Cybersecurity June 1, 2000

Viruses: No one is immune

A computer virus is a self-replicating program designed to wreak havoc with computers. Some of them are benign, but mostly they're no laughing matter. For example, the "Love Bug" virus, which appeared in early May, affected businesses and government agencies throughout the world. Many companies, large and small alike, had to shut down their computer systems to handle the attack, causing g...

By Laura Zurawski, Web Editor
Cybersecurity January 1, 1970

Securing software

Chicago, Ill.—Software security is based on how applications and operating systems are constructed, but security also involves plant procedures, building security, and employee education, among other things, according to key software vendors at National Manufacturing Week, March 3-5, here. Proper software security measures are "very scarcely implemented," according to Dirk Rouffaer, Schne...

By Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief,