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Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard
Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard.Secure Documents and Other Computer Software to Use In Your Complex System of Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard. The payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS) defines a comprehensive set of requirements to enhance and enforce payment account data security in a proactive rather than passive way. These include security management, policies, procedures, network architectures, software design, and other protective measures. Get a better understanding of the PCC DSS and learn the costs and benefits of compliance.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: The payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS) defines a comprehensive set of requirements to enhance and enforce payment account data security in a proactive rather than passive way. These include security management, policies, procedures, network architectures, software design, and other protective measures. Get a better understanding of the PCC
9/3/2009 4:36:00 PM

Security Breach: Now What?
When people's lives or financial transactions are at risk, proper Security Incident handling is of extreme importance.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Security Breach: Now What? Security Breach: Now What? L. Taylor - March 17, 2000 Read Comments Problem With so many security incidents occurring, many IT decision makers are unclear as to who they should notify, and what steps they should take if their network or systems are breached. There is a good chance that local and Federal law enforcement agencies will likely not be skilled enough to conduct a proper investigation. Is there anyone else you should notify? Where do you begin and what should you look
3/17/2000

Security Snafu at NetBank
Online internet bank NetBank suffered an embarrassing security exposure late last week when a customer discovered he had access to more funds and information than his own.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Security Snafu at NetBank Security Snafu at NetBank L. Taylor - November 15, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary NetBank (Nasdaq: NTBK ), an Atlanta based internet bank, suffered a major credibility blow last week when a customer named Mahesh Rao reported that he had been inadvertently given access to another customer s account, transaction history, social security number, and funds. Rao had to call NetBank five times before the problem was resolved. According to Tom Cable, Chief Technology Officer of
11/15/1999

Security Stocks Burn Rubber
Security technology stocks are burning rubber as they peel out in front of swaggering technology blue chips. Who are some of these security market leaders and what kinds of security products do they offer?

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, China, India, the Netherlands, Russia, and Taiwan as well as distributors in 45 countries. Rainbow s security solutions include the iKey 1000 Universal Serial Bus (USB) based authentication token. Fig. 3. iKey 1000 With the recent announcement of the Chinese State Encryption Management Commission s decision to approve Windows 2000, and the number of Internet users in China expected to double annually in the next few years, this paves the way for a huge iKey
4/27/2000

Security Information Market Heading for Growth
The growth of security vulnerabilities is creating a new market for security information. With link sharing and cooperation among sites, it is not clear that this market is nearly as predatory as some publishing markets.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Security Information Market Heading for Growth Security Information Market Heading for Growth L. Taylor - August 31, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - August 31, 2000 Event Summary It is estimated that the security information market will grow to a $1.5 billion by 2003.[1] With a dearth of security professionals available, viewing online security articles offers companies the opportunity to gain information, and improve system security knowledge at low overhead and a fast pace. Via the web, IT organizations
8/31/2000

Study Shows: FBI Alienates Industry Security Experts
A comprehensive study done by TechnologyEvaluation.Com has shown that, for years the FBI has been alienating industry security experts. Some of the best industry security professionals want nothing to do with helping the FBI resolve cybercrime. Recently, one of the leading Department of Justice attorneys general, well-known for expertise in successfully prosecuting cybercrime, asked TechnologyEvaluation.Com why so many security and information technology professionals snub their noses at law enforcement agencies that exist to protect our nation's vital assets - private and public. TechnologyEvaluation.Com went behind the scenes to find o

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Study Shows: FBI Alienates Industry Security Experts Study Shows: FBI Alienates Industry Security Experts L. Taylor - August 21, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - August 21, 2000 Problem Fighting cybercrime is complex and time-consuming. One case can involve a multitude of computer systems, networks, and administrators, and requires the cooperation of all system owners, and sometimes many nations, in order to find the perpetrator. Due to their love of technology, their education, training, and experience, it
8/21/2000

New Market for Security Insurance
Some insurance companies are now offering policies which protect companies against system, network, and website security losses. What do these policies offer corporations that they don't get in their standard General Liability Insurance Policy coverage?

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: New Market for Security Insurance New Market for Security Insurance L. Taylor - March 1, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary In light of the heightened exposure various companies are facing regarding website, network, and system security compromises, insurance brokers are jumping on the bandwagon, offering customized Security Insurance Polices that protect companies with information technology infrastructures against numerous risks not covered by their required standard corporate General Liability Insurance
3/1/2000

Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security
Many business activities require access to real production data, but there are just as many that don’t. Data masking secures enterprise data by eliminating sensitive information, while maintaining data realism and integrity. Many Fortune 500 companies have already integrated data masking technology into their payment card industry (PCI) data security standard (DSS) and other compliance programs—and so can you.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security Source: Camouflage Software Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Many business activities require access to real production data, but there are just as many that don’t. Data masking secures enterprise data by eliminating sensitive information, while maintaining data realism and integrity. Many Fortune 500 companies have already integrated data masking technology into their payment card
6/19/2009 12:41:00 PM

Driving the Need for Highly Effective Mail Server Security
Most companies have already invested in e-mail security. However, yesterday’s defenses may not be up to the challenge of tomorrow’s threats. Why? Because Internet security risks are increasingly malicious: Web threats are growing more than 100 percent every six months, and targeted attacks are up 351 percent from two years ago. Re-examine your approach to mail server security and protect yourself from malware attacks.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Driving the Need for Highly Effective Mail Server Security Driving the Need for Highly Effective Mail Server Security Source: Trend Micro, Incorporated Document Type: White Paper Description: Most companies have already invested in e-mail security. However, yesterday’s defenses may not be up to the challenge of tomorrow’s threats. Why? Because Internet security risks are increasingly malicious: Web threats are growing more than 100 percent every six months, and targeted attacks are up 351 percent from
9/11/2008 11:47:00 AM

CIOs Need to Be Held Accountable for Security
As systems, networks, and websites suffer new magnitudes of Denial of Service attacks, malicious network scans, and network intrusions, organizational CIOs need to be held accountable for information security.

AUSTRALIA SECURITY: CIOs Need to Be Held Accountable for Security CIOs Need to Be Held Accountable for Security L. Taylor - February 28, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary While law enforcement agencies chase their tails in an international hacker hunt, hosting providers and eCommerce CIOs have surprisingly escaped the wrath of accountability. Stockholders of Internet companies should be asking who inside their investment holding is responsible and is being held accountable for security. If no one is held accountable, you can
2/28/2000

Which is Best: Cloud-Based or on-Premise Web security?


AUSTRALIA SECURITY: Which is Best: Cloud-Based or on-Premise Web security? Which is Best: Cloud-Based or on-Premise Web security? With so many Internet-based threats, what provides the best protection for your network—cloud-based or on-premise security solutions? As you ll discover in the Aberdeen report , Web Security in the Cloud: More Secure! Compliant! Less Expensive! , cloud-based security solutions out-perform their on-premise counterparts in every critical area: security, compliance, reliability, and cost. Over a
10/20/2010 3:00:00 PM


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