- Capitalizing On Big Data: Managed Services Help Financial Firms Accelerate Big Data Projects
- 7 Stages of Advance Threats
- Stop Attackers from Getting What They Want with Context-Based Authentication
- 10 Essential Elements for a Secure Enterprise Mobility Strategy
- Delivering Enterprise Information Securely on Android, Apple iOS and Microsoft Windows Tablets and Smartphones
October 2012- This white paper provides a compelling argument for having accurate and synchronized time in an IT infrastructure. It discusses the technical and business consequences that can occur when clocks in a network fall out of synch.
July 2010- A Web content management system (CMS) provides companies in the financial sector with the tools they need to build an engaging and persuasive Web experience to customers, prospects, employees and management. The benefits of using a CMS to create Web-based services are many: faster time-to-market and competitive advantage due to on-the-fly content creation; increased customer satisfaction through consistent presentation of services and data across channels; improved internal efficiency via "create once, use many" paradigm; faster ...
October 2010- This white paper from Axigen offers a comprehensive analysis of the ways to secure corporate e-mail systems. It offers an opinion on the available approaches, architectures, and deployment options for implementing security applications in the e-mail infrastructure, while keeping a focus on the benefits of using the integrated Axigen-Kaspersky solution.
Securities traders, banks, investment advisors and others in the financial services industry have long embraced new communication tools. Regulators, such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the National Futures Association (NFA), the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and others have established regulations regarding the appropriate use and management of the content generated using these tools.
However, financial services firms want and need to use new communication and information tools to supplement their use ...
September 2010- This white paper will discuss how the Internet bandwidth is a finite and expensive resource that needs protection from spammers, criminals, hackers, time-wasters and employee misuse. Not only is it expensive and limited, but it is a vital business tool. This paper also explains the true cost of bandwidth bandits on businesses.
January 2009- This report focuses on cloud computing and provides an overview of what cloud computing is and how it can change a business model. This paper talks to security and endpoint as a service, as well as the value that cloud computing can bring to a business.
November 2009- Domain Name System (DNS) provides one of the most basic but critical functions on the Internet. If DNS isn’t working, then your business likely isn’t either. Secure your business and web presence with Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC).
June 2010- The EcoNet partner program is designed to ensure clients get the solutions they want and can take advantage of the latest technical advances, according to Message Systems. Unlike single-source solutions, this approach means: 1) they're not limited solely to what's in-house, and 2) there's a natural incentive for application and platform providers alike to continue innovating. Openness and freedom of choice not only keeps all parties’ resources focused on their core competencies, it also drives consistent improvements ...
May 2010- The white paper was authored by Marsel Nizam, head of Web security development at Bitrix and supervisor of the development of the PRO+PRO security framework undergirding the company’s flagship products. The white paper helps decision-makers understand modern Web-borne threats and ways to secure Web assets by selecting proper Web content management solution.
May 2010- The goal of this whitepaper is to provide an introduction to the key areas involved in developing an e-discovery capability and to help organizations plan to become better prepared for the rigors of the e-discovery process.
February 2010- Most financial institutions lack internal resources or the technical expertise necessary to identify all of the risks to information security, making a correct evaluation of risk extremely difficult, if not impossible. Therefore, without knowing where threats exist, or their potential severity, within their information systems, a financial institution is ill prepared to combat a threat, mitigate the costs of a breach, or even face a federal or state examiner’s prying eyes. This white paper ...
Research shows that customers are won or lost on the Internet in just seconds.
Discover how you can immediately improve uptime and deliver the fastest possible web performance for your users.
April 2010- Web, email, and IM pose serious threats to the modern organization. Most organizations lack the necessary resources required to protect their borders from the level of threat stemming from multiple vectors. Whether authorized or unauthorized, uncontrolled use of public networks exposes organizations to risks that can compromise productivity, profitability, business continuity and customer trust. Accidental or deliberate data leakage, inappropriate use and regulatory non-compliance are very real dangers. Most organizations probably do not feel that ...
Choosing a hosting provider, be it for a small project or for your entire infrastructure,
can be a daunting task. Even when you know what features to look for, it’s hard to
discern if a hosting provider can deliver because they all say the same things (uptime is
guaranteed, 24x7x365 support, etc).
This guide will help you cut through the marketing messages and get to the meat of what to look ...
January 2010- VSS Monitoring presents a 10 question check list for administrators and C-level executives implementing a network monitoring system. The key to achieving end-to-end network visibility is knowing the details of how the traffic gets to network monitoring tools. A few of the many subjects covered are: system connectivity, traffic grooming, latencies, packet optimization technologies, maintaining session-awareness from point of capture to the monitoring tools, and "gotchas" to watch out for. The white paper covers the questions ...
The Internet and growing use of Web 2.0 applications have left organizations more vulnerable to attack than ever before. From smartphones to Twitter and Skype, the Internet has opened the floodgates to increasingly sophisticated exploits by hackers and cybercriminals. Coupled with the deployment of less-robust web-focused defenses, the result is web exploits that will increase for the foreseeable future.
This thorough, highly readable paper explains the latest threats from the web and the most ...
February 2010- Email is one of a company’s most widely used assets—the average corporate user sends and receives 167 messages per day. Since a company must provide employees constant access to their email accounts and retain copies of every important message, managing the email of an entire enterprise is exceedingly difficult. Many employees use Personal Storage Table (PST) files as a “personal email filing cabinet” that can burden a company’s storage and cause data loss ...
December 2010- Email messages, attachments, and electronically stored information (ESI) are discoverable and may be used as evidence in litigation. The US federal court system clarified electronic discovery rules and requirements with the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). Some 30 US state courts and Canada’s provincial courts have followed suit and enacted rules to define the role eDiscovery plays in state and provincial court systems. In this MessageLabs white paper, you’ll learn how to ...
Unmanaged employee use of email and the web can subject any organization to potentially costly risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, security breaches, lost productivity, business interruptions, and public embarrassment.
For responsible organizations operating in the age of email and the web, Acceptable Usage Policies (AUPs) are essential business tools. Clearly written and effectively communicated email and web AUPs—supported by employee training and enforced by proven technology solutions—can help employers minimize risks, ...
January 2010- This article performs a comprehensive analysis of Axigen Identity Confirmation -- a challenge/response-based anti-spam system embedded in the Axigen solution. It is a pertinent presentation of the concept, characteristics and benefits entailed by identity confirmation in the context of the overall existing challenge/response anti-spam filtering technology and the way it has been, until now, approached and made available to the general public.
December 2010- As long as online marketers profit from its use, email spam will be a serious problem for businesses of all sizes. The millions of spam messages sent every day can drain a system’s bandwidth, increase storage requirements and hamper employee productivity. To make their misdeeds even more harmful, spammers have created highly sophisticated and targeted attacks. Fraudulent email messages that sell bargain-priced pharmaceuticals, expensive watches and phony college degrees trick unsuspecting users and damage ...
December 2010- Email threats such as spam are well known, but there's another major entry point into your network, the Web! As companies have become more adept at stopping email threats, cyber-criminals have discovered new ways to infiltrate corporate networks through the Internet. Uncover the newest Web-based threats targeting businesses and learn how to stop them before they can disrupt your business. This whitepaper discusses how cyber-criminals use converged threats (email and web combined attacks) to manipulate ...
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