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Articles tagged with: secure

Safari 5.1 Arrives With X Lion

With the arrival of OS X Lion, Safari 5.1 has also hit the shores. It is considered as one of the most innovative browsers in town.

Apple is raising the stakes with its latest products and satisfied users and with the release of Safari, Apple will take things to another level. The wonder browser was released yesterday with several updates and improvements.

Top Secret Military Information Exposed Via Internet Mishap

An “Internet error” is responsible for exposing military secrets to the public. The mishap occurred from an improperly censored military document being leaked onto a Parliament website. The document contained information about UK’s nuclear submarines, which is obviously classified information you would not want to be released.

Google Lacks FISMA Accreditation For “Google Apps For Government”

Google has said that its suite of government office products have been certified under a law that mandates strict information security rules for federal agencies. The Justice Department, however, says otherwise. Google Apps for Government is Google’s solution for government-focused email and office product that is certified under the Federal Information Security Management Act, known as FISMA. The requirements for FISMA are enforced to safeguard digital information used by federal agencies.

Google has been trying to gain edge over its competitor, Microsoft, with a “extra-secure” government version of Google Apps and claims that its suite is accredited under FISMA. There is a small problem with Google’s claim however, and the problem arises from recent documents that were unsealed last week as part of an ongoing lawsuit Google had filed in October against the Department of the Interior. The Justice Department lawyers wrote that