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Information Tech & Resources Policies
January 1, 2005

James Cook University's main IT policies page. James Cook University's main IT policies page. …

FTC SPAM Summit Explores Next Generation of Threats and Solutions
July 24, 2007

The Federal Trade Commission recently hosted a Spam Summit that focused on the next generation of threats and solutions.   The workshop brought together experts from the business, gover…

Damming Spam
January 1, 1999

This article provides suggestions on what the average person can do to reduce the amount of junk e-mail. This article provides suggestions on what the …

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary: Winning the Battle against Cyber Criminals
April 25, 2006

Winning the Battle against Cyber Criminals Dan Larkin Unit Chief, Internet Crime Complaint Center , Federal Bureau of Investigation This op…

How Secure Is Your Information?
March 30, 2011 | A session at the NERCOMP Annual Conference 2011

This dynamic session will provide a brief overview of the information security standards institutions must comply with in order to provide data security. The program will include some live demonstr…

Root Compromise: A Spammer Hiding in Plain Sight
April 21, 2009 | A session at the Security 2009

This presentation will walk through an incident where a spammer obtained root on a major departmental server and used it to inject spam material into the site's web pages, as well as describe …

The Commercial Malware Industry
February 22, 2007 | A session at the Cybersecurity Summit 2007 for NSF Large Research Facilities

Malware has come a long way since it consisted mostly of small-scale (if prolific) nuisances perpetrated by script kiddies. Today, it's increasingly being created by professional programmers a…

The Do-It-Yourself Anti-Spam Toolkit
October 11, 2006 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2006 Annual Conference

At the University of California, Irvine, we have managed to reduce the amount of unsolicited commercial (or simply nasty) e-mail we receive to a mere trickle, using (almost) nothing but open-source…

Securing E-Mail Infrastructure: Lessons Learned
April 12, 2006 | A session at the Security 2006

E-mail has become the essential form of communication at universities. Its weakness, such as e-mail-borne threats and spam, can[severely impact message delivery and retrieval, crippling or even par…

Winning the Battle Against Cyber Criminals
April 11, 2006 | A session at the Security 2006

The federal government's Internet Crime Complaint Center (I3C) tackles a range of criminal schemes on the Internet, including spam, phishing, spoofed or hijacked bank accounts, cyber extortion…

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