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Web Content Management (WCM)

Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. 

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New Web Threats in 2009


The new web-borne threats attacking business networks are more intense and sophisticated than ever. Methods using rich media, web 2.0 collaboration tools, and a host of other technologies expose networks to a new breed of web security threats. Find out what the latest web security threats are, including the risks and business impact these threats represent, and understand the advantages of hosted security solutions.

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Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture


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Whether you are evaluating a Web security solution for the first time or are looking around because your current solution is less than optimum, knowing what to look for can save you money and frustration in the long run. This white paper from EdgeWave offers the key steps to evaluating a Web security solution for IT professionals, to help you size up competitve offerings and understand new approaches to basic problems of authentication and authorization, vulnerability assessment, malware protection, and Web 2.0 control.

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The Tangled Web: Silent Threats and Invisible Enemies


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Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to manage spam, viruses, and malware were working, but as a result of this success, the threats they protected against were forced to change. Learn about today’s key security trends and how you can fight against the sophisticated new generation of Internet threats.

web 2.0 security threats  feature that enables numerous Web 2.0 sites to dynamically construct webpages for users. Unfortunately the iframe tag can also be used by attackers to insert a malicious payload into an existing website without changing the actual appearance of the page. IFrame attacks have come to be one of the most common threats on the Internet, usually used to distribute Trojan software like MPack. Organizations must ensure they have secured their Web traffic as well as their email traffic to defend against these new Read More

Mobile Access Security & Management


The task of maintaining network and data security is one of an IT administrator's greatest challenges. In recent years, this already difficult task has been further complicated by the proliferation of mobile devices connecting to the network. This white paper discusses some of the challenges involved in delivering secure mobile access to organizational IT resources while also allowing for the use of mobile devices.

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Seven Web Site Strategies for Planning Your Business Web Site


Successful businesses start with a plan, and begin with the end in mind. A Web site is no different—it simply functions in the online world, rather than the physical world. The Australian government tells us that over 11 million Australians frequently use the Internet—why not take advantage of this? Here are seven key strategies that can help you decide what type of environment to create as you plan your online business.

web 2.0 security threats  Web Site Strategies for Planning Your Business Web Site Successful businesses start with a plan, and begin with the end in mind. A Web site is no different—it simply functions in the online world, rather than the physical world. The Australian government tells us that over 11 million Australians frequently use the Internet—why not take advantage of this? Here are seven key strategies that can help you decide what type of environment to create as you plan your online business. Read More

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Understanding IBM Lotus Web Content Management Software


IBM Lotus Web Content Management software is IBM’s Web content management system offering. Lotus Web Content Management software provides tools to apply business rules and processes to content, helping to ensure that specific information assets from across the enterprise are delivered via Web sites and portal. This factsheet provides a detailed overview of key Lotus Web Content Management features.

web 2.0 security threats  IBM Lotus Web Content Management Software IBM Lotus Web Content Management software is IBM’s Web content management system offering. Lotus Web Content Management software provides tools to apply business rules and processes to content, helping to ensure that specific information assets from across the enterprise are delivered via Web sites and portal. This factsheet provides a detailed overview of key Lotus Web Content Management features. Read More

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Bootcamp for the Pros; Why Ernst & Young Will Lead Security Auditing Standards


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web 2.0 security threats  to protect their organization''s website, systems, and network. Dubbed eXtreme Hacking, and carrying a price tag of $5,000 a slot, this course is for anyone but hacks. With an impressive course book that fills a two-inch thick binder, leading Ernst & Young security engineers take you step-by-step through all the ways that bad guys try to subvert your mission critical servers and network configurations. Using dual-bootable NT-Linux laptops, and an accompanying network setup for practicing subversive Read More

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web 2.0 security threats  Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive customization are the key contributors to increasing identity management costs to four or five times more than the price of the initial identity software license. Learn how software as a service (SaaS) can reduce the cost and complexity of 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 understand what risks their online transaction systems and network infrastructure face. Relevant Technologies has taken an in-depth look at Interliant's security vulnerability assessment service to find out what their tactical strategy is in helping organizations minimize risk, how this strategy evolved, and what IT decision makers can expect to gain from using their services.

web 2.0 security threats  to assess a client''s web site or network. They use multiple assessment tools, some commercial, some open source, and some home-grown, which all have strengths in different areas. Their experience has shown that one tool will not accurately identify all vulnerabilities. Additionally, they make use of protocol analyzers, intrusion detection sensors, and port listeners if the situation warrants it. Since all scanning tools turn up false positives from time to time, the first thing Interliant does is to Read More

Study Shows: FBI Alienates Industry Security Experts


A comprehensive study done by TechnologyEvaluation.Com has shown that, for years the FBI has been alienating industry security experts. Some of the best industry security professionals want nothing to do with helping the FBI resolve cybercrime. Recently, one of the leading Department of Justice attorneys general, well-known for expertise in successfully prosecuting cybercrime, asked TechnologyEvaluation.Com why so many security and information technology professionals snub their noses at law enforcement agencies that exist to protect our nation's vital assets - private and public. TechnologyEvaluation.Com went behind the scenes to find o

web 2.0 security threats  identified multiple perpetrators of web-site defacement - digital graffiti. They presented this information to the FBI, and never heard anything back. Questions that come to mind are the following: Was the information entered into an Incident Response Database? Was the case even investigated? Has the perpetrator been defacing more web-sites? Case 4 : A seasoned security professional became aware that his name was included on a database of well-known hackers that was later sold to the FBI by a Read More