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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 procedures  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
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The Four Ps of Food Safety
Food safety is in the news, and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue

incident response procedures  roactive Response If an incident takes place, your response must be proactive. All incidents must be taken seriously. Your strategy should be to respond quickly and completely. Yes, responding can be expensive, but over-response is often less expensive in terms of dollars and PR than under-response. A proactive response starts with management commitment. Unless top management is committed to food safety and proactive response, you are playing the odds that an incident is a false alarm or that it will not Read More
Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part I)
Besides the ongoing (seemingly never-ending) presidential campaign and celebrity scandals/gossip, food safety is very much in the news. Indeed, incidents of

incident response procedures  as a percentage of incident per servings, bean sprouts are the most dangerous food we eat, since they are grown in a warm and damp environment, just like a petri dish. Some highly processed foods are of course less vulnerable. To be fair, there are many CPG companies that already have traceability systems in place, and moreover, there are lots of paper-based systems that may be adequate here. Opportunity (Besides Costs) for Visionary Companies One school of thought is that food traceability regulations Read More
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

incident response procedures  and their ISP's security Incident Response Procedures. If either organization has no such procedures, you can be sure that they haven't spent much time thinking about internet security. If they are able to give you Incident Response Procedures, you can review them against standard best-practice Incident Response Procedures such as those listed in RFC2350, the Internet Society's Expectations for Computer Security Incident Response . Read More
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 procedures  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
The Role of Network Behavior Analysis and Response Systems in the Enterprise
Your operations and assets are under multiple points of attack, both inside and outside your network. Organizations face escalating security risks and network

incident response procedures  Role of Network Behavior Analysis and Response Systems in the Enterprise Your operations and assets are under multiple points of attack, both inside and outside your network. Organizations face escalating security risks and network availability requirements as they open their networks for communications and transactions with key customers, business partners, and employees. That’s why you need to ensure efficient monitoring and enhancement of your network security posture and operations. Read More
Enterprise Performance Management: Key to Rapid Response for Today's Successful Midsize Companies
In today's business climate, enterprise performance management (EPM) systems have risen from the status of

incident response procedures  Performance Management: Key to Rapid Response for Today's Successful Midsize Companies In today's business climate, enterprise performance management (EPM) systems have risen from the status of nice-to-have to must have for midsize companies, particularly those that experienced substantial growth prior to the current economic downturn. This paper discusses some of the ways the new unpredictability of external market forces has escalated the value of precise internal forecasts and quick Read More
Building an Incident Response Team (IRT)
Every enterprise must be prepared to confront an incident that threatens the security, privacy, or general operations of the company or its customers. But how

incident response procedures  an Incident Response Team (IRT) Every enterprise must be prepared to confront an incident that threatens the security, privacy, or general operations of the company or its customers. But how is it possible to respond to an incident quickly, without interrupting corporate operations? By building an incident response team (IRT) with the right skills, authority, and knowledge to properly deal with a range of known—and unknown incidents. Find out how. Read More
Selling Management on a New Business Intelligence Solution
BI is a complex solution that involves new concepts, new procedures, and a learning curve. Management with knowledge of BI must assess whether there is a real

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ProfitKey's ERP Software Chosen by Premier Manufacturing
Colorado-based electronic manufacturing service provider Premier Manufacturing recently announced that the company had completed its several months-long ERP

incident response procedures  s ERP Software Chosen by Premier Manufacturing Colorado-based electronic manufacturing service provider Premier Manufacturing recently announced that the company had completed its several months-long ERP selection project. After meticulous research and evaluation of 13 different software products, Premier Manufacturing concluded that ProfitKey's Rapid Response Manufacturing solution is their system of choice. I did my own quick research on the vendor's newest client and realized that they are Read More
HireIQ Hiring Optimization Suite
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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Achieving Supply Chain Visibility: There Is More to It than Meets the Eye
Industry research shows that one of the most important challenges facing supply chain professionals today is supply chain visibility. As companies scramble to

incident response procedures  Supply Chain Visibility: There Is More to It than Meets the Eye Achieving Supply Chain Visibility: There Is More to It than Meets the Eye If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Outsourcing Creates Supply Chain Visibility Challenges Most manufacturers today outsource some aspects of their manufacturing operations to third-party specialists. And, to realize cost advantages and open new markets, manufacturers have Read More
Intelligent Response Management Strategies for Managing Demand-Supply Networks
Over 190 companies were surveyed regarding their challenges within demand-supply networks and the top priorities for managing these networks. This paper is

incident response procedures  Response Management Strategies for Managing Demand-Supply Networks Over 190 companies were surveyed regarding their challenges within demand-supply networks and the top priorities for managing these networks. This paper is based on an analysis of that survey and highlights the need for companies to focus on intelligent response management strategies that bridge planning and execution. Read More
E-mail Discovery: Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedures
The rise of electronic records is having a profound effect on business litigation. Electronic records are now so important that the litigation rules in US

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How To Monitor Your Savings In Outsourcing
This white paper will give you ideas and procedures for monitoring your savings when you invest in outsourcing projects.

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