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    The collections document the Information Age in the United States and its ongoing impact on society, from 1921 through 2010, with the bulk of the material from 1945 through 1998. The collections contain correspondence, memoranda, business plans, laboratory notebooks, marketing material, computer manuals, conference proceedings, near print newsletters, rare market studies, and still and moving images. There are records and personal papers from corporations, CEOs, computer science luminaries, female entrepreneurs and inventors, and enthusiastic collectors. Scholars, historians, peer institutions, and the public now have unprecedented access to these unique records of the Information Age.

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    An Early Door to Cyberspace: The Community Memory Terminal

    The first Community Memory terminal was installed at Leopold’s Records in Berkeley, CA. The terminal connected by modem to a time-sharing computer in San Francisco, which hosted the electronic bulletin-board system. Users could exchange brief messages about a wide range of topics: apartment listings, music lessons, even where to find a decent bagel.

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    IDFAQ: What is The Role of a SIEM in Detecting Events of Interest?

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    Introduction

    Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems are a hybrid solution coming from two distinct security-related products: Security Information Management (SIM) systems, technologies focused upon policy and standards compliance through the consolidation of logs, the analysis of data and the reporting of findings; and Security Event Management (SEM) systems, which provide technical support in the management of threats, events and security incidents in real time.

    The detection of events of interest can be performed through either functional group, with SEM supporting effective real-time monitoring capabilities and SIM providing an efficient means to wade through massive amounts of collected data records.

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    SEM capabilities can provide a range of tools and functionalities to facilitate the management of security-related events, by assessing log data and correlating information coming from various sources. By not relying on a single source of information — such as an IDS/IPS — to flag potential breaches, the event management function can help reduce the number of false positives by first ensuring that the discovered event has been felt by other systems in the environment. As the system is tuned over time, it becomes more effective at differentiating between full-blown security incidents and other types of events patterns.

    Advanced SEM technologies support data visualization capabilities, which can help the security analyst quickly assess events and trends using graphical rendering tools. Threat analysis and event prioritization functions provide much needed assistance to security operations staff, as they can focus their efforts on investigating events that have the highest threat rankings. And with built-in incident handling tools, such as the netForensics integration of the SANS six-step incident handling process, incident managers can use tried-and-true methodologies to resolve such events in a timely and effective manner.

    Archive Record Management

    SIM functions can be characterized as supporting non-real-time data analysis. Through the centralized collection and standardization of disparate system and application information (such as system logs, audit trails, event logs and transaction records), the security analyst can consult the archive and retrieve information through standardized queries; by storing all the information in one place, information from different systems (such as load balancers, packet filters, IDS/IPS, and servers) can be viewed in a way that reconstructs a timeline of discrete events, as they occurred through the monitored network.

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    How to Select a SIEM Solution

    The Convergence of SIEM and Log Management

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    Note: This is not a test – it is a snapshot in time of an individual s perceived MI preferences.

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    Complete each section by placing a 1 next to each statement you feel accurately describes you. If you do not identify with a statement, leave the space provided blank. Then total the column in each section.

