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The Age of Audit: Identity and Access Management in Provision and Compliance
Organizations are overwhelmed with how to begin implementing identity and access management (IAM) solutions. They are scratching their heads and asking

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How Midsize Businesses Can Reduce Costs, Secure Data, and Ensure Compliance with an Identity Management Program
A strong identity management platform plays dual roles: gatekeeper and guardian of business intelligence (BI) and data. Midsize businesses can’t operate

iam security  identity and access management (IAM) market, estimated at $3.4 billion in 2006, will reach more than $5 billion in revenue by 2010. Compliance is the primary driver and accounts for 70 percent of the growth in this space. Midsize businesses have the same challenges as larger companies when it comes to compliance—any company doing business with a publicly traded company generally needs to comply with the same regulations. However, the problem is that compliance is expensive and does not just involve Read More...
E&Y Spins-Off eSecurity Online and Unveils Security Vulnerability Assessment Services
In an effort to assist corporations in preventing security related losses, Ernst & Young announced that it is spinning off a new online security venture. The

iam security  Y Spins-Off eSecurity Online and Unveils Security Vulnerability Assessment Services E&Y Spins-Off eSecurity Online and Unveils Security Vulnerability Assessment Services L. Taylor - July 12, 2000 Event Summary In an effort to assist corporations in preventing security related losses, Ernst & Young announced that it is spinning off a new online security venture. The new venture''s premiere product line is their Security Vulnerability Assessment service. Market Impact By having an outside objective security Read More...
Network Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village
With a new organizational strategy, Network Associates hopes to retain and recruit savvy security engineers and leverage the hot IT security market for outside

iam security  Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village Event Summary Security monolith, Network Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: NETA) has reorganized itself to become a holding company of four independent security subsidiaries: PGP Security, Sniffer Technologies, Magic Solutions, and McAfee Corporation which spun off with its own IPO last December. Each of the four divisions stand to hire their own CEO or president to lead the strategic developments of their respective organizations. On top of the new Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics GP: Planning for Security
Keeping up-to-date on security features is challenging for any size business. Making your computer system secure without sacrificing usability isn’t easy. In

iam security  Dynamics GP: Planning for Security Keeping up-to-date on security features is challenging for any size business. Making your computer system secure without sacrificing usability isn’t easy. In fact, careful planning is absolutely necessary to ensure a secure system that works for you. Whether you’re worried about hackers, phishing, or internal breaches, there is a security solution to help you protect your critical data. Read More...
Best Practices for Deploying LAN Security and NAC
Good security used to mean perimeter firewalls and desktop anti-virus software. However, threats don’t come just from outside the company any more. That means

iam security  Practices for Deploying LAN Security and NAC Good security used to mean perimeter firewalls and desktop anti-virus software. However, threats don’t come just from outside the company any more. That means security must go beyond the desktop and into the network infrastructure itself. You can stop security breaches at the source—with multimethod and microsecond threat detection—before any damage is done to your network and your business. Read More...
Standard & Poor''s Exposes Customers'' Security
Due to security vulnerabilities in Standard & Poor''s Comstock product, their customer sites throughout the world have been exposed to extensive security holes.

iam security  & Poor''s Exposes Customers'' Security Standard & Poor''s Exposes Customers'' Security L. Taylor - June 21, 2000 Event Summary Standard & Poor''s (S&P), a division of McGraw-Hill, knowingly exposed their customers to information security vulnerabilities through their SPComstock analyst service. The security vulnerabilities, originally discovered in January, allowed customers to break into any other customer networks via their MultiCSP turnkey Linux box. The stock quote service, which is provided to Read More...
Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration
This part describes the key elements and benefits of an integrated security solution in comparison to current security solutions.

iam security  Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration Featured Author - Eric Winsborrow - December 10, 2002 The Shift Toward Integration According to Computer Economics, the worldwide financial impact of malicious code was $13.2 Billion in 2001 alone. With nearly 400 computer security vendors offering solutions spanning the spectrum from antivirus to firewalls, content filtering to intrusion 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

iam security  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...
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Security Strategies for the Midsized Business
Midsize businesses face the same security threats as larger companies, and likewise they must comply with the same regulations. But, their security budgets are

iam security  Strategies for the Midsized Business Midsize businesses face the same security threats as larger companies, and likewise they must comply with the same regulations. But, their security budgets are smaller. The good news is that IT security systems don’t have to be expensive. Learn about the top three security problems, how to develop security policies using integrated security solutions, and how to do vulnerability assessment with low-cost security tools. Read More...
Vendor Analysis: Interliant''s Security Vulnerability Assessment
A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant''s security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to

iam security  Analysis: Interliant''s Security Vulnerability Assessment Vendor Analysis: Interliant''s Security Vulnerability Assessment Featured Author -  Laura Taylor - January 14, 2002 Introduction A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant''s security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to understand what risks their online transaction systems and network infrastructure face. Relevant Technologies has taken an in-depth look at Interliant''s security Read More...
Aberdeen Research Brief: Email Security in the Cloud-More Secure! Compliant! Less Expensive!
This paper compares on-premise versus SaaS, hosted solutions for email security. You can see that there is research that proves hosted services is a better

iam security  Research Brief: Email Security in the Cloud-More Secure! Compliant! Less Expensive! This paper compares on-premise versus SaaS, hosted solutions for email security. You can see that there is research that proves hosted services is a better choice for compliance, security, and costs, especially when it comes to email. If you’re an IT managers who is undecided about the SaaS model, this is a must-read. Read More...
The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT
Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was

iam security  Whitelisting of America: Security for IT Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was adequately secure for their needs.  In analyzing the risks, they found that while UNIX was the most secure, they needed additional protection. They looked at the industry of anti-virus protection, at problems with Trojan software, at the problem of keeping up with virus authors, and at the requirement for Read More...
Outsourcing Security Part 1: Noting the Benefits
Without effective security, companies risk losing money and customer trust. With good security, companies have the power to maintain stakeholder value, customer

iam security  Security Part 1: Noting the Benefits Introduction Remember the carefree days of summer? The memories aren''t so positive for many corporations hit by cyber attacks during the summer of 2001. Three especially menacing threats-CodeRed, CodeRed II, and Nimda-cost U.S. corporations more than 12.3 billion dollars. After the fall-out, one company reported it had over 60 software engineers working for a week to recover from Nimda, and it still had work to do. For many organizations, these recent Read More...

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