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Network Data Protection Playbook: Network Security Best Practice for Protecting Your Organization
Malicious hacking and illegal access are just a few of the reasons companies lose precious corporate data every year. As the number of network security breaches

network vulnerabilities  protect data at the network level. The second step is to identify the types of vulnerabilities that are being exploited and outline defenses against them. Since today's network perimeter is difficult to define a defense-in-depth architecture is warranted, especially to protect the business against intrusions that firewalls and other products cannot prevent. Once the threats and vulnerabilities to your business are understood, it is time to plan for a world in which encryption is ubiquitous. Since Read More
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Integrated Security: A New Network Approach
The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of information security even more critical to enabling

network vulnerabilities  to discover and exploit network vulnerabilities becoming more commonplace. For instance, the viruses, worms and Trojan Horses that often hide within files or programming code are able to self-replicate and self-propagate, allowing them to be spread easily by unknowing computer users. And, the new blended threats like CodeRed and Nimda are taking the worst characteristics of viruses, worms and Trojan Horses, and combining them with server and Internet vulnerabilities in order to initiate, transmit and Read More
Who Else is Using Your Wireless Network?
Information technology (IT) security industry experts continue to warn us that wireless networks have significant vulnerabilities. Taking precautions is a smart

network vulnerabilities  be using your wireless network (or you might be using theirs) and not even realize it. Cryptography experts have lambasted wireless networks as being easy to exploit. While wired equivalent privacy (WEP), Wi-Fi protected access (WPA), and temporal key integrity protocol (TKIP) all add layers of security to wireless networks, it is a well-established fact that cracking WEP encryption keys is not that hard to do. Most people who use computers at home, whether the computer is their own personal system, or a 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

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Strengthening Network Security with On-demand Vulnerability Management and Policy Compliance
Despite the defensive efforts of firewalls, intrusion detection, antivirus solutions, and the like, criminals, careless employees, and contractors have exposed

network vulnerabilities  Network Security with On-demand Vulnerability Management and Policy Compliance Despite the defensive efforts of firewalls, intrusion detection, antivirus solutions, and the like, criminals, careless employees, and contractors have exposed more than 158 million digital records of consumers personally identifiable information since 2005. With this critical need for stronger network security, Qualys has developed an on-demand solution that effectively manages these vulnerabilities. Read More
Evaluating the Total Cost of Network Ownership
The upfront expenses of a network comprise only 19% of the total cost. The remaining 81% can sneak up on bank management, often unaware of some subtle TCO

network vulnerabilities  the Total Cost of Network Ownership Brian Killian and Lynn Koller are associated with Brintech, www.brintech.com Introduction A bank devotes extensive resources to its computer network-both in human wherewithal and hard cash. The upfront costs can be high, and veiled costs compound the burden. Ultimately, an invisible price tag hangs from a computer network. Total cost of ownership (TCO) is a model that helps systems managers understand and handle the budgeted and unbudgeted costs of an IT component Read More
Peregrine Welcomes Loran to Its Nest In Network Management Matrimony
In July 1999 Peregrine Systems got engaged into a strategic partnership with Loran Technologies to OEM Loran’s network management software. Now the two have

network vulnerabilities  to Its Nest In Network Management Matrimony Peregrine Welcomes Loran to Its Nest In Network Management Matrimony D. Geller - August 29, 2000 Event Summary Peregrine Systems, Inc. agreed to acquire Loran Technologies in a stock swap valued at $94 million. Loran is a Canadian company that specializes in network management. Peregrine, a company with strengths in IT asset management (see Peregrine Swoops Down On Network Monitoring Company ) and e-procurement (see First Look: Peregrine Offers Cradle to Grave Read More
EMA Radar for Application-aware Network Performance Management Q3 2010-Riverbed Vendor Profile
Riverbed offers the Cascade solution for application-aware network performance management (ANPM) in both enterprise and communications services settings. The

network vulnerabilities  Radar for Application-aware Network Performance Management Q3 2010-Riverbed Vendor Profile Riverbed offers the Cascade solution for application-aware network performance management (ANPM) in both enterprise and communications services settings. The Cascade product technology was obtained by Riverbed when they acquired Mazu Networks in early 2009. Until that time, Riverbed was focused on wide area network (WAN) optimization controllers. This report compares Cascade to 10 other ANPM solutions. Read More
The Adaptive Business Network in High-tech Industries
High tech is the most brutally competitive of any manufacturing sector—which is why complacency can mean death for your company. How to secure lasting advantage

network vulnerabilities  Adaptive Business Network in High-tech Industries High tech is the most brutally competitive of any manufacturing sector—which is why complacency can mean death for your company. How to secure lasting advantage without letting technology constrain your business processes? And how to prevail despite your partners’ legacy applications, the IT landscape of your recently acquired company, or the heterogeneous mix of your own IT landscape? Read More
Defense in Depth: Comprehensive Security with Authenticated Network Access Control
The greatest threat to the security of the modern network is complexity. Threats to network security almost always play on missed details in the design of a

network vulnerabilities  Comprehensive Security with Authenticated Network Access Control The greatest threat to the security of the modern network is complexity. Threats to network security almost always play on missed details in the design of a network or a piece of software. These overlooked details enable much larger and potentially devastating security breaches to occur. However, this threat can be countered with a well designed network and vigilant safeguards. Read More
Securing Visitor Access through Network Access Control Technology
The network infrastructure in today’s enterprises faces incredible challenges as both business processes and workforce requirements evolve. Furthermore, large

network vulnerabilities  Visitor Access through Network Access Control Technology The network infrastructure in today’s enterprises faces incredible challenges as both business processes and workforce requirements evolve. Furthermore, large public enterprises are hosting exponentially higher numbers of financial auditors due to US federal regulations, especially Sarbanes-Oxley. This has caused a heightened need to ensure that the network remains safe, while still permitting auditors and their unknown devices to remain Read More
Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably
While sitting at one Windows 2000 desktop we waited a solid five minutes just to complete the logon process only to find that the wide area network speeds and

network vulnerabilities  Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably P. Hayes - June 12, 2000 Event Summary ORLANDO, FLA Microsoft Tech Ed Conference. Microsoft Conference attendees were plagued with shared computer access issues on the Microsoft prepared and installed Windows 2000 professional Network which utilized Compaq Pentium III Deskpros. Attendees were assigned an id# and password from which they could access e-mail, conference events and web access; Read More
Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture
Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different

network vulnerabilities  management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering their ability to provide the deterministic admission control capabilities available within the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Read More
Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network
With so many sites lacking security, we have put together a list of the leading reasons why businesses and organizations are unable to secure their network. Don

network vulnerabilities  Securing Your Website or Network Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network L. Taylor - May 23, 2000 Introduction If your company is like most, it has neglected to perform basic due diligence in securing its vital assets. How and why does such a critical part of information technology management get overlooked? The amount of excuses we have discovered is endless. Here are some of the best: No one forced us to do it. Our administrators need to use the security holes to get their work done. Read More
Network Instruments
Network Instruments provides in-depth network intelligence and continuous network availability through innovative analysis solutions. Enterprise network

network vulnerabilities  Instruments Network Instruments provides in-depth network intelligence and continuous network availability through innovative analysis solutions. Enterprise network professionals depend on Network Instruments’ Observer product line for unparalleled network visibility to efficiently solve network problems and manage deployments. By combining a powerful management console with high-performance analysis appliances, Observer simplifies problem resolution and optimizes network and application Read More

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