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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.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: 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

NextPage Security
Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements. They contain crucial intellectual capital. And they make key contributions to your brand. As a result, your organization invests significant resources to create processes for protecting critical documents and managing associated business risks. That’s why your document security services need to work within your environment to enhance existing security processes and technologies.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: NextPage Security NextPage Security Source: NextPage Document Type: White Paper Description: Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements. They contain crucial intellectual capital. And they make key contributions to your brand. As a result, your organization invests significant resources to create processes for protecting critical documents and managing associated business risks. That’s why your document security services need to work within your environment to enhance existing
3/2/2007 4:45:00 PM

Top 5 Mobile Security Threats
While mobile malware still accounts for a mere fraction of the millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of malicious code. What’s worse is that 50 percent of employees currently use their mobile devices at work. Early recognition of mobile security threats is a company’s best line of defense. Here are today’s top 5 mobile security threats and how to stop them in their tracks.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: Top 5 Mobile Security Threats Top 5 Mobile Security Threats Source: Ziff Davis Document Type: White Paper Description: While mobile malware still accounts for a mere fraction of the millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of malicious code. What’s worse is that 50 percent of employees currently use their mobile devices at work. Early recognition of mobile security threats is a company’s best line of defense. Here are today’s top 5 mobile security
8/17/2012 3:50:00 PM

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?

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: Security Stocks Burn Rubber Security Stocks Burn Rubber L. Taylor - April 27, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - April 27th, 2000 Event Summary On February 9th, there was a fury of Distributed Denial of Service attacks that rocked the cyberworld. In response to this attack, numerous security technology corporations are seeing rapid marketcap growth. Market Impact Internet Security Systems (NASDAQ: ISSX), an Atlanta based Internet security vendor, specializes in providing leading security management solutions
4/27/2000

IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management
While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security functions, small to medium businesses (SMBs) cannot afford to deploy them all, even though they are subject to the same level of attacks. Unified threat management (UTM) is the gateway security solution that has evolved along with the rise of enterprise security threats.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management Source: Toolbox.com Document Type: White Paper Description: While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security functions, small to medium businesses (SMBs) cannot afford to deploy them all, even though they are subject to the same level of attacks. Unified threat management (UTM) is the gateway security solution
4/11/2012 3:02:00 PM

6 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices
If you're not protecting these mobile devices with the same diligence, there are simple steps you can take.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: 6 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices 6 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices Companies pay a lot of attention to managing security on company computers and servers. But what about the security risks posed by your employees smartphones and tablets? If you re not protecting these mobile devices with the same diligence, there are simple steps you can take. Find out in Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices . You ll learn about six key things you can do to
10/3/2011 4:02:00 PM

Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Selection and for Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. When companies discover new security vulnerabilities, they must retrofit the affected software with an appropriate patch and fend off the wrath of customers. Each newly discovered vulnerability results in a frantic patch, halfway deployed, and potentially opens up another hole. That’s why you should address security vulnerabilities during the software development process—before you get locked into a game of catch-up.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle Source: Cenzic Document Type: White Paper Description: When companies discover new security vulnerabilities, they must retrofit the affected software with an appropriate patch and fend off the wrath of customers. Each newly discovered vulnerability results in a frantic patch, halfway deployed, and potentially opens up another hole. That’s why you should address security vulnerabilities
8/22/2007 3:32:00 PM

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

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: 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

Integrated Security: A New Network Approach
The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of information security even more critical to enabling today’s businesses. An integrated security approach offers the most effective security posture.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Eric Winsborrow - December 9, 2002 Read Comments Executive Summary As organizations become more dependent on their networks for business transactions, external data sharing, and simple day-to-day communications, the need increases for these networks to be more accessible and operational. But as accessibility to the network becomes easier, so does gaining access to the critical data they are storing. The challenge is to
12/9/2002

The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT » The TEC Blog
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26-11-2008

The S in SAP Doesn t Stand for Security (that goes for PeopleSoft too)
During the course of product evaluations for a customer, the Technology Evaluation Center has uncovered a potential security hole in SAP R/3's three-tier architecture. SAP has revealed that they expect the database or third party products to handle security between the application server and the database server. If the client does not take these extra measures, the master password for the SAP database instance travels over the network in the clear, and can be captured. PeopleSoft has the same issue.

SAP SECURITY PROTOCOL: The S in SAP Doesn t Stand for Security (that goes for PeopleSoft too) The S in SAP Doesn t Stand for Security (that goes for PeopleSoft too) M. Reed - December 8, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary During the course of product evaluations for a customer, the Technology Evaluation Center has uncovered a potential security hole in SAP R/3 s three-tier architecture. SAP has revealed that it expects the database or third party products to handle security between the application server and the database
12/8/1999


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