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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Security


You know your organization needs to be proactive about security, but you don't know what that means. You’re a busy executive and you need your security agenda summed up in a nutshell, but you know nothing about information security. What "to do" list should you give your CIO?

implement security policy  and allocating funds for implementation should not be overlooked. Deploy security enforcement (firewalls, anti-virus, intrusion detection). Purchasing security products is not enough. You need to deploy, manage, and support them. Educate your staff on security policies and processes. Without educating your staff on the importance of security, your CIO won''t receive the buy-in needed from the other executive managers to make security deployment successful. About the Author Laura Taylor, former Director of Read More

Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security


In an effort to improve the state of consumer privacy, Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), and the Office of Thrift Supervision, on January last year announced that they have put together joint guidelines to safeguard confidential customer information. The guidelines, that took effect last July, implement section 501(b) of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) initiated by the Senate Banking Committee, and passed into law on November 4, 1999. This announcement had significant implications for online banking institutions.

implement security policy  took effect last July, implement section 501(b) of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) initiated by the Senate Banking Committee, and passed into law on November 4, 1999. This announcement had significant implications for online banking institutions Federal bank regulators will soon be able to prescribe specific safeguards which ensure the protection of customer records, should they determine that unauthorized access to customer information could result in substantial harm or inconvenience to the customer. Read More

4 Key Steps to Automate IT Security Compliance


An unprecedented wave of security breaches has led to the establishment of technical standards, IT governance frameworks and laws designed to improve and enforce IT security. Companies are under increasing pressure to control their IT infrastructures more effectively. Learn how ongoing automated vulnerability assessments, together with well-defined network security policies, can simplify the compliance process.

implement security policy  led many CIOs to implement one-off projects and miss opportunities to secure long-term benefits for their businesses. This will, in some cases, mean more budget will be spent to advance these projects in 2008 and 2009. Gartner, Inc. Gartner Survey Shows Spending for Compliance and Corporate Governance to Account for 10 to 15 Percent of an Enterprise s 2006 IT Budget VIIII. Why Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is best suited for Compliance We have identified the problems associated with using compliance poi Read More

Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis


When it comes to security architecture, choosing a system that’s scalable and applicable to a broad set of security needs is a wise move. New security services for Internet protocol (IP) networks are emerging that enable new levels of scalability and manageability—while remaining completely transparent to the network. By applying this type of system, you build an optimal framework for future security applications.

implement security policy  required in order to implement the security overlay   CipherEngine is a Security Architecture One primary difference between CipherEngine and DMVPN/GDOI is that CipherEngine is a scalable security architecture that can be applied to a broad set of security needs: CipherEngine provides centralized policy definition to enable network-wide policies and policy definition CipherEngine delivers inherent scalability to secure even the largest meshed networks CipherEngine secures, yet does not break, any IP netw Read More

Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy


Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial information. For the approximately 9,500 financial institutions affected, compliance can be complex and process-intensive. Learn about network security auditing and vulnerability management solutions that can make GLBA compliance faster and more cost-effective.

implement security policy  responses, and recommended changes. Implement the Standards '' Deadline was July 1, 2001, with service provider contracts grandfathered until July 1, 2003. Who Must Comply? The law applies to financial institutions '' companies that offer financial products and services to individuals, including banks, insurance companies, mortgage companies, securities brokers, loan brokers, some financial or investment advisors, tax preparers, providers of real estate settlement services, and debt collectors. INSTANT Read More

Security Snafu at NetBank


Online internet bank NetBank suffered an embarrassing security exposure late last week when a customer discovered he had access to more funds and information than his own.

implement security policy  Snafu at NetBank Event Summary NetBank (Nasdaq: NTBK ), an Atlanta based internet bank, suffered a major credibility blow last week when a customer named Mahesh Rao reported that he had been inadvertently given access to another customer''s account, transaction history, social security number, and funds. Rao had to call NetBank five times before the problem was resolved. According to Tom Cable, Chief Technology Officer of NetBank, the problem occurred due to human error. NetBank is an FDIC insured 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.

implement security policy  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

Beyond Spam – Email Security in the Age of Blended Threats


Not all email security solutions are built to defend against emerging email threats. Regardless of whether someone is using a desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet or smartphone, an organization’s umbrella of security needs to protect any device connected to their networks and deliver real-time protection from the variety of threats to email infrastructures. Read this white paper to learn about the types of threats to email security in existence today, including botnets, phishing, malware, and smartphone attacks, and what to do about them.

implement security policy  Spam – Email Security in the Age of Blended Threats Not all email security solutions are built to defend against emerging email threats. Regardless of whether someone is using a desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet or smartphone, an organization’s umbrella of security needs to protect any device connected to their networks and deliver real-time protection from the variety of threats to email infrastructures. Read this white paper to learn about the types of threats to email security in existence Read More

Implement Consulting Group


Implement Consulting Group, founded in 1996 and based in Denmark, supports organizations in carrying out strategic changes. Companies increasingly need to be able to change—faster and more frequently. At the same time, the changes are becoming more complex. The single most important parameter for the future success of any enterprise is "agility"—i.e., being ready to change if the need occurs

implement security policy  Consulting Group Implement Consulting Group, founded in 1996 and based in Denmark, supports organizations in carrying out strategic changes. Companies increasingly need to be able to change—faster and more frequently. At the same time, the changes are becoming more complex. The single most important parameter for the future success of any enterprise is agility —i.e., being ready to change if the need occurs Read More

Choosing the Right Security Solution: Moving Beyond SSL to Establish Trust


Choosing the right security solution is critical to the success of an online business. Look for trust-based security solutions from established vendors, like VeriSign, that deliver protection and consumer peace-of-mind through the use of cutting edge technology to meet emerging threats.

implement security policy  the Right Security Solution: Moving Beyond SSL to Establish Trust Choosing the right security solution is critical to the success of an online business. Look for trust-based security solutions from established vendors, like VeriSign, that deliver protection and consumer peace-of-mind through the use of cutting edge technology to meet emerging threats. 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 enlisting the Security Vulnerability Assessment process, and what you should expect to see in a Security Vulnerability Assessment report. After all, the most important reason for having a Security Vulnerability Assessment performed is to enable corrective action. How can you know what to secure if you don't know what is insecure?

implement security policy  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

Wireless (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise


Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured WiFi provides an easy target for hit-and-run style attacks allowing hackers to cause severe damage while remaining invisible and undetected. Ignoring the specific requirements for securing their enterprise network and users against WiFi vulnerabilities, businesses risk loss of confidential data, legal fines and penalties, and brand erosion. By following WiFi security best practices and using the right tools, enterprises can reap the benefits of WiFi while protecting their IT infrastructure from WiFi threats.

implement security policy  (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured WiFi provides an easy target for hit-and-run style attacks allowing hackers to cause severe damage while remaining invisible and undetected. Ignoring the specific requirements for securing their enterprise network and users against WiFi vulnerabilities, businesses risk loss of confidential data, legal Read More

Security Considerations When Deploying Remote Access Solutions


Effective network security is most successful when you use a layered approach, with multiple defense factors in the overall solution. Successful remote access solutions provide effective authentication and access control—and you must take care to ensure your data can be transported securely over the network. Learn about the components of a layered strategy, and how to provide embedded systems with remote access ability.

implement security policy  Considerations When Deploying Remote Access Solutions Effective network security is most successful when you use a layered approach, with multiple defense factors in the overall solution. Successful remote access solutions provide effective authentication and access control—and you must take care to ensure your data can be transported securely over the network. Learn about the components of a layered strategy, and how to provide embedded systems with remote access ability. Read More