Security Does Your Library Need?
Few doctors would prescribe lots of pills
and unnecessary surgery as an ongoing health
regimen. In the same way, it's possible to "overdo" security
measures for your library computers. This author
explains how to keep your systems healthy and
functioning by taking sensible security measures.
by Kyle Banerjee
the 'Spy' Network: Is Spyware Watching Your Library
You have a firewall, passwords, and antivirus
softwarebut are these enough to keep
prying eyes out of your computers? Often silent
and invisible, "spyware" can sneak around these
security measures and compromise your passwords,
patron information, and everything else on
your computers. Find out what you can do to
by Daniel Fidel Ferrer and Mary Mead
|An Easy Way to Perform
Are you tired of updating software and downloading
patches, all day long, one PC at a time? No more!
This trio found a
way to have all machines updated automatically, all the time for Microsoft
Critical Updates. They share their time-saving, aggravation-saving software
solution with CIL readers.
by Charles Elton, Michael Tucker, and Donna McDonald
|A Quick Guide to Basic
Network Security Terms
If you could use a little more information
security terminology, this handy guide will give you all the basics at-a-glance.
Photocopy it and post it in your office!
by Dina and Vijay Kanabar
|The View from the Top
You Are Under Attack 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days
by Michael Schuyler
Security in the LibraryTechnology Brings
a New Twist to an Old Problem
by Janet L. Balas
|Building Digital Libraries
Managing a 'Forest' of Servers and Documents
A Different Spin on Security
D. Scott Brandt
The Systems Librarian
by Kathy Dempsey
CIL Magazine Brought to Life at Annual
CIL Conference in D.C.
by Kathy Dempsey and Elisabeth Winter
Password Security Is a Must for Any Organization
by Marshall A. Berger
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