Blog Posts Tagged with "SLAs"


Epsilon’s Email Breach Should Impact Future SLAs

April 10, 2011 Added by:Allan Pratt, MBA

What were the service level agreements, and did they outline precautions that Epsilon would take to prevent such incursions? If none of this information was included in the SLAs, perhaps, it’s time for data-driven companies to include their information security strategies in SLAs...

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HBGary Federal Security Fail... Again

March 17, 2011 Added by:J. Oquendo

IP based authentication is somewhat helpful, but can be hurtful. While an administrator can define who can and cannot visit locations, servers, pages, this can become a cumbersome process. It also does little against a potential client side attack where an attacker accesses a trusted machine...

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Federal Cyber Security and Trusting the Cloud

March 14, 2011 Added by:Jon Stout

Risk to federal cyber security introduced by an emerging technology is inversely proportional to the convenience it offers. Every few years a hot capability comes along that instantly has businesses clamoring to adopt it, while security professionals scramble to address its vulnerabilities...

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Cloud Standards –The Great Debate

March 03, 2011 Added by:Ben Kepes

I’ve always been against cloud standards at so early a stage in the cloud lifecycle. It seems to me that we’re on this amazing wave of innovation with core technologies being reinvented on an almost daily basis. Any move to lock down standards will really impact on the velocity of that adoption...

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Why Fail2Ban Can Fail With VoIP

January 26, 2011 Added by:J. Oquendo

So an attacker launched a scan, who cares, it happens and even if I outright blacklist him, odds are, he is on a throwaway address or compromised host. Nevertheless he scans. At some point in time, he WILL come across the honeypot I left in plain sight for him...

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Telco SLA Parameters and Penalties

June 23, 2010 Added by:Bozidar Spirovski

Communication links provided by Telco providers are critical to most businesses. And as any network admin will tell you, these links tend to have outages, ranging from small interruptions up to massive breakdowns that can last for days.

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