Published By: Delta Risk
Published Date: Jun 07, 2016
Regardless of how many security controls are placed on a network and the components that go into making a network operate, there will always be vulnerabilities in a connected world. So, what do you do in an environment that allows for such risk of compromise? One of the best methods of protecting organizations is by ensuring that response capabilities are effective and efficient, and one of the most valuable steps in strengthening a response capability is learning from others’ experiences. This white paper discusses the pain points that organizations grapple with when responding to incidents, and how they can address them.
This paper discusses the value of two-factor authentication systems that provide vital access security for today's mobile workforces, who can now be productive from numerous remote locations: the home office, the airport, hotels, and customer sites. Moreover, the ubiquitous nature of mobile phones has now given rise to a new, convenient form factor for the software-based authenticator that resides right on the mobile phone/device.
Enterprises are increasingly opening up their networks to a greater constituency of remote users, but they often do not take into consideration the protection of user identity as a critical component of their strategy. The mobile workforce can now work productively from a remote location such as a home office, the airport, a hotel, or a customer site.
In an environment where business and government databases store ever-increasing amounts of sensitive and confidential data; and where a growing number of employees need to access that data remotely, password security alone is insufficient to ensure user authentication. Two-factor authentication requires two measures for users to verify their identities and access data.
Published By: YouSendIt
Published Date: Sep 17, 2008
Sending presentations, audio, video, or graphics files can jeopardize your network’s security. Now learn why you should never use FTP or conventional email to send oversize files; how managed file transfer makes networks safer; and how to avoid email compliance hassles. Don’t let large files become a security issue—download this white paper now.
Sending presentations, audio, video, or graphics files can jeopardize your network’s security. Now learn why you should never use FTP or conventional email to send oversize files; how managed file transfer can make your network safer; and 7 key criteria to look for. Plus, find out how to avoid email compliance hassles using tracking and traceability. Transferring large files could be a potential security issue. Download this white paper now and learn how to prevent it.
Published By: LockLizard
Published Date: Dec 08, 2008
This paper covers the development of PDF security from simple password protection mechanisms to access controls and DRM. It discusses lifecycle management, PKI and digital certificates, PDF password security, PDF encryption, PDF DRM, Adobe livecycle / policy server, PDF control, and third party systems and standards for protecting PDF files. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
The Cisco® ASA 5500 Series Business Edition is an enterprise-strength comprehensive security solution that combines market-leading firewall, VPN, and optional content security capabilities, so you can feel confident your business is protected. This easy-to-use solution lets you control access to network resources to protect business data and maximize network uptime.
Active Administrator is an extensive Active Directory management solution that addresses the auditing, security, recovery and health of Active Directory from one integrated console. This centralizes the management of the most important aspects of Active Directory and Group Policy so that administrators save time and have the most control over their environment.
Published By: Lumension
Published Date: Jan 22, 2013
You just can’t cut corners today. In fact you need to be very careful about even “optimizing” your security efforts because it’s so easy to misjudge what needs to be secured and what doesn’t; what deserves your attention and what doesn’t.
Published By: Lumension
Published Date: Jan 22, 2013
In this webinar, Randy Franklin Smith (Ultimate Windows Security) shows how application control is an important defense-in-depth measure that can provide detection and prevention of late-stage APT attacks.
IBM’s security controls provide privacy and controlled authorization to sensitive information while enabling business operations. SC4SB protects our customers' information through governance, tools, technology, techniques, and personnel.
Published By: SafeNet
Published Date: Jan 14, 2014
The demands for heightened security through the use of multi-factor authentication are pressing, but so is the need to control budgets and give users convenient access to the data and services they need. It is growing increasingly clear that organizations can’t meet these demands with legacy platforms—they need next-generation authentication. This paper examines why this need for next-generation authentication is so vital, and it offers a detailed look at the key characteristics that distinguish these platforms from other alternatives.