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Case Study: NumeriX
Get information about license server in a snap. Read this case study for free. Since 1996, NumeriX had been using in-house-developed licensing tools to manage and protect its applications. In 2006, it outsourced licensing to a third-party vendor that could provide a scalable solution with two licensing options. After some problems with integration, NumeriX consolidated on one commercial licensing management solution. Find out about the benefits of the licensing solution the company chose.

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7/24/2009 4:24:00 PM

Controlling Access to Critical Enterprise Resources
With the compliance demands of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the Payment Card Industry (PCI), and others, it’s crucial that companies emphasize separation of duties (SoD) and internal access controls to help maximize network security. But many still struggle with the real-time need of granting temporary access to resources. Learn about a solution that can offer secure, controlled, and audited resource access in a timely fashion.

DMZ: Critical Enterprise Resources Source: e-DMZ Security Document Type: White Paper Description: With the compliance demands of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the Payment Card Industry (PCI), and others, it’s crucial that companies emphasize separation of duties (SoD) and internal access controls to help maximize network security. But many still struggle with the real-time need of granting temporary access to resources. Learn about a solution that can offer secure, controlled, and audited resource access in a
6/4/2008 3:10:00 PM

Compliance and Privileged Password Management
Today’s increasing compliance requirements have focused additional attention on how enterprises manage and control these critical accounts and passwords. How can you address the requirement for shared privileged access while still maximizing information security? Find out how traditional solutions may not be providing the security you need—and how upgrading your password system with an automated solution can help.

DMZ: Privileged Password Management Source: e-DMZ Security Document Type: White Paper Description: Today’s increasing compliance requirements have focused additional attention on how enterprises manage and control these critical accounts and passwords. How can you address the requirement for shared privileged access while still maximizing information security? Find out how traditional solutions may not be providing the security you need—and how upgrading your password system with an automated solution can
6/4/2008 3:32:00 PM

Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally
Many companies have already invested heavily in solutions that provide remote access solutions to their employees, and are now looking to leverage those solutions for their remote vendors. But what works for your employees might not work for your vendors—and the wrong solution can introduce security risks, from viruses to unauthorized access and noncompliance. Learn about the different access requirements for vendors.

DMZ: Be Treated Equally Source: e-DMZ Security Document Type: White Paper Description: Many companies have already invested heavily in solutions that provide remote access solutions to their employees, and are now looking to leverage those solutions for their remote vendors. But what works for your employees might not work for your vendors—and the wrong solution can introduce security risks, from viruses to unauthorized access and noncompliance. Learn about the different access requirements for vendors.
6/5/2008 1:59:00 PM

NetBIOS Firewall
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for NetBIOS Firewall - Preventive Technologies for a Secure Future. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

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9/6/2005 1:25:00 PM

Firewall Cowboyz Set the Stage to Free Innocent Convict
Cowboyz.com builds and sells affordable firewall appliances to small to medium sized businesses. When not deploying firewalls, this small-time firewall vendor gives something back by taking notice and assisting to restore justice to a falsely accused convict.

DMZ: standard security demilitarized zone (DMZ), these are all the interfaces one typically needs. Based on Linux, the iWall supports NAT in three configurations, one to one addressing, one to many addressing, and many to many - range to range network addressing. The most requested network protocols, IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, and HTTPS all run on the iWall, as well as RFC compliant routing protocols: ICMP, ARP, and CIDR. You do not need to reboot the iWall after changing a rule, or adding a rule, and both user
8/18/2000

Information Security Firewalls Market ReportPart Two: Current Market Trends and User Recommendations
Numerous firewall solutions exist in the market. However, decision makers can wade through the thousands of product criteria to find the right solution by properly prioritizing company’s needs, avoiding common pitfalls, and through proper research.

DMZ: up security demilitarized zones (DMZ) that take advantage of the features and functionality from multiple vendors. Innovation, advertising, and pricing will play key roles in accumulating new market shares. Relevant Technologies expects Cisco and Juniper to continue to brand themselves as networking companies that offer security products, while Check Point and Symantec will continue to brand themselves as security companies that offer one-stop security shopping. Large enterprises will require firewalls
3/2/2005

Managed File Transfer: The Need for a Strategic Approach
Managed File Transfer: The Need for a Strategic Approach. Search for Articles and Other Solutions to Characterize Your Analysis In Relation to The Managed File Transfer. A secure and accurate flow of information in your supply chain operations has never been more critical—and complex. Digital transfer of unstructured information is a security risk, for both confidentiality and compliance, and traditional file transfer methods are now falling short. A managed file transfer solution combining hardware, software, and networks can meet your demands for visibility, security, and compliance.

DMZ: enterprise through to the DMZ. Compliance: The MFT facility should provide the auditing and control facilities necessary to meet the requirements of: Sarbanes-Oxley 404, internal auditing standards and the organization s contractual and regulatory obligations. It does this by providing: identity management; process workflow automation; an audit trail for all transactions, including a record of who accessed which documents, when they were accessed, and where they were accessed; and archives and journals
11/14/2007 2:44:00 PM

Dynamic Best Practices of Vulnerability Management
Dynamic Best Practices of Vulnerability Management. Download IT Research Guides Related To the Best Practices of Vulnerability Management. Vulnerability management, the discovery of vulnerabilities and assessment of the risk to the network, is a critical part of both the security and business landscape that any company’s security team needs to understand and implement for long-term success. But companies that rely totally on signature-based defenses can be helpless against many threats. Find out how to reduce risks by identifying and eliminating weaknesses.

DMZ: tucked away behind the DMZ. Scan the highest categories regularly for vulnerabilities. The Yankee Group has discovered that enterprise customers following the current best practices guidelines are auditing their critical assets every 5 to 10 days with the average being weekly. These are your most important assets and you must protect them. Lower categories of assets can tolerate somewhat less frequent scanning. Measure Vulnerability management solutions test network resources for the presence of known
11/5/2008 11:31:00 AM

Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control
Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the Control in Network Access Control. Learn About Network Access Control. Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the identities of users and devices, and knows what resource they are authorized to access, allowing enterprises to tightly control access, and the devices and behavior of users.

DMZ: within a demilitarized zone (DMZ) . Create custom extranets - Working within the application itself or building complex web, specific applications can be provisioned for external access. Embrace web-based applications - Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings move the application to a hosted provider, alleviating the need for access to your network. A common drawback of these approaches is that each is expensive, complex, management intensive, and slow to adapt. They also give IT departments reduced
2/5/2007 5:07:00 PM


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