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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.

web 2.0 security threats  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. Read More

2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware


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

The Tangled Web: Silent Threats and Invisible Enemies


When cyber-criminals stage attacks on businesses with covert malware, spam, and scams that drain employee productivity, users aren’t aware they’ve been victimized. Rich media, open-source platforms, and social-networking sites are vulnerable to these threats. Learn how a hosted Web security and content filtering service intercepts all types of Web-borne attacks.

web 2.0 security threats  streaming content), open-source platforms, Web 2.0 collaboration tools, social-networking sites and highly available criminal toolkits are deployed to infiltrate corporate networks. One widely used tactic is the delivery of malware through Weblinks to compromised Websites embedded in email attachments. When these links are followed by the user, malware is installed to their system and their network security is compromised. This mode of entry is proving to be a more efficient (and ultimately more Read More

6 Important Steps to Evaluating a Web Security Solution


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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New Web Threats in 2009


That's why the white paper new web threats in 2009 can be a real lifesaver.

web 2.0 security threats  malware to the latest Web 2.0 threats. You''ll also discover the advantages of a hosted services solution to secure and protect your company''s network and confidential data. Like low up-front cost and ease of implementation. Security threats against businesses like yours are constantly on the rise. Learn what you''re up against, and how the right solution can protect your business in a practical, cost-efficient way. Download your PDF copy of New Web Threats in 2009 today.   For assistance, please contact Read More

Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving


Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the company and its outlook.

web 2.0 security threats  Double the CPUs for Web Serving Vendor Genesis Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) was formed in 1997 as an IP content delivery-focused vendor. The founder was Lawrence Genovesi, who continues to run the company as President. The original product was a multi-processor server targeted at streaming media providers. In 1998, the company shifted its focus to clustered server products, based on the belief that Internet growth would lead to the need for scalable, cost-effective servers. NEI''s revenues come almost 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 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.

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How MWL Fights E-threats


When you connect to the Internet, you do so through the Windows Socket (Winsock) layer. While this layer is an integral part of the Windows operating system and acts as an interface between your computer and the Net, it cannot distinguish the difference between good traffic and bad. MicroWorld Winsock Layer (MWL) technology helps by sitting on the Winsock layer and analyzing the traffic—before it gets to your computer.

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Information Security Selection Software Evaluation Report


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e-DMZ Security


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Security for Small and Medium Businesses


We all know what security means when we think of our home. Did we lock the door when we left for the day? Is the stove turned off? Computer security for the small to medium business (SMB) must address similar concerns. Can a hacker gain access to its servers? How can a business protect its data? Entry Points A personal computer virus is a hidden software program that spreads from

web 2.0 security threats  or from visiting a web site that has been compromised. By visiting such a web site, the virus can be unknowingly downloaded onto the personal computer. Another scenario is when criminal hacker viruses attack the servers that house business systems, including e-mail servers, while others attach to the computer networking infrastructure. One of the most common types of viruses uses a business’s system to send out spam (the business’s system becomes the surrogate sender of e-mails, which typically Read More

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