When the real husband, Antipholus of Ephesus, returns to his home, he finds himself locked out. The war between the sexes, exponentially multiplied by mistaken identities, leads up to a finale in which the Abbess, who turns out to be ...
Author: Frederic Will
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
This book will serve to help the reader of Shakespeare’s plays by providing an introduction to the various literary critical issues that this great writer regularly generates. The ‘help rendered’ is largely referential, reminding the reader who said what and thought what at which point within the plays. Some of the critical issues discussed include: What is the secret of the rounded Shakespearean character (for instance, Falstaff)? What is a problem play, and what kind of philosophical arguments does Shakespeare introduce in such plays? What is the value of Shakespeare’s perspective for thinking effectively in our world now?
essential if the management of the fixed system necessitates a reorganization , perhaps to reduce the sizes of the location areas when portable paging traffic increases . 7.6.2 Identity Procedures We have already seen that a TPUI may be ...
Author: John Phillips
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Category: Technology & Engineering
Here's a unique, comprehensive guide to the standards for two personal wireless communication systems: digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT) and personal wireless telecommunication (PWT). It covers important background material and technical principles, basic protocols and implementations, plus advanced features and the wide range of applications.
Federated Identity Management (FIM) Federated identity is a portable identity, and its associated rights can be used across business boundaries. It allows a user to be authenticated across multiple IT systems and enterprises.
This workbook covers all the information you need to pass the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam. The course is designed to take a practical approach to learn with real-life examples and case studies. - Covers complete (ISC)² CISSP blueprint - Summarized content - Case Study based approach - 100% passing guarantee - Mind maps - 200+ Exam Practice Questions The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is a worldwide recognized certification in the information security industry. CISSP formalize an information security professional's deep technological and managerial knowledge and experience to efficaciously design, engineer and pull off the overall security positions of an organization. The broad array of topics included in the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) guarantee its connection across all subject area in the field of information security. Successful campaigners are competent in the undermentioned 8 domains: Security and Risk Management Asset Security Security Architecture and Engineering Communication and Network Security Identity and Access Management (IAM) Security Assessment and Testing Security Operations Software Development Security (ISC)2 Certifications Information security careers can feel isolating! When you certify, you become a member of (ISC)² — a prima community of cybersecurity professionals. You can cooperate with thought leaders, network with global peers; grow your skills and so much more. The community is always here to support you throughout your career.
Security Identity Manager receives the password synchronization request for its use and checks to see what other accounts ... It uses the concept of a portable identity to simplify the administration of users and to manage security and ...
Author: Axel Buecker
Publisher: IBM Redbooks
This IBM® Redbooks® publication documents the strength and value of the IBM security strategy with IBM System z® hardware and software. In an age of increasing security consciousness, IBM System z provides the capabilities to address the needs of today's business security challenges. This publication explores how System z hardware is designed to provide integrity, process isolation, and cryptographic capability to help address security requirements. This book highlights the features of IBM z/OS® and other operating systems, which offer various customizable security elements under the Security Server and Communication Server components. This book describes z/OS and other operating systems and additional software that leverage the building blocks of System z hardware to provide solutions to business security needs. This publication's intended audience is technical architects, planners, and managers who are interested in exploring how the security design and features of System z, the z/OS operating system, and associated software address current issues, such as data encryption, authentication, authorization, network security, auditing, ease of security administration, and monitoring.
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark OfficePublish On: 2000
... Ottawa , Canada , assignor to Nortel Networks ( a ) in a first power mode where the portable radio operates at a ... UP CALL 118 MONITOR FOR CALL - BACK STORE IDENTITY CODE WITH SUBSTITUTE MIN 117 120 INTERNAL ROUTING TABLE IDENTITY ...
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
It leverages the concept of a portable identity to simplify the administration of users and to manage security and trust in a federated business relationship. The simplification of the administration and the lifecycle management in a ...
