ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES 3

BY ALAN OSBORN, in Westminster
A NUMBER of new products and services designed to improve internet security have been announced at the Information Security Solutions Europe 2001 conference in London, against a background of growing world-wide concern over on-line security following the terror attacks on America.

The UK e-commerce minister Douglas Alexander told delegates that the attacks had put "a new and intense focus on how we approach security." In the US, the internet technical governing body ICANN has decided to change the agenda of its annual ...


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