This Press Release from @stake about their 'newly created 'Financial Services' probably tells us a lot about the current state of the economy and the economic downturn in the high-tech business community :
"SmartRisk Financial Services, from @Stake, is billed as a focused set
of security services, which the firm says has been designed to help manage
and mitigate the risks unique to the business issues facing financial institutions.
Charges have been filed against a man who admitted to police that he tried to find someone in an Internet chat room to kidnap, rape and torture his wife, authorities said. Joe Mack Clemens, 55, of Longview, was indicted Thursday on charges of criminal solicitation, according to the office of District Attorney Bill Jennings.
CyberGuard Corporation announced that the company will soon unveil a virtual private network product and integrate it into the entire line of CyberGuard premium appliance firewalls.
Detectives from the Commercial Crime Agency will return to Parliament House in Macquarie Street tomorrow following a major breakthrough in the computer hacking investigation. After a week of negotiations, Clerk of the Parliament John Evans told the three-member police team they could have unlimited access to the parliamentary computer network.
Opposition Leader Kerry Chikarovski yesterday welcomed the resumption of the police probe into the alleged use of Labor MP Tony Kelly's computer to hack into a senior Liberal's files....
Kieren McCarthy writing for 'The Register' reports "Yahoo! is to blame for incidences of kidnapping, rape and torture reckons some god-awful, blinkered and self-satisfied member of the American Family Association. Patrick Trueman has taken the recent example of a 15 year-old girl from Massachusetts who was kidnapped and then subjected to days of abuse to embark on a fire and brimstone crusade. The case itself is pretty shocking: the girl, who had run away from home, was abducted by a bloke and a woman (James Warren and Beth Loschin) and raped.