Enterprise data privacy management
- September 26, 2005
New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert has initiated an Internet-voting project that will allow displaced residents to cast ballots in the next mayoral election.
- September 08, 2005
A new survey shows an uptick in hiring for the fourth quarter, with some regions and skill sets leading the pack.
- August 30, 2005
Modified private-detective program used to nab cheating mates leads to arrests for computer hacking.
- August 17, 2005
IT pros have to wear many hats when it comes to major projects, but consultants can make it easier. Find out what services are out there and how to hire the best one for a project.
- July 14, 2005
Whether you're trying to stay compliant with HIPPA or SOX or just rigorous about protecting your company's data, this Tech Roundup provides an overview of the basics of DR.
- July 07, 2005
Strong demand -- and short supply -- means experienced Sarbanes-Oxley accountants don't come cheap.
- July 05, 2005
A digital forensics expert warns that online job postings detailing IT skills also broadcast potential security problems.
- June 22, 2005
Often seen as an unwanted necessity for compliance regulation, many data centers in the U.S. are now viewing intelligent patching as a viable solution for network management.
- June 21, 2005
The credit card processing company's CEO told a newspaper the 40 million accounts now at risk should have been expunged. So why weren't they?
- June 21, 2005
Old computers can still pose a security risk even from the garbage heap. Here are some tips on how to keep your data safe.
- June 17, 2005
Support from larger companies leads one SMB to put its faith in Linux.
- June 15, 2005
In light of CitiFinancial's security breach, users discuss how they protect their data -- and remain divided on the best methods.
- May 31, 2005
The SEC slaps the hand of public accounting firms -- and tells C-level execs to get a better grip on SOX 404 requirements.
- May 03, 2005
Boston-based storage company Iron Mountain is at the center of an investigation into the loss of private data related to 600,000 former and current Time Warner employees.
- April 26, 2005
A new AMR Research study breaks down the damage: Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA -- and all the rest.