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Application Security, Inc.
Application Security, Inc. (AppSecInc) is the leading provider of application security solutions for the enterprise. AppSecInc''s products – the industry''s

database security requirements  Security, Inc. Application Security, Inc. (AppSecInc) is the leading provider of application security solutions for the enterprise. AppSecInc''s products – the industry''s only complete vulnerability management solution for the application tier – proactively secure enterprise applications at more than 350 organizations around the world. Historically, organizations have secured their networks and host operating systems by applying the vulnerability management methodology. This four-step process Read More...
7 Essential Steps to Security Risk Reduction
As management visionary and author Peter Drucker once said, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” No statement rings truer@especially when it comes to

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PeopleSoft on Client/Server and Database Issues
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed PeopleSoft''s Michael Daniels. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture

database security requirements  be possible for the database security to be compromised. TEC Analysis: DES, an acronym for the Data Encryption Standard, is the name of the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 46-1, which describes the data encryption algorithm (DEA). The DEA is also defined in the ANSI standard X9.32. Originally developed by IBM and known as Lucifer, the NSA and the National Bureau of Standards (NBS, now the National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST) played a substantial role in the final stages of Read More...
Voting Technology: An Evaluation of Requirements and Solutions
The issues created by the use of punch card ballots, an obsolete technology, during the recent US Presidential election are similar to the ones that businesses

database security requirements  the contents of its database to a central server via modem. A second three tier approach connects all the devices at a polling place to a server computer at the polling place, using local area networks (LANs) made up of cable connections or radio frequency (RF) transmitters. Interactive voting and printing applications could run on each client device, on the server computer, or be distributed between the client and server. The server tallies the votes and accumulates them in a local database. Read More...
Data Security, Governance, and Privacy
To meet regulatory requirements such as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), IT managers are now receiving the board-level visibility and budgets required to

database security requirements  track the activities of database administrators (DBAs) and other privileged insiders. But have you considered the seven essential elements of database security? Read More...
Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance
Five key vendors, Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft have allied together to develop a new hardware and software specification for personal computer security

database security requirements  HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance Event Summary On Monday, October 11, Compaq, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel and Microsoft announced the launch of a new alliance, the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance . The Alliance has chartered itself with the mission of developing a new hardware and software specification to enable technology companies to use a more trusted and secure personal computer platform based on common standards. Alliance Chairman, David Chan of Hewlett-Packard Read More...
Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For

database security requirements  Study: Security Benefit Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the company access to real-time data. Read More...
Malware Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line
Find out how in Malware Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line.

database security requirements  Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line Malware is malicious software designed to attack and damage your business. Defining malware is simple, protecting against it is not. Malware can piggyback undetected in e-mails, instant messages, Web sites, and peer-to-peer connections—no organization is safe. But you can defend against malware attacks. Find out how in Malware Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line . You''ll learn how cyber Read More...
Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0
April is the cruelest month for operating system security holes. Red Hat posted a fix within six hours, but Microsoft leaves us… still waiting!

database security requirements  Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0 Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0 C. McNulty - May 9, 2000 Event Summary On 25 April 2000, MSNBC reported that Internet Security Solutions had identified a security back door in Red Hat Linux 6.2. The backdoor involves an extra , but undocumented, administrative password that allows users to run rogue programs on a Red Hat server via a Web-based administrator''s interface. To its credit, Red Hat responded and posted a fix within six hours Read More...
7 Essential Tips to Ensure Success with Requirements Management
Whatever you’re building, your company’s success relies on your development team’s success. The path to building great software is through requirements

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IT Security- What You Don''t Know Can Cost You Big
In the white paper 7 essential steps to security risk reduction, you''ll learn about a program that quantifies your security system''s ability to han...

database security requirements  Security- What You Don''t Know Can Cost You Big You have a network and data security system in place. But can you measure its level of effectiveness? Or its preparedness to respond to new threats? If you can''t, you''re flying blind, and it could cost you. Without the ability to monitor and measure the state of your security system, you''re giving up the ability to truly manage it—and that could mean the difference between failure and success. In the white paper 7 Essential Steps to Security Risk Reduction Read More...
Security and Trust: Doing More Business Over the internet
Learn how a secure web site can help you make sales in Security and Trust: Doing Business Over the Internet.

database security requirements  and Trust: Doing More Business Over the internet If consumers don—t trust your web site, you—ll pay for it with lost sales and abandoned shopping carts. Learn how a secure web site can help you make sales in Security and Trust: Doing Business Over the Internet . You—ll learn about the different types of technologies that provide security for sensitive data—identifying your site as trustworthy in the eyes of customers—and how making your web site safe and secure can significantly increase Read More...
The Whys and Hows of a Security Vulnerability Assessment
TEC outlines the reasons for having a Security Vulnerability Assessment done, how a security vulnerability assessment is performed, what can be gained by

database security requirements  Whys and Hows of a Security Vulnerability Assessment The Whys and Hows of a Security Vulnerability Assessment L. Taylor - August 9, 2000 Introduction As businesses continue putting their web-enabled e-commerce sites containing the jewels of their infrastructure online, the importance of security and privacy becomes increasingly critical. A crucial way of addressing this need to protect the company website is to conduct a Security Vulnerability Assessment. A Security Vulnerability Assessment is a risk Read More...
SAP HANA: From Database to Platform
At the end of 2009, SAP launched SAP HANA, an in-memory, column-row based database management system with capabilities within both OLTP and OLAP environments

database security requirements  HANA: From Database to Platform At the end of 2009, SAP launched SAP HANA, an in-memory, column-row based database management system with capabilities within both OLTP and OLAP environments. In June of 2012, SAP announced that HANA had become the fastest growing technology in the company’s history. In this report, TEC Senior BI and Data Management Analyst Jorge García gives an overview of the history, functionality, and benefits and challenges of SAP HANA, and explores SAP’s strategy for the Read More...
POLL: What Are Your FSM Requirements?
TEC is developing a new market survey report on field service management (FSM), and we would like to hear your thoughts on FSM solutions. Your responses to the

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