Items Tagged with "Security"
July 11, 2013 Added by:Jan Valcke
Security is not an optional feature to be implemented after the horse has bolted. Lack of security may have severe consequences and can result in destructed corporate image, severe revenue losses and liability suits. Strong authentication alleviates a lot of security concerns and can help build customer trust, credibility and can even become a competitive advantage.
June 19, 2013 Added by:Simon Moffatt
RESTful architectures have been the general buzz of websites for the last few years. The simplicity, scalability and statelessness of this approach to client-server communications has been adopted by many of the top social sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Why? Well, in their specific cases, developer adoption is a huge priority.
June 07, 2013 Added by:Michael Fornal
Identity Management applications are slowly gaining speed in the security realm as an important tool in managing provisions of an applications or to aid in gaining a handle on compliance and identity governance.
May 23, 2013 Added by:Andy Willingham
Here we go again. Another security researcher who apparently thinks that he knows best because his feelings were hurt by Microsoft.
May 17, 2013 Added by:Luis Corrons
IT Departments are very often one step behind users, and unfortunately in most cases there is no real control over all devices on the corporate network. Despite perimeter solutions still being a necessity, the corporate perimeter must now expand to include new devices (mainly smartphones and tablets) that also handle confidential corporate information.
May 16, 2013 Added by:Francis Cianfrocca
Despite years of engineering, programming, reverse engineering, product development and a generous amount of FUD-driven marketing, the information security industry (loosely defined as representing the forces of good) lags far behind the innovation and sophistication of modern malware perpetrated by the forces of evil.
May 10, 2013 Added by:Steve Ragan
Before malware could become a threat to medical devices, Adam Ely said attackers would have to write malware specifically targeted to these devices and organizations; or the devices would have to adopt a standard platforms and software.
May 05, 2013 Added by:Eric Byres
In the past, the main reason for securing a SCADA/ICS network was to protect against inadvertent network incidents or attacks from insiders. The risk of an external malicious cyber-attack was considered minimal.
April 16, 2013 Added by:Scott Thomas
Most non-IT people know about DLP only when the IT organization contacts them to let them know they did something they shouldn't have. For those of us that have to deal with the policies, the alerts, and sending those notices, it can be more complicated.
April 16, 2013 Added by:George Tubin
Cybercriminals continue to develop new methods to bypass security controls in order to install malware on corporate endpoints. An endpoint protection approach that provides both effectiveness and manageability must begin with an understanding of the attack vectors that require mitigation.
April 12, 2013 Added by:Le Grecs
Password managers will automatically fill in usernames and passwords as your target surfs around the web doing their usual things. I’ve found they just love this convenience and it serves as a great motivator for them to continue using it.
Applied Cyber Security and the Smart Grid: Implementing Security Controls into the Modern Power Infrastructure
April 09, 2013 Added by:Ben Rothke
In Applied Cyber Security and the Smart Grid: Implementing Security Controls into the Modern Power Infrastructure, authors Eric Knapp and Raj Samani provide and excellent overview on what the smart grid is and how it can be secured.
April 06, 2013 Added by:Anthony M. Freed
In a convergence culture, accountability for risk is accepted across the organization, and when that happens, risk management becomes a priority to the business, informing strategy and objectives. By helping identify and mitigate risk across finance, operations and IT, the CISO puts security in context of what could affect profit.
April 05, 2013 Added by:Eric Byres
Applying patches is a critical part of good security. According to US-CERT, about 95% of all network intrusions could have been avoided by keeping systems up to date with appropriate patches. What I am against is patching as a knee-jerk reaction to security vulnerabilities. You can’t expect your control system to operate reliably if you don’t have a controlled process for patching.