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After reviewing your list of schools in the "Survival 101" article (July/August 2007), I noticed you did not include Capella University in the list.
Capella University is
Brock Frary, Senior Information Security Analyst, Fifth Third Bank
Neil Roiter's article ("Hard Core," July/August) talks about laptop encryption, mentioning several software companies' products and eventually disk encryption embedded on the hard drive itself. Yet in the picture, we see a PowerBook laptop by Apple that has done encryption since the release of OS X 10.3 (Panther, released October 2003), and not a word of it in the text.
OS X can encrypt home folders and can create encrypted containers more easily than most software; also it is native to the operating system.
For a business executive it is a no-brainer to encrypt data. I see this as a major omission in the article.
Philippe Bastien, IT Security Senior Analyst, Okiok
|Julia Allen was incorrectly identified in the article "Stormy Weather" in the July/August issue of Information Security.|
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This was first published in September 2007