Chairman and CEO Zach Lohnstein on Infocrossing’s selection at #38 to the CRN Fast Growth 100 for the ChannelWeb Video Television network.
View the Web TV segment here.
October 31, 2007
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TVTonic, prescription for video podcasts Wavexpress President Michael Sprague is interviewed for the Internet Daily blog regarding pm Wavexpress developing TVTonic, a video “podcatcher” that integrates with Windows Media Center and is a bundled application in Windows Vista.
By Frank Barnako, Dow Jones MarketWatch
Read the blog here.
Sept. 25, 2006
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NETWORK WORLD ALL-STARS: A recipe for trust at Papa Gino’s In the annual All-STARS Signature Series issue, Papa Gino’s is recognized as a pioneer in the use of the TPM security chip, and saves thousands in time and lost data.
By Joanne Cummings, Network World

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