Deborah Radcliff

Articles by Deborah Radcliff

Identity management in the real world

In some cases, narrow identity management solutions will scale up to greater ambitions. In others, the scope may remain small. At both extremes, identity management pays off in very concrete ways when the scope and details are determined by the needs of the business.

U.S. cyber czar warns educators about better security

Despite evidence of al-Qaeda's research into American utility companies gleaned from laptops seized after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, don't expect the U.S. National Security Agency, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation to warn businesses when a cyberattack might take place.

Security under the gun

Predictions that IT security jobs would be hot after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have not come true. Would-be employers say their security budgets are flat, risks and threats are rising, and they're being asked to do more with less because of staffing shortfalls elsewhere within their IT organizations.

Guarding the gates

Chances are, bits and pieces of your company

Slow economy spurs quick degrees

Louis Drzewiecki, a senior data analyst at United Healthcare Corp. in Minneapolis, decided three years ago to pursue a master

Hot skills for a cold market

Job pickings are slimmer than they have been in recent years, but jobs are out there for IT workers who can add value to a company

Guarding The Data Warehouse Gate

Rising concerns about the security of sensitive information are forcing IT managers to turn their attention to the richest repositories of data: their data warehouses.

Researchers say Nimda set to propagate again

Researchers have discovered a third vector to the Nimda worm, which is set to propagate again through email at 1:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) Friday.

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