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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.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: chances are they understand network security better than ISP s without such services which means they are more likely to better safeguard a bank s website. Any reputable ISP will be happy to answer questions over the phone. Ask them what kind of firewall they use and what type of intrusions detection system they use. You then can at least find out if they are using reputable products (even though you still won t know if the products have been installed and configured correctly.) Ask to see the bank and
11/15/1999

NextPage Security
Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements. They contain crucial intellectual capital. And they make key contributions to your brand. As a result, your organization invests significant resources to create processes for protecting critical documents and managing associated business risks. That’s why your document security services need to work within your environment to enhance existing security processes and technologies.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: NextPage Security NextPage Security Source: NextPage Document Type: White Paper Description: Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements. They contain crucial intellectual capital. And they make key contributions to your brand. As a result, your organization invests significant resources to create processes for protecting critical documents and managing associated business risks. That’s why your document security services need to work within your environment to enhance existing
3/2/2007 4:45:00 PM

Top 5 Mobile Security Threats
While mobile malware still accounts for a mere fraction of the millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of malicious code. What’s worse is that 50 percent of employees currently use their mobile devices at work. Early recognition of mobile security threats is a company’s best line of defense. Here are today’s top 5 mobile security threats and how to stop them in their tracks.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: Top 5 Mobile Security Threats Top 5 Mobile Security Threats Source: Ziff Davis Document Type: White Paper Description: While mobile malware still accounts for a mere fraction of the millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of malicious code. What’s worse is that 50 percent of employees currently use their mobile devices at work. Early recognition of mobile security threats is a company’s best line of defense. Here are today’s top 5 mobile security
8/17/2012 3:50:00 PM

Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them and that investment should be protected. Additionally, companies have both competitive and legal obligations to assure that such data is kept private and secure. Many companies and most people are unaware of the obligation and potential threats.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: computer-based firewalls to assure network security within the corporate intranet, when connected to other corporate internets, and when connected to public networks. E-mail encryption at the desktop and e-mail gateways. Virus inoculation at the desktop, servers, and e-mail gateways. Remote diagnostics for personal computers. Public data networks with and without Virtual Private Network capabilities. Business Management Response Share the responsibility for assuring business continuity and data security t
4/18/2000

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?

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: current outside, and independent, network Security Vulnerability Assessment by the company who is pursuing the organization undergoing consideration for acquisition. If a current Security Vulnerability Assessment report is not available, the acquiring company can request that one be generated as part of the acquisition process. You wouldn t buy a house without having it go through an inspection process. Similarly, when evaluating a company for an acquisition in which Internet commerce is part of the game
8/9/2000

IBM Announces IBM Security Intelligence with Big Data » The TEC Blog
techniques deep visibility into network activity Mark Clancy, chief information security officer and managing director of technology risk management at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, had this to say: As the sophistication and technological means of cyber-criminals increase, the financial industry and government need to move to a risk-based framework that incorporates the dynamic nature of the threat landscape. We need to move from a world where we “farm” security data and alerts with

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: big data, cyber security, ibm, industry watch, security intelligence, Security Intelligence with Big Data, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-02-2013

The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation
The network, once only a component of the business, is now the fundamental backbone by which business is conducted. Most organizations cannot maintain productivity if their network is unstable. But cost-effective network management is an elusive goal. This paper defines network automation, outlines how to select a network automation solution, and identifies the benefits of good network automation

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: The network, once only a component of the business, is now the fundamental backbone by which business is conducted. Most organizations cannot maintain productivity if their network is unstable. But cost-effective network management is an elusive goal. This paper defines network automation, outlines how to select a network automation solution, and identifies
5/4/2011 2:51:00 PM

Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner
Performing patch management is one of the most tedious chores that must be completed by network administrators. While there are many patch management tools available, they can be expensive, have sharp learning curves, or are not deployable across all software platforms. One third party solution, however, GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner, version 5, is an affordable option that can scan the network and deploy patches efficiently while looking for other potential security vulnerabilities.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner Brien Posey - September 10, 2004 Read Comments Taking Patch Management to a New Level Without a doubt, one of the most tedious chores that network administrators must routinely perform is patch management. Hardly a week goes by that Microsoft doesn t release some sort of patch. It is the network administrator s responsibility to download the latest patches and apply them to all of the
9/10/2004

Focus Experts Guide to IT Security: Unified Threat Management
Find out in Focus Experts Guide to IT Security: Unified Threat Management.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: a broad range of network threats. But how do you find the best UTM solution for your needs? What are the choices and options available to you? Who are the UTM vendors you should know about? And how much should you be spending? Find out in Focus Experts Guide to IT Security: Unified Threat Management . You ll get the inside story on UTM solutions in clear, readable language—everything you need to know to get the right UTM solution, from the right vendor, at the right price. Download your free PDF copy of
3/5/2012 5:00:00 PM

Oracle Global IT (GIT) Streamlined Security
With a vast global network that supports over 60,000 employees, vulnerability and risk management programs are crucial for Oracle GIT. To further enhance its IT system risk management capabilities, Oracle deployed QualysGuard’s on-demand software vulnerability and compliance management solution. Since its deployment, Oracle has optimized its scanning capabilities and automated its demand security auditing processes.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: (CMMS),   Managed Data Network Services,   Outsourcing,   Security Services,   Marketing Automation,   Risk Management,   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   File Management,   Development,   Regulatory and Compliance,   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Operating System,   Security,   Access Control,   IT Monitoring and Management,   Network Management,   Communications,   Infrastructure,   and Transportation Planning,   Risk Management Related Industries:  
10/31/2007 11:07:00 AM

IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management
While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security functions, small to medium businesses (SMBs) cannot afford to deploy them all, even though they are subject to the same level of attacks. Unified threat management (UTM) is the gateway security solution that has evolved along with the rise of enterprise security threats.

NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOL: IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management Source: Toolbox.com Document Type: White Paper Description: While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security functions, small to medium businesses (SMBs) cannot afford to deploy them all, even though they are subject to the same level of attacks. Unified threat management (UTM) is the gateway security solution
4/11/2012 3:02:00 PM


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