Mission critical defense
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February 2013- Microsoft® Active Directory® Rights Management Services (AD RMS) provides protection to digital documents that meet enterprise and governmental security governance requirements. Since Microsoft's support of AD RMS protects Microsoft Office® documents only, Microsoft provides a RMS Software Development Kit (SDK) for software companies to extend AD RMS support beyond Office documents. Read more now
February 2013- This white paper will focus on a solution to create, collaborate, edit, and secure PDF documents. To understand more details of the other components of a complete enterprise PDF solution can be found here
February 2013- While IT managers can’t predict when disaster will strike, they can take steps to ensure that service will be restored as quickly as possible when it does. Raritan’s Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Solutions helps IT staff to quickly, efficiently and accurately troubleshoot, diagnose and repair post-disaster system failures.
February 2013- While many organizations have employed smart card identification to enhance their physical security infrastructure, data centers in particular can benefit greatly from the two-factor authentication that a smart card inherently provides to the logical realm. When seeking a smart card-enabled KVM system, choose not only a solution that fulfills the basic requirement of supporting PKI authentication to multiple servers from a single location, but also one that makes the necessary KVM feature adjustments to enable ...
To ensure the secure transmission of classified and secret information, the U.S. Government has mandated that beginning April, 2013 all access to military, intelligence, and other classified systems will require the use of a limited-access computer network Secret Internet Provider Network (SIPRNet) token.
Even after organizations upgrade their systems for SIPRNet token access and issue hardware tokens, complying with the DoD mandate still poses significant challenges: How can authorized users quickly and securely ...
January 2013- Cloud computing represents a strategic generational shift in how IT operates. It can help IT address growing pressures to be more flexible and more responsive to business needs. It can increase IT efficiency and agility, and help reduce risk of operation in organizations of all sizes. Most important, cloud computing can make IT more reliable, without sacrificing security and governance.
January 2013- A secure cloud is attainable. In fact, industry luminaries David Hunter of VMware and Arthur Coviello of EMC say clouds can be more secure than physical infrastructure. These professionals explain how to keep your cloud secure and the security solutions offered by VMware and RSA.
January 2013- With the introduction of BYOD and its associated threats, Network Access Control has emerged as a compliance-critical solution. Discover how NAC policies and approaches can secure guest devices and mitigate the risk of BYOD access to the enterprise.
Organizations struggle to realize benefits of next-generation firewalls
Learn what IT professionals had to say about adopting and migrating to next-generation firewalls at their organizations, including adoption drivers, priorities, and the challenges they encounter.
The Skybox Security Next-Generation Firewall Survey 2012, conducted in conjunction with Osterman Research, polled more than 200 respondents worldwide in varying information security and C-level roles involved in the IT decision making process.
Among the findings:
Vulnerability scanning, or the process of identifying a list of known security gaps in the network environment, is the focal point for most enterprise vulnerability management programs. Before any action can be taken to assess risks or prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation – you have to know the extent of your vulnerability challenge.
The use of vulnerability scanners as security assessment tools is nearly ubiquitous in large organizations. Regular network scans are recommended by security ...
Survey reveals pitfalls of traditional vulnerability scanners
Learn what IT professionals had to say about vulnerability management programs at their organizations, including how often and what zones they scan, and the challenges they encounter.
The Skybox Security Vulnerability Management Survey 2012, conducted in conjunction with Osterman Research, polled more than 100 IT decision makers including security managers, and network and systems engineers involved in vulnerability management processes.
Among the findings:
December 2012- IBM Security and IBM Information Management solutions for security work with the IBM System z platform to allow the mainframe to serve as an enterprise security hub, providing comprehensive, centralized security capabilities for organizations with distributed, multiplatform IT environments.
December 2012- Cloud computing is changing the way we use computing and has the potential for significant economic and efficiency benefits. But the speed of adoption depends on how quickly trust in new cloud models can be established. Some of the growing cloud security concerns include: security of highly virtualised environments from targeted threats and attacks, enabling secure collaboration, protection of the data (isolation, sharing) in a rapid provisioning and deprovisioning environment while experiencing the loss of ...
