Published By: Conduent
Published Date: Jul 23, 2019
In this eBook, we’ve distilled the key information into a “decision guide” to help you head in the right direction with your technology planning. The guide walks you through the five main options for your technology and overviews the benefits and challenges related to each — so you can weigh the pros and cons and make the best technology choices for your organization. Complete the form at right to get your copy today.
In our first cyber security checklist, we provided a security overview and best practices to help organizations prevent an initial compromise from occurring. In this guide, we will help you understand practical steps you can take to mitigate techniques attackers use once they have penetrated your defenses. Once attackers have access to a machine, they can evade detection by using fileless techniques and legitimate system administration tools to do their dirty work. With this checklist, you will have a guide to help mitigate the impact of an attacker. Lastly, we will hep you understand how partnering with a company like Alert Logic can provide better defenses to stop attackers in their tracks.
This checklist helps to explain how to:
• How to manage and limit PowerShell access
• Securing and utilizing Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
• Ways to apply application controls
• Following the principle of least privilege and applying access controls
• What to monitor for to help uncover
"There are many reasons why now is the right time to make the move to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010,including a host of administration and security improvements. However, as with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Exchange 2010 requires SSL certificates to ensure the security of all connections to the email server. This guide from Thawte is designed to take the guesswork out of implementing SSL for Exchange 2010, making it easier than ever to get the SSL certificate you need for a successful and secure Exchange implementation, and to take advantage of powerful capabilities such as Subject Alternative Names (SANs)."
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: Apr 13, 2010
The BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is designed to be a secure, centralized link between an organization's wireless network, communications software, applications, and BlackBerry devices. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express integrates with your
organization's existing infrastructure, which can include messaging software, calendar and contact information, wireless Internet and intranet access, and custom applications, to provide BlackBerry device users with mobile access to your organization's resources. You can install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express on the same server as Microsoft Exchange or Windows Small Business Server, or you can install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express on a separate server.