Special coverage: one year later

Tuesday, 10 September 2002, 11:51 AM EST

There are several stories within this special report:

Corporate America Now on Front Lines of War on Terror
An introduction to the problem of homeland security and critical infrastructure protection. What do we mean by these terms, why are they important to corporations? What are the implications of infrastructure interdependencies?

White House Cybersecurity Chief Defines the Threat
Q&A with Richard Clarke, chairman, Critical Infrastructure Protection Board.

U.S. Intelligence Community Faces Info-Sharing Overhaul
Senior intelligence officials talk tech, information-sharing and IT architecture enhancements that are underway since 9/11.

'Searching Intelink Is Like Shooting Craps'
Intelink, the intelligence communityís first classified intranet, is the foundation of the work underway to boost information sharing within that community.

Technology Aids Hunt For Terrorists
A look at how the intelligence community is making use of new voice, video and language search technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of automated watch lists.

and much more...

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