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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.

SECURITY EAM: 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.

SECURITY EAM: 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.

SECURITY EAM: 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

Need for Content Security
Need for Content Security. Papers and Other Software Complex System to Use In Your Complex System for Content Security. The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best way to appear busy. Employees can open multiple pages, a few of them related to legitimate work, while the others cater to their

SECURITY EAM: Need for Content Security Need for Content Security Source: MicroWorld Technologies, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best way to appear busy. Employees can open multiple pages, a few of them related to legitimate work, while the others cater to their personal interests. It takes a single mouse click or Alt+Tab to navigate between pages,
9/6/2005 12:18:00 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

SECURITY EAM: 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 is
8/21/2000

Earthlink Leads the Way in DSL Security
DSL providers speed up their customers' Internet access, however, at the same time they also expose these customers to enormous security risk. Earthlink has gone the extra mile and is giving out free firewall software to all its DSL customers.

SECURITY EAM: the Way in DSL Security Earthlink Leads the Way in DSL Security L. Taylor - August 8, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - August 8, 2000 Event Summary Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) services are hot, and if you don t already have high-speed Internet access, you are wishing you did. For a small price increase over traditional ISP services, users can upgrade to a DSL line and access the Internet at record speeds. However, one of the biggest stumbling blocks to doing so has been the security implications. DSL
8/8/2000

5 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices
As smartphones and tablet computing devices get their foot in the enterprise door, companies are finding themselves at a much higher risk of data breach and loss. In order to mitigate this risk, Focus Experts Amy Babinchak, Martyn Davies, Bob Egan, Rasib Hassan Khan, Josh Lipton, and Ken Wineberg offer their top 6 best practices for managing security on mobile devices.

SECURITY EAM: Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices 5 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: As smartphones and tablet computing devices get their foot in the enterprise door, companies are finding themselves at a much higher risk of data breach and loss. In order to mitigate this risk, Focus Experts Amy Babinchak, Martyn Davies, Bob Egan, Rasib Hassan Khan, Josh Lipton, and Ken Wineberg offer their top 6 best practices for
8/5/2011 1:36:00 PM

Engineering Supply Chain Security
Ensuring a safe and secure supply chain is considered mission critical to government officials and business executives worldwide.

SECURITY EAM: Engineering Supply Chain Security Engineering Supply Chain Security Source: Red Arrow Supply Chain Solutions Document Type: White Paper Description: Ensuring a safe and secure supply chain is considered mission critical to government officials and business executives worldwide. Engineering Supply Chain Security style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Regulatory and Compliance,   Supply Chain Management (SCM),   Customs and Excise Source: Red Arrow Supply Chain
9/4/2005 3:32:00 PM

Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the company access to real-time data.

SECURITY EAM: Case Study: Security Benefit Case Study: Security Benefit Source: Microsoft Document Type: Case Study Description: Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the
11/24/2008 5:17:00 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.

SECURITY EAM: 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

Mobile Security and Responsibility
When companies extend their IT operations to mobile employees, valuable data and devices are taken out of the protected perimeter of the office, and placed in the briefcases of users. Business processes may run more efficiently, and there may be more flexibility in working practices, but this is of little benefit if attitudes to IT use are complacent or irresponsible.

SECURITY EAM: Mobile Security and Responsibility Mobile Security and Responsibility Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: When companies extend their IT operations to mobile employees, valuable data and devices are taken out of the protected perimeter of the office, and placed in the briefcases of users. Business processes may run more efficiently, and there may be more flexibility in working practices, but this is of little benefit if attitudes to IT use are complacent or irresponsible. Mobile
10/20/2006 6:08:00 AM


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