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Defend IT: Security by Example - Book Review
January 1, 2005

Recommended Reading Defend IT: Security by Example Ajay Gupta and Scott Laliberte Addison Wesley Professional, 2004 $34.99 (paper), 384 pp. ISBN 0-321-19767-4  …

Incident Response at UT Austin
January 1, 2006

An interview with VP for IT Dan Updegrove. The recent break-in to an administrative database at the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin (TX), discovered April 21, 2006, may have compromised the…

Locking Down Departmental Data
January 1, 2006

As hackers have found their way into computer networks around the country in recent years — putting individuals' personal information at risk of identity theft and embarrassing companies, co…

Current IT Issues Survey Report, 2006
January 1, 2006

Current Issues Current IT Issues Survey Report, 2006 Security and Identity Management edges out Funding IT as the top strategic challenge, while Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity reemer…

Making Business Sense of Information Security
March 21, 2006

A well-managed security program starts at the top and must provide strong governance, business risk management, auditing, and control processes. This Burton Group study proposes a security techn…

Open-source bugs undermine digital signatures
January 1, 2006

A pair of security bugs in cryptography software could allow an attacker to insert content into a digitally signed message or forge signatures on files. …

Surveying the Steps to a Secure Emory University
March 28, 2006

This research bulletin summarizes how Emory University used the results of a security survey of higher education institutions to make important, peer-informed decisions on how to secure and prote…

Server hack at Georgetown University probed
January 1, 2006

Data on as many as 41,000 people may have been compromised. Data on as many as 41,000 people may have been compromised. …

Create A Comprehensive Information Security Program with Limited Resources
November 7, 2012 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2012

Smaller colleges and universities may not have the luxury of dedicated IT security personnel, yet we have all of the same requirements for managing risks, safeguarding and protecting systems and …

Data Privacy: What We Can Learn From the Suits
January 1, 2006

Savvy college and university administrators are engaging government and business experts to ensure data security and privacy on campus. Maybe they're on to something. …


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