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Incident Handling and Response Capability: An IT Security Safeguard Part 1: Are You Ready to Support an Incident Response Capability?
The Internet has few boundaries, thus each business is required to build and implement their own safeguards. Unfortunately, most IT department's requests for

incident response policy  Ready to Support an Incident Response Capability? Situation An employee logs in at the beginning of the workday and notices the company website was defaced, who would be notified? Common sense dictates to call the IT department or perhaps the webmaster and the next course of action would probably be to take the website off-line, restore the original file, and put it back on-line. Would there be any type of investigation to determine the cause of the defacement, will anyone look for hidden programs or Read More...
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Incident Handling and Response Capability: An IT Security Safeguard Part 2: Establishing the Capability
As long as human intervention is part of network operations, there will always be vulnerabilities and an Incident Response capability establishes a force to

incident response policy  Handling Mission Statement, the Incident Response Organization composition, roles and responsibilities, and the communication plan. The Incident Response Organization addresses the business support functions such as Human Resources, Customer Relations, Legal, Marketing, etc. as well as the IT functions. Defining roles expresses who has ownership of the process, how the support functions will be enlisted during the resolution of an incident and even alternates to fulfill those roles during absences. Step Read More...
E-mail Archiving: A Business-critical Application
Small and medium businesses are especially vulnerable to disruptions caused by e-mail loss, compliance demands, and the threat of e-discovery. Yet these

incident response policy  averages over $3,500 per incident. The retrieval cost alone for this data may be as high as $550 per incident. These data losses come from many sources: hardware and software failures, poor backup procedures, accidental deletions, corrupted files, and even malicious destruction of email files and attachments by outsiders or disgruntled employees. Since the way in which message files may go missing is not entirely predictable, companies must insure that their email data is protected on a number of fronts. Read More...
Evaluating SaaS Solutions: A Checklist for Small and Midsized Enterprises
This paper from Saugatuck Technology discusses relevant criteria for evaluating SaaS solutions targeting small and midsize firms, and raises key questions that

incident response policy  number of times an incident may occur before being considered as chronic. Ultimately, quality of service is nothing more than the user's experience. And SLAs are nothing more than insurance policies. Metrics are descriptive and a way to approximate the user's experience. They are also useful for correcting problems. Is there a guaranteed service level agreement (SLA) that the SaaS provider stands behind? There may be credit policy that offers pricing relief should system performance not match its Read More...
CyberPeepers from Korean Sites Peek at U.S. Networks
Numerous United States Internet sites are being bombarded by cyberpeepers from Korea. Whether or not these network scans constitute an attack depends upon whom

incident response policy  the vast number of incident reports on the SecurityFocus incident mailing list, most of the scans seem to be aimed at port 111, which is the sunrpc port, and automount port for Linux. The source port for most of the scans seems to be UDP port 53. A spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Interior suggested that it was probably some intelligence gathering, however, more likely it is hackers from other parts of the world coming in through Korea due to the easy ability to compromise systems on .kr networks. Read More...
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HireIQ@s hiring optimization suite includes InterviewIQ, a virtual interviewing application that offers applicants an online text-response and voice-response

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ProfitKey’s Rapid Response ERP Solution for Project-based Manufacturing Is Now TEC Certified
TEC is pleased to announce that Rapid Response Manufacturing (RRM) software from ProfitKey International, a developer of enterprise resource planning (ERP

incident response policy  Rapid Response ERP Solution for Project-based Manufacturing Is Now TEC Certified TEC is pleased to announce that Rapid Response Manufacturing (RRM) software from ProfitKey International, a developer of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for manufacturing, has been TEC certified for online evaluation in TEC’s ERP Evaluation Center . An in-depth demonstration of its capabilities was conducted in order to evaluate how RRM holds up to industry benchmarks. We saw the system in real time Read More...
A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the

incident response policy  pricing schedules, sales contacts, incidents, to-do lists, opportunities, etc. Shipping and receiving —integrated with UPS , FedEx , and other leading shippers, and fully bar code–enabled General ledger (G/L) —enabling detailed G/L and journals, bank reconciliation, budgeting, customizable report engine, etc. Many system-wide utilities —fine-grained user privileges and security, batch manager, events engine, hotkeys, calendars, EDI, international locales and complex tax structures, multicurrency, Read More...
At Your Fingers: the Real-Time Value of BI
Learn how real-time or near real-time analytics can help you accelerate business insight and shorten customer response times in At Your Fingers: ...

incident response policy  Your Fingers: the Real-Time Value of BI At Your Fingers: the Real-Time Value of BI Today, you must not only be good—you must be good and fast. That means responding at lightning speed to customer and market demands—by leveraging your business data quickly and effectively. Learn how real-time or near real-time analytics can help you accelerate business insight and shorten customer response times in At Your Fingers: The Real-time Value of BI . In this Aberdeen survey report , you’ll discover the Read More...
Operational Business Intelligence: Five Things You Need to Know About Improving Your Customer-facing Performance
According to a recent study, 82 percent of respondents are cutting budgets in response to the current recession. Companies are attempting to increase customer

incident response policy  Business Intelligence: Five Things You Need to Know About Improving Your Customer-facing Performance According to a recent study, 82 percent of respondents are cutting budgets in response to the current recession. Companies are attempting to increase customer loyalty to reduce customer churn at a time when the customer relationship may be the only reliable source of revenue. Discover how operational business intelligence capabilities can help top-performing companies better focus on operational Read More...
Strengthening Network Security with On-demand Vulnerability Management and Policy Compliance
Despite the defensive efforts of firewalls, intrusion detection, antivirus solutions, and the like, criminals, careless employees, and contractors have exposed

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Talent Management: The New Business Imperative
Studies and statistics suggest that, because of demographic trends, companies will soon face a shortage of talent. In response, many companies have begun

incident response policy  talent management,total talent management,using talent management,talent management refers,process of developing and integrating new workers,state of talent management,talent shortage Read More...
Today's IT Spending and Enterprise FOSS
Making the blog rounds today: points about enterprise software purchasing in response to poor economic conditions. I'm thinking about the relationship to free

incident response policy  s IT Spending and Enterprise FOSS Making the blog rounds today: points about enterprise software purchasing in response to poor economic conditions. I'm thinking about the relationship to free and open source (FOSS) enterprise systems as well as the pricing and priorities companies are facing in terms of their means for purchasing and implementing things like ERP systems. Curt Monash's NetworkWorld.com article predicted a rocky September for IT vendors. He didn't pursue a level of granularity that Read More...

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