December 2012- In complex organizations with sprawling role structures, managing user access and entitlements can be overwhelming. As part of an effective strategy for identity and access management governance, role management is a powerful method with which to strengthen and streamline the management process. Although role management solutions may help, many are overly complex and are not suited for business users. To find out how the integrated Role and Policy Modeler component of IBM Security Identity Manager ...
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December 2012- Mobile devices that are entering the market and workplace need to strike a balance between security and usability. This white paper reveals how Dell's new Windows 8 devices have been designed from the ground up with BYOD in mind. Find out how they embrace both personal and professional needs of end users and IT needs.
Few businesses could function without email, and email provides a critical coordination
tool during an outage, yet due to the cost and complexity of providing true email continuity many businesses do not have business continuity plans that protect email adequately.
Read why continuity and archiving services may prove more cost effective for email than high-availability clustering, especially when considered in the light of continued governance, risk mitigation and compliance.
Read this white paper to find out why SaaS email solutions built on the latest grid technology and from the right vendor can satisfy new archiving demands reliably and cost-effectively in ways that an on-premise solution cannot, with pay-as-you-go pricing, robust technology and expertise to help you meet emerging regulatory, legal and other requirements.
These solutions must also be considered in the context of overall organizational email needs: the right archiving solution can ...
November 2012- This white paper is aimed at senior staff responsible for company policy on risk, compliance and internal governance. It does not cover the technologies available for creating and implementing Data Leak Prevention (DLP) solutions in depth, but rather seeks to highlight the issues DLP is designed to solve and how these issues fit into a wider context of information security, compliance and risk.
November 2012- Through a series of case studies, Inc. and Carbonite explore the all-too-common small business ‘nightmare’, data loss – and, examine the consequences suffered as a result of being ill-prepared. Experts Pete Lamson, senior vice president for small business at Carbonite, and Philip Jan Rothstein, president of Rothstein Associates Inc., weigh-in on the importance of making data protection a business priority. With proper – and more importantly, proactive - planning, small businesses can aptly prepare for whatever may ...
November 2012- Research from the Insurance Institute states that up to 40 percent of small businesses affected by disaster will never reopen. Carbonite provides 10 easy tips to help small businesses develop a solid disaster preparedness plan. Having such a plan in place, helps businesses minimize loss and disruption and return to normal business operations as quickly as possible in the event of a disaster. Through this checklist, small business owners will receive ideas on how to appropriately assess ...
November 2012- Carbonite discusses the various steps taken to ensure the continual security and protection of customer data. Specifically, there are five areas of critical importance Carbonite focuses on – highly redundant disk drives, hardened data center facilities and best-in-class operations, specialized system monitoring software, world-class network security and encryption, and transparent access to your backup status. In this article, we explore each of these areas in-depth and the measures taken to uphold Carbonite’s commitment to data ...
To stay productive, mobile workers want access to the same data they have in the office-including data stored in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems such as Microsoft® SharePoint.
When users discover that SharePoint data can't be accessed easily on tablets and smartphones, they often work around corporate IT departments (and corporate IT security policies), and post files to a variety of cloud file sharing services. But these file-sharing services represent a significant security ...
Smartphones and tablets are everywhere. Most companies allow employees to use personal mobile devices to access corporate data, but they typically have very little visibility into which employees are accessing corporate data and what kinds of devices they're using. As a result, they are blind to the risks these devices present to their corporate data.
This white paper highlights key mobile security risks and describes how pervasive they are based on data from ...
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), with its over 200 requirements, can seem like a daunting set of regulations. Nonetheless, if your organization handles any kind of credit card information, you must be PCI DSS compliant. As difficult as this can seem, you can get expert help with our new eBook: Demystifying PCI DSS: Expert Tips and Explanations to Help You Gain PCI DSS Compliance.
When you download this free eBook, ...
November 2012- Companies are increasingly loosening policies to allow employee-owned devices to connect to corporate resources. More than 75% of the knowledge-based workforce uses a mobile device to access the corporate network. The typical knowledge worker now averages 2.8 devices that may connect to the network. AccelOps makes this a no-compromise decision.
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