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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.

SYSTOR SECURITY: 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

Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Network Security Best Practices.Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. When it comes to security architecture, choosing a system that’s scalable and applicable to a broad set of security needs is a wise move. New security services for Internet protocol (IP) networks are emerging that enable new levels of scalability and manageability—while remaining completely transparent to the network. By applying this type of system, you build an optimal framework for future security applications.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis Source: CipherOptics Document Type: White Paper Description: When it comes to security architecture, choosing a system that’s scalable and applicable to a broad set of security needs is a wise move. New security services for Internet protocol (IP) networks are emerging that enable new levels of scalability and manageability—while remaining completely transparent to the network. By applying this
7/27/2007 1:19:00 PM

Security Breach: Now What?
When people's lives or financial transactions are at risk, proper Security Incident handling is of extreme importance.

SYSTOR SECURITY: 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 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?

SYSTOR SECURITY: 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

Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report
The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about our predictions for the upcoming threat landscape.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report Source: Sophos Document Type: White Paper Description: The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about
10/5/2007 2:53:00 PM

Fixing Security Backdoors:
Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0

April is the cruelest month for operating system security holes. Red Hat posted a fix within six hours, but Microsoft leaves us… still waiting!

SYSTOR SECURITY: Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0 Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0 C. McNulty - May 9, 2000 Read Comments Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0 C. McNulty - May 9, 2000 Event Summary On 25 April 2000, MSNBC reported that Internet Security Solutions had identified a security back door in Red Hat Linux 6.2. The backdoor involves an extra , but undocumented, administrative password that allows users to run rogue programs on a Red Hat server via a Web-based
5/9/2000

Security Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security
Corporations are at risk because Web applications and servers make them susceptible to hackers and cyber crooks. However, companies can perform security risk assessments that mitigate risk by applying security risk management policies designed to protect a company’s data.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Security Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security Security Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security Caleb Sima - June 6, 2008 Read Comments Originally published January 27, 2006 Security risk assessment and security risk management have become vital tasks for security officers and IT managers. Corporations face increased levels of risk almost daily from software vulnerabilities hidden in their business-technology systems to hackers and cyber crooks trying to steal
6/6/2008

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.

SYSTOR SECURITY: 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

Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security
In an effort to improve the state of consumer privacy, Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), and the Office of Thrift Supervision, on January last year announced that they have put together joint guidelines to safeguard confidential customer information. The guidelines, that took effect last July, implement section 501(b) of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) initiated by the Senate Banking Committee, and passed into law on November 4, 1999. This announcement had significant implications for online banking institutions.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security L. Taylor - February 9, 2002 Read Comments Featured Author -  Laura Taylor - February 9, 2002 Event Summary In an effort to improve the state of consumer privacy,       the Federal Reserve Board ,     the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) ,     the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) ,     and the Office of Thrift Supervision ,   on January last year announced that
2/9/2002

Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security
Many business activities require access to real production data, but there are just as many that don’t. Data masking secures enterprise data by eliminating sensitive information, while maintaining data realism and integrity. Many Fortune 500 companies have already integrated data masking technology into their payment card industry (PCI) data security standard (DSS) and other compliance programs—and so can you.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security Data Masking: Strengthening Data Privacy and Security Source: Camouflage Software Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Many business activities require access to real production data, but there are just as many that don’t. Data masking secures enterprise data by eliminating sensitive information, while maintaining data realism and integrity. Many Fortune 500 companies have already integrated data masking technology into their payment card
6/19/2009 12:41:00 PM

Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source
Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source. Find Free Device and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To Oracle Database Security. Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive customer data or company information from being distributed.

SYSTOR SECURITY: Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database
4/20/2009 3:12:00 PM


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