The front on Internet terrorism

Thursday, 15 April 2004, 11:34 AM EST

With attacks from spam, worms, malware, adware, and hackers, Internet security will become so tight that nothing will get through, not even the good data. CEO Steve Ballmer, as well as other heads of industry met this weekend in Washington DC. with Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge to discuss Internet crime.

There’s no question that there is a problem, in my opinion turning to the government for help is like asking them to solve to problems in the Mid-East; they can only make matters worse.

By Douglas Chick at The Network Administrator.

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