Security has its privileges

Wednesday, 5 May 2004, 4:03 PM EST

Maybe an innocent bystander can be excused for not seeing and stopping a crime about to happen, but IT security administrators can't. They need to keep their eyes open, according to Gijo Mathew, a security strategist for Computer Associates International Inc. In Part Two of this interview, Mathew digs into mistakes made in access control management, handling super user privileges and seeing suspicious activity. In Part One, he covered the security worst practices he has encountered.

By Jan Stafford at SearchEnterpriseLinux.

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