Author: Axel Buecker
Publisher: IBM Redbooks
This IBM Redbooks publication reviews the overall Tivoli Enterprise Security Architecture. It focuses on the integration of audit and compliance, access control, identity management, and federation throughout extensive e-business enterprise implementations. The available security product diversity in the marketplace challenges everyone in charge of designing single secure solutions or an overall enterprise security architecture. With Access Manager, Identity Manager, Federated Identity Manager, Security Compliance Manager, Security Operations Manager, Directory Server, and Directory Integrator, Tivoli offers a complete set of products designed to address these challenges. This book describes the major logical and physical components of each of the Tivoli products. It also depicts several e-business scenarios with different security challenges and requirements. By matching the desired Tivoli security product criteria, this publication describes the appropriate security implementations that meet the targeted requirements. This book is a valuable resource for security officers, administrators, and architects who want to understand and implement enterprise security following architectural guidelines.
Viewed in this light, Eliot's letter to Kaufmann is a poignant reminder of how thoroughly she intends the novel to establish the existence of a kind of portable identity that is representable, within the novel, only by the sort of ...
Author: John Plotz
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Social Science
What fueled the Victorian passion for hair-jewelry and memorial rings? When would an everyday object metamorphose from commodity to precious relic? In Portable Property, John Plotz examines the new role played by portable objects in persuading Victorian Britons that they could travel abroad with religious sentiments, family ties, and national identity intact. In an empire defined as much by the circulation of capital as by force of arms, the challenge of preserving Englishness while living overseas became a central Victorian preoccupation, creating a pressing need for objects that could readily travel abroad as personifications of Britishness. At the same time a radically new relationship between cash value and sentimental associations arose in certain resonant mementoes--in teacups, rings, sprigs of heather, and handkerchiefs, but most of all in books. Portable Property examines how culture-bearing objects came to stand for distant people and places, creating or preserving a sense of self and community despite geographic dislocation. Victorian novels--because they themselves came to be understood as the quintessential portable property--tell the story of this change most clearly. Plotz analyzes a wide range of works, paying particular attention to George Eliot's Daniel Deronda, Anthony Trollope's Eustace Diamonds, and R. D. Blackmore's Lorna Doone. He also discusses Thomas Hardy and William Morris's vehement attack on the very notion of cultural portability. The result is a richer understanding of the role of objects in British culture at home and abroad during the Age of Empire.
... of becoming born again for people's personal and social identities, the relation with their partners, children, ... a mobile self with a “portable identity” and concomitant “portable practice” and “transportable message,” all being ...
Author: Michael Bergunder
Publisher: Univ of California Press
AndrT Droogers is Professor Emeritus of Cultural Anthropology at VU University, Amsterdam --
In a sense, his home is where his heart is, and his Lakota-ness has become a 'portable' identity, dissociated from its local roots, transportable across national and cultural boundaries. Paradoxically, his exile has ensured the ...
Author: Udo Hebel
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
The volume gathers twenty original essays by experts of American memory studies from the United States and Europe. It extends discussions of U.S. American cultures of memory, commemorative identity construction, and the politics of remembrance into the topical field of transnational and comparative American studies. In the contexts of the theoretical turns since the 1990s, including prominently the pictorial and the spatial turns, and in the wake of multicultural and international conceptions of American history, the contributions to the collection explore the cultural productivity and political implications of both officially endorsed memories and practices of oppositional remembrance. Reading sites of memory situated in or related to the United States as crossroads of transnational and intercultural remembering and commemoration manifests their possibly controversial function as platforms and agents in the processes of cultural exchange and political negotiation across the spatial, temporal, and ideological trajectories that inform American Studies as Atlantic Studies, Hemispheric Studies, Pacific Studies. The interdisciplinary range of issues and materials engaged includes literary texts, personal accounts, and cultural performances from colonial times through the immediate present, the significance of war monuments and ethnic memorials in Europe, Asia, and the U.S., films about 9/11, public sculptures and the fine arts, American world’s fairs as transnational sites of memory.