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Identix Leads Biometric Authentication
Perhaps the most exciting product released at last Comdex, was the Identix DFR-300 Fingerprint Scanner. Implemented in Compaq, Dell, and Toshiba laptops, the

airport security scanners  25 airlines, and 700 airport employees is currently being tested in three phases. O'Hare is currently in the 3rd phase of this three phase project. After pilot program is complete, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration will be evaluating the results for security, speed, accuracy, and ease of use. With over 100 resellers across the world, including Compaq, Motorola, and NetNanny, the increase in the number of hits search engines are seeing for Indentix products is staggering. Product Strengths BioLogon Read More

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The Internet is having an identity crisis. Long regarded as a powerful tool for cost reduction and service enhancement, the Internet is falling short of its

airport security scanners  achieve remote authentication-the typical airport internet kiosk is not today equipped with any form of biometric reader device. Biometrics can be used to achieve multi-factor authentication. Retinal scans and fingerprints are clearly something you are, and combined with a password or PIN are constitutive of a multi-factor authentication system. While some biometric authentication mechanisms can provide person presence, these systems come at significant additional expense and severely curtailed conven Read More
Security Strategies for the Midsized Business
Midsize businesses face the same security threats as larger companies, and likewise they must comply with the same regulations. But, their security budgets are

airport security scanners  Strategies for the Midsized Business Midsize businesses face the same security threats as larger companies, and likewise they must comply with the same regulations. But, their security budgets are smaller. The good news is that IT security systems don’t have to be expensive. Learn about the top three security problems, how to develop security policies using integrated security solutions, and how to do vulnerability assessment with low-cost security tools. Read More
End-to-end Encryption Security Requirements
The Secure POS Vendors Alliance (SPVA) commissioned the End-to-end Security workgroup to provide clear guidelines on the application of encryption technology to

airport security scanners  to-end Encryption Security Requirements The Secure POS Vendors Alliance (SPVA) commissioned the End-to-end Security workgroup to provide clear guidelines on the application of encryption technology to payment card data used for retail financial transactions. This document addresses encrypting payment card data in tamper-resistant security modules. Read More
Microsoft Dynamics GP: Planning for Security
Keeping up-to-date on security features is challenging for any size business. Making your computer system secure without sacrificing usability isn’t easy. In

airport security scanners  Dynamics GP: Planning for Security Keeping up-to-date on security features is challenging for any size business. Making your computer system secure without sacrificing usability isn’t easy. In fact, careful planning is absolutely necessary to ensure a secure system that works for you. Whether you’re worried about hackers, phishing, or internal breaches, there is a security solution to help you protect your critical data. Read More
Data Security Is Less Expensive than Your Next Liability Lawsuit: Best Practices in Application Data Security
Insecure data. Heavy fines due to non-compliance. Loss of customers and reputation. It adds up to a nightmare scenario that businesses want to avoid at all

airport security scanners  Security Is Less Expensive than Your Next Liability Lawsuit: Best Practices in Application Data Security Insecure data. Heavy fines due to non-compliance. Loss of customers and reputation. It adds up to a nightmare scenario that businesses want to avoid at all costs. However, this nightmare is preventable: knowledge base-driven data security solutions can be critical tools for enterprises wanting to secure not only their data—but also their status in the marketplace. Read More
Network Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village
With a new organizational strategy, Network Associates hopes to retain and recruit savvy security engineers and leverage the hot IT security market for outside

airport security scanners  Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village Event Summary Security monolith, Network Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: NETA) has reorganized itself to become a holding company of four independent security subsidiaries: PGP Security, Sniffer Technologies, Magic Solutions, and McAfee Corporation which spun off with its own IPO last December. Each of the four divisions stand to hire their own CEO or president to lead the strategic developments of their respective organizations. On top of the new Read More
Fundamental Principles of Network Security
As the complexity of security threats increases, so do the security measures needed to protect networks. Data center operators, network administrators, and

airport security scanners  Principles of Network Security As the complexity of security threats increases, so do the security measures needed to protect networks. Data center operators, network administrators, and other data center professionals need to comprehend the basics of security to safely deploy and manage networks today. Find out what you need to know about the fundamentals of secure networking systems, including firewalls, network topology, and secure protocols. Read More
Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations
Internet security in Saudi Arabia does not go overlooked. Are the Saudis being over zealous and paranoid, or are they practicing smart network security?

airport security scanners  Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations Event Summary In The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the entire Internet backbone is concealed behind a countrywide firewall that is built on Sun Solaris servers using the freeware proxy server known as Squid. The firewall is located at the King Abdul Aziz University for Science and Technology (KACST). To keep foreign nations from viewing various local Saudi websites, the massive firewall blocks TCP/IP ports 80 and 443 for all connections coming into Read More
Institute for Applied Network Security (IANS)
The Institute for Applied Network Security (IANS) conducts and publishes research and analysis. IANS also holds forums and peer-based roundtable discussions.

airport security scanners  for Applied Network Security (IANS) The Institute for Applied Network Security (IANS) conducts and publishes research and analysis. IANS also holds forums and peer-based roundtable discussions. Read More
Best Practices for Deploying LAN Security and NAC
Good security used to mean perimeter firewalls and desktop anti-virus software. However, threats don’t come just from outside the company any more. That means

airport security scanners  Practices for Deploying LAN Security and NAC Good security used to mean perimeter firewalls and desktop anti-virus software. However, threats don’t come just from outside the company any more. That means security must go beyond the desktop and into the network infrastructure itself. You can stop security breaches at the source—with multimethod and microsecond threat detection—before any damage is done to your network and your business. Read More
Security in the Software Development Lifecycle
Application security is an important emerging requirement in software development. This article introduces CLASP, an application security process and plug-in to

airport security scanners  in the Software Development Lifecycle Application security is an important emerging requirement in software development. This article introduces CLASP, an application security process and plug-in to IBM 's Rational Unified Process environment. It was developed by Secure Software, and gives organizations a structured way to address security concerns during the software development lifecycle. Read More
Top 5 Security Tips for 2009
In the white paper top 5 security tips for 2009, discover what smaller companies like yours can do to protect themselves from security threats that...

airport security scanners  5 Security Tips for 2009 If you think your business is not at risk, then think again. Internet security is no longer just a concern for large targets such as banks, but is a serious reality many small and mid size companies have to deal with. Faced with the same security challenges, how can smaller organizations manage without the same IT budget or resources ? What can these businesses do to have the same level of protection? In the white paper Top 5 Security Tips for 2009 , discover what smaller Read More
Security Breach: Now What?
When people's lives or financial transactions are at risk, proper Security Incident handling is of extreme importance.

airport security scanners  Breach: Now What? 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 for? Enlisting the Process and Reporting Every organization should Read More
Outsourcing Security Part 1: Noting the Benefits
Without effective security, companies risk losing money and customer trust. With good security, companies have the power to maintain stakeholder value, customer

airport security scanners  Security Part 1: Noting the Benefits Introduction Remember the carefree days of summer? The memories aren't so positive for many corporations hit by cyber attacks during the summer of 2001. Three especially menacing threats-CodeRed, CodeRed II, and Nimda-cost U.S. corporations more than 12.3 billion dollars. After the fall-out, one company reported it had over 60 software engineers working for a week to recover from Nimda, and it still had work to do. For many organizations, these recent Read More
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