Cyber Security



Hydraulic valve interface module
July 2004, Danntech, Pneumatics & Hydraulics, IT infrastructure
Interfacing to hydraulic valves is generally never simple. To make things a little easier, Danntech has designed a multipurpose hydraulic valve interface module with a variety of inputs, various outputs ...

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Low standby power semiconductors
16 June 2004, Electrocomp, Power Electronics / Power Management
Infineon Technologies claims its third generation integrated multichip power IC family provides the industry's lowest standby power consumption. The CoolSET F3 family exceeds specifications of such standards ...

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Authentication tokens - a response to the challenge of Internet banking fraud
June 2004
The secure authentication token usually takes the form of a small handheld device and comes with or without a keypad and smartcard reader

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Smartcard briefs
June 2004, Access Control & Identity Management
Excerpts from the newsletter of The Smart Card Society of southern Africa       OTI and Atmel assist MasterCard smartly Atmel Corporation and On Track Innovations (OTI) have been selected for their contactless ...

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Remote access and wireless network points becoming focus of security breaches
June 2004
More than half of UK businesses now provide their staff with access to their information systems over dial-up or the Internet. Among large companies the figure is 86%, up from 71% two years ago. Other ...

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Combating the cyber criminals
June 2004
When access control systems were first introduced, they consisted of control panels, readers, electrically controlled door strikes, cards, and a personal computer. That part has not changed much. In the ...

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Identity theft in the corporate network
June 2004
The office cleaner wanders around the IT department emptying bins into a black plastic bag. He bends below each desk to look for stray sandwich wrappers and plastic cups. While he is under the desk, it ...

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Improved security in Web services possible
June 2004
Without proper planning and precaution, an enterprise can experience disastrous security intrusions that can result in lost revenue and decreased productivity, especially from today's new breed of debilitating ...

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Move over Batmobile
June 2004, CAM/CAE - Computer Aided Manufacturing / Engineering
Flying cars might have been considered the true future of the automobile in the 80s, however the concept has evolved into what is known as `intelligent cars', as currently being worked on by the FlexRay ...

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Flexible wireless broadband cable
19 May 2004, Hiconnex, Interconnection
CommScope's wireless broadband communication cable (WBC) is a low loss highly flexible 50 Ω braided cable, designed for maximum flexibility in demanding sites where curves, bends and twists require a ...

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Power and battery management standard product for 3G
19 May 2004, Altron Arrow, Power Electronics / Power Management, Residential Estate (Industry), Conferences & Events
The AT73C203 power management standard product for 3G wireless platforms is manufactured on Atmel's low-cost mainstream CMOS process to provide an integrated solution for portable and handheld applications ...

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Trends in digital evidence handling
May 2004
We still have no clear guidelines on access to sensitive material and this will lead to an unnecessary extra burden on the courts

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Early alerting - the key to proactive security
May 2004
A study conducted by Qualys and released in July, that correlated nearly 1,5 million scans over the course of a year and a half, found that 80% of exploits are released within 60 days of a vulnerability's announcement

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Ericsson inks US$32 million deal for the first EDGE network in Africa
May 2004, News + Events
Ericsson has been awarded a US$32 million contract to supply cellular equipment and services to Scancom, the leading telecoms operator in Ghana. The deal will see Scancom implementing GSM networking ...

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The truth about online payment methods and who carries the risk
May 2004
Online purchasing can become a confusing process for some shoppers - from finding the online store, to choosing the right product and then having to decide on which payment method to use. Although there ...

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Generator controller design helps cut energy consumption by 25%
21 April 2004, Opti-Num Solutions, Design Automation, Products
To comply with the Kyoto Protocol, governments around the world are working to substantially reduce CO2 emissions. One way to accomplish this is to improve efficiency by combining electricity power stations ...

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Gartner releases Top 10 worldwide semiconductor rankings for 2003
7 April 2004, News, IT infrastructure
Gartner has released its Top 10 ranking of worldwide semiconductor vendors based on estimated 2003 sales revenue. They are (in millions of US dollars):    Sales for the remaining companies were $87 648 ...

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Smaller safety capacitors
7 April 2004, Circuit & System Protection
Murata's revision of safety recognised leaded capacitors reduces the number of different types needed, increases mounting density and introduces what it says is the world's smallest class Y1 capacitors. Values ...

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Buzzers on tape can be automatically processed
7 April 2004, Passive Components
If a buzzer can be made small enough, it can be delivered in tape ready for automatic processing. Murata has done this, and with no reduction in sound pressure level (SPL). The PKLCS1212E is 12 x 12 mm ...

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Colloidal graphite spray
7 April 2004, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Colloidal graphite-based spray can make surfaces conductive. Due-Ci's N-77 leaves a thin silver-grey film that adheres to plastic, metal, wood, glass, ceramics. It can be used to coat the housings of ...

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