Blog Posts Tagged with "Network Security"
October 31, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle
What information is being broadcast by your computers, company, or employees, that don’t show up in a software scan? Many companies think that if they just run a vulnerability scan and it passes that they are good, but is this an accurate test of your network security?
October 31, 2012 Added by:Paul Kenyon
Every organization experiences user frustrations and complications that result in support calls to the help desk. While each call may seem to suggest a unique problem, there could be a common root cause amongst them. Help desk calls often seem to be black and white – the machine works and now it doesn’t...
October 29, 2012 Added by:Rainer Enders
With the ubiquity of mobile devices, staying securely connected to work - in theory - should require nothing more than an internet connection, and seemingly everywhere you travel, whether that be in hotels, airports, or conference trade shows, offer such connections. But the reality is more complicate...
October 28, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
When Microsoft converged their kernel and made a single version of Windows most people were relieved, especially Microsoft developers and security types. It was now going to be easier to maintain the code base - but was that the right call? I think the jury may still be out...
October 26, 2012 Added by:Rainer Enders
For too long, IPsec struggled with a reputation of being cumbersome to implement and manage. However, even amid the harshest of its critics, its ability to secure data has rarely, if ever, come into question. Now, through advancements in the technology's infrastructure, IPsec has become easy to use...
October 25, 2012 Added by:Drayton Graham
If you are looking to secure your network, there is more than one way to do it. A NAC solution may still be the best bet for a number of companies, but when budget and resources are limited, RJ-45 jack locks may prove a creative, inexpensive solution...
The Threat Is Real and Must Be Stopped: Clarifications And Rebuttal by an INFOSEC Professional DRAFT II
October 22, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin
So far though Senator Lieberman I have only seen gross generalities out of you and others about how dire things are and how scared we all should be. Your hue and cry ultimately lacks any hard evidence for any of us to stand behind as that the issue is real and it is so prescient that action must be taken post haste...
October 22, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle
Patch management systems enable you to maintain full control of your systems’ patching activities. You can deploy security patches to test machines, and then push them out to all the rest of your machines, and also run reports to ensure that you have 100% compliance across all servers and workstations...
October 22, 2012 Added by:Bill Gerneglia
Rogue IT is the name given to the informal, ad hoc software and electronic devices brought by employees into their workplace. If IT managers are warming up to and in fact embracing BYOD are they as accepting of Rogue IT in the office? Is Rogue IT simply an extension of BYOD?
October 21, 2012 Added by:Paul Kenyon
Considering most universities must accommodate a network of thousands of desktops and laptops, in addition to end-users ranging from students, developers, researchers, academics and admin staff – it’s no wonder balancing security and productivity is such a complex endeavor...
October 20, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
This is significant because very few companies or organizations have the necessary network infrastructure to deal with such attacks. There might be some companies with popular websites such as Google or Facebook that are able to handle such high-bandwidth floods, but most companies are not...
October 17, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin
I would like to clear the air here a bit on these terms and how they do really apply to the world of INFOSEC that we in this business now find ourselves in, one littered with military and spook terms that you may not be really familiar with. First off, lets look at the terms that have been thrown around here...
October 15, 2012 Added by:Gary McCully
A while back I was on a wireless assessment in which I was able to compromise the client’s primary Windows Domain from their guest wireless network. My hope in writing this article is that organizations will take their network design, wireless security, and password policies a little more seriously...
October 11, 2012 Added by:Paul Kenyon
Users with admin rights are loose cannons -- you just don’t know when or where they are going to strike, and the results can be devastating to the company’s security infrastructure. Once a problem occurs, it often unravels into a downward spiral taking your business - and reputation - down with it...
October 11, 2012 Added by:Ben Rothke
The Stuxnet computer worm of mid-2010 was a huge wake-up call for the energy industry. It also catapulted SCADA from an obscure term to the forefront of industrial security. But nearly two years later, it is unclear if the energy sector is adequately prepared for sophisticated information security threats...
October 11, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston
I was recently engaged with some critical infrastructure experts on Twitter. We were discussing a quick and dirty set of basic tasks that could be used an approach methodology for helping better secure the power grid and other utilities. There was a significant discussion and many views were exchanged...
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