    _____ I enjoy categorizing things by common traits

    _____ Ecological issues are important to me

    _____ Classification helps me make sense of new data

    _____ I enjoy working in a garden

    _____ I believe preserving our National Parks is important

    _____ Putting things in hierarchies makes sense to me

    _____ Animals are important in my life

    _____ My home has a recycling system in place

    _____ I enjoy studying biology, botany and/or zoology

    _____ I pick up on subtle differences in meaning

    _____ TOTAL for Section 1

    _____ I easily pick up on patterns

    _____ I focus in on noise and sounds

    _____ Moving to a beat is easy for me

    _____ I enjoy making music

    _____ I respond to the cadence of poetry

    _____ I remember things by putting them in a rhyme

    _____ Concentration is difficult for me if there is background noise

    _____ Listening to sounds in nature can be very relaxing

    _____ Musicals are more engagingto me than dramatic plays

    _____ Remembering song lyrics is easy for me

    _____ TOTAL for Section 2

    _____ I am known for being neat and orderly

    _____ Step-by-step directions are a big help

    _____ Problem solving comes easily to me

    _____ I get easily frustrated with disorganized people

    _____ I can complete calculations quickly in my head

    _____ Logic puzzles are fun

    _____ I can t begin an assignment until I have all my ducks in a row

    _____ Structure is a good thing

    _____ I enjoy troubleshooting something that isn t working properly

    _____ Things have to make sense to me or I am dissatisfied

    _____ TOTAL for Section 3

    _____ It is important to see my role in the big picture of things

    _____ I enjoy discussing questions about life

    _____ Religion is important to me

    _____ I enjoy viewing art work

    _____ Relaxation and meditation exercises are rewarding to me

    _____ I like traveling to visit inspiring places

    _____ I enjoy reading philosophers

    _____ Learning new things is easier when I see their real world application

    _____ I wonder if there are other forms of intelligent life in the universe

    _____ It is important for me to feel connected to people, ideas and beliefs

    _____ TOTAL for Section 4

    _____ I learn best interacting with others

    _____ I enjoy informal chat and serious discussion

    _____ The more the merrier

    _____ I often serve as a leader among peers and colleagues

    _____ I value relationships more than ideas or accomplishments

    _____ Study groups are very productive for me

    _____ I am a team player

    _____ Friends are important to me

    _____ I belong to more than three clubs or organizations
    _____ I dislike working alone

    _____ TOTAL for Section 5

    _____ I learn by doing
    _____ I enjoy making things with my hands

    _____ Sports are a part of my life

    _____ I use gestures and non-verbal cues when I communicate

    _____ Demonstrating is better than explaining

    _____ I love to dance

    _____ I like working with tools

    _____ Inactivity can make me more tired than being very busy

    _____ Hands-on activities are fun

    _____ I live an active lifestyle

    _____ TOTAL for Section 6

    _____ Foreign languages interest me
    _____ I enjoy reading books, magazines and web sites

    _____ I keep a journal

    _____ Word puzzles like crosswords or jumbles are enjoyable

    _____ Taking notes helps me remember and understand

    _____ I faithfully contact friends through letters and/or e-mail

    _____ It is easy for me to explain my ideas to others

    _____ I write for pleasure

    _____ Puns, anagrams and spoonerisms are fun

    _____ I enjoy public speaking and participating in debates

    _____ TOTAL for Section 7

    _____ My attitude effects how I learn
    _____ I like to be involved in causes that help others
    _____ I am keenly aware of my moral beliefs

    _____ I learn best when I have an emotional attachment to the subject

    _____ Fairness is important to me

    _____ Social justice issues interest me

    _____ Working alone can be just as productive as working in a group

    _____ I need to know why I should do something before I agree to do it

    _____ When I believe in something I give more effort towards it

    _____ I am willing to protest or sign a petition to right a wrong

    _____ TOTAL for Section 8

    _____ Rearranging a room and redecorating are fun for me

    _____ I enjoy creating my own works of art

    _____ I remember better using graphic organizers

    _____ I enjoy all kinds of entertainment media

    _____ Charts, graphs and tables help me interpret data

    _____ A music video can make me more interested in a song

    _____ I can recall things as mental pictures

    _____ I am good at reading maps and blueprints
    _____ Three dimensional puzzles are fun
    _____ I can visualize ideas in my mind

    _____ TOTAL for Section 9

    Part II

    Part III

    Section 1 This reflects your Naturalist strength

    Section 2 This suggests your Musical strength

    Section 3 This indicates your Logical strength

    Section 4 This illustrates your Existential strength

    Section 5 This shows your Interpersonal strength

    Section 6 This tells your Kinesthetic strength

    Section 7 This indicates your Verbal strength

    Section 8 This reflects your Intrapersonal strength

    Section 9 This suggests your Visual strength

    • Everyone has all the intelligences!
    • You can strengthen each intelligence!
    • This inventory is meant as a snapshot in time – it can change!
    • MI is meant to empower, not label learners!

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    Disk Cleanup

    Updated: 06/21/2017 by Computer Hope

    Disk Cleanup is a Microsoft software utility first introduced with Windows 98 and included in all subsequent releases of Windows. It allows users to remove files that are no longer needed or that can be safely deleted. Removing unnecessary files, including temporary files, can help to speed up and improve the performance of the computer. Running Disk Cleanup at least once a month is an excellent maintenance task and frequency.

    As can be seen in the picture, Disk Cleanup can delete Temporary Internet Files (associated with Internet Explorer), Downloaded Program Files, and Offline webpages. Disk Cleanup also allows you to empty the Recycle Bin. delete Temporary Files, and delete Thumbnails.

    How to open Microsoft Disk Cleanup

    Microsoft Disk Cleanup can be opened by following these steps.

    Windows 10 and Windows 8

    1. On the Desktop screen, press Windows key + X to open the Power User Task Menu .
    2. In the menu, tap or click the Run option.
    3. In the Run text field, type cleanmgr and press Enter.

    Windows 7 and earlier

    1. Open the Start Menu .
    2. Click on Programs Accessories System Tools .
    3. In System Tools, click the Disk Cleanup utility.
    1. Open the Start Menu.
    2. Click the Run option.
    3. In the Run text field, type cleanmgr and press Enter.

    What to do in Disk Cleanup

    Once Disk Cleanup opens, the initial window will ask you which drive you want to clean up. Select the appropriate drive and click OK. In the next window that opens, check each of the boxes you want to clean up. To the right of each item is the disk drive space each of the items are taking up on the hard drive .

    Note: We highly recommend that users DO NOT check the option to Compress old files (if seen). Often this option causes more issues than the small amount of space it recovers is worth.

    Once each of the boxes has been checked, click OK to start the cleanup process.

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