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April 2002

Password pain relief

Passwords have long been the bane of both users' and IT's existence. They have been a nuisance for your employees to remember and your help desk to deal with. However, up-and-coming options are ready to help relieve you of the headache.

In this month's issue of Information Security magazine, learn more about the increasingly challenging issue of ensuring secure access to data and applications, as well as the different technologies that can help reduce the burden.

Additionally, take a look at the topic of computer forensics -- including four books worth investigating and how to build a forensics workstation.

Also in this issue: An interview with Becky Bace, the hype over intrusion prevention, information security surveys' trustworthiness and more!

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Features in this issue

  • Becky Bace: The IDS security den mother

    by  Richard Thieme

    Former NSA employee and "den mother of computer security" Becky Base built an impressive and successful career that has undeniably influenced the industry.

  • Four computer forensics books worth investigating

    by  Gary C. Kessler & Michael Schirling

    Check out four computer forensics books that can help you learn the ins and outs of computer forensics technology and laws in place to manage cybercrime.

  • Do's and don'ts of building a forensics workstation

    by  Elizabeth A. Genco

    Elizabeth Genco explains the pros and cons of building a forensics workstation from scratch. Read now to learn what forensic tools are beneficial and which ones aren't.

Columns in this issue

  • Secure reads: Wireless Security

    by  Randall K. Nichols & Panos C. Lekkas

    Wireless Security offers a detailed overview of wireless security topics and covers big-picture characteristics of today's wireless security technologies.

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