Larry Greenemeier's Bio
Larry Greenemeier covers security for InformationWeek, including hot topics such as hacking, identity management, the gamut of worms/viruses/spyware/phishing, and vulnerability assessment. Larry has an MS in journalism from Columbia, enjoys using semicolons to break up long sentences, and favors trade shows where wireless access is quick and easy.
- Oracle Critical Patch Update Hits The Street With 37 Fixes
- The Truth About Software Security
- Antivirus 2.0: The Bouncer Approach
- Google Vulnerability A Sign Of Web 2.0 Weakness
- Outsourcing Security Doesn't Mean You're Desperate
- How To Spot Insider-Attack Risks In The IT Department
- The New Security Solutions
- Inside Microsoft's Labs
- Can Integrated Security Catch A Thief, Or A Terrorist?
- Is The Metasploit Hacking Tool Too Good?
- Q&A: Why Metasploit Publishes Hacker Tools
- Software To The Rescue For SOX And HIPAA
- Scientists Overcoming Quantum Encryption's Distance-Related Hurdles
- Oracle Promises Security In Fusion But Customers Will Have To Wait
- Symantec Looks Beyond Antivirus
- Five Questions For Paul Patrick, VP And Chief Architect For BEA Systems' AquaLogic Product Line
- Update: AT&T Hackers Devised Elaborate Phishing Scam To Dupe Customers
- FBI Looks To Redeem Itself With Sentinel After Virtual Case File Snafu
- Black Hat: Vista Vulnerable To Stealthy Malware Despite Body Cavity Search
- Black Hat: Standards Issues Open Network Security Holes
- Microsoft's WGA Woes Highlight User Rights
- Update: State Department Releases Details Of Computer Systems Attacks
- VA Data Theft Prompts Overhaul Of Lax Security Culture
- Fed Reacts To Laptop Thefts With New Security Guidelines-But Are They Enough?
- Analysis: Microsoft Forefront Must Overcome Security Stigma Before Businesses Bite