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Volume 25 Issue 27 September 11 2006


Do you even need an IPS?

ForeScout ActiveScout 100

eSoft ThreatWall 200

How we tested intrusion prevention systems

Cisco IPS 4240

Juniper IDP 200

McAfee IntruShield 2700

Intruder alert, intruder alert


Government agencies expanding use of RFID

IRS hires private firms to collect back taxes

DOD ends think-tank effort

FedBizOpps upgrade award remains in limbo

GSA's ability to provide services to meet HSPD-12 endangered

GSA, Interior mull shared-services pact

Acquisition councils alter regs to account for IPv6

Army awards $5 billion satellite systems contract

GSA makes deals for credit protection services

TWIC program hits another snag

People on the move

Roger Cressey | Five years of fits and starts

9/11 Personal views

A clear message

A tale of 3 cities

Zalmai Azmi | From New York City to Afghanistan to the FBI

Steve Cooper | DHS' first CIO joined government after attacks

The downside of counterterrorism technology

Next steps for technology

Lt. Gen. Charles Croom | Crisis gave urgency to COOP plans

John Grimes | Barriers to info sharing remain

FDNY Capt. Anthony Catalanotto | Better radio systems protect firefighters

Karen Evans | Communication concerns hit home

John Garing | Assured computing is DOD's insurance policy

Lee Hamilton | Good intentions don't deliver progress


And another thing...

The Packet Rat | A Swiftian plan for security

VIRTUAL SPACE: Remembrances

Mimi Browning | Executive Suite: Who has the IT advantage in the war on terror?

Tom Temin | Editor's Desk: How 9/11 recalls days of Sputnik


Tumbleweed PKI certification

RSA middleware and HSPD-12

Oracle's Common Criteria

Cisco WLAN makes secure

Itanium, the speedy encryptor

People have the power, again

Adobe's big happy family


Internaut | Try real service to the citizen

PIV cards: the insider threat

Gen 2: Sowing UHF Tags Worldwide

Contactless cards: Know your enemy (and your friends)

RFID technologies duke it out