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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.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: 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

Ernst & Young Leads Big 5 in Security
Announcing an upgrade to its online security portal, Ernst & Young, takes the lead in big 5 security services.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: Ernst & Young Leads Big 5 in Security Ernst & Young Leads Big 5 in Security L. Taylor - May 19, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - May 19, 2000 Event Summary Announcing an upgrade to its online security portal, Ernst & Young is clearly out in front of the big five when it comes to security consulting services. Its newly expanded online portal, eSecurityOnline.Com, offers a multitude of resources including newsgroups, mailing lists, vulnerability and virus information, a listing of security service offerings,
5/19/2000

NextPage Security
Documents provide tangible evidence of decisions and agreements. They contain crucial intellectual capital. And they make key contributions to your brand. As a result, your organization invests significant resources to create processes for protecting critical documents and managing associated business risks. That’s why your document security services need to work within your environment to enhance existing security processes and technologies.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: Solution for Your Business Databases and ERP Selection: Oracle vs. SQL Server Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs ERP Industry Consolidation: A New Trend or an Ongoing Process? Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software
3/2/2007 4:45:00 PM

Managing SSL Security
Secure sockets layer (SSL), an essential security protocol, has allowed the Internet to extend to e-business. At the heart SSL is the certificate. As organizations increasingly rely on SSL, the number of certificates in use can grow into the hundreds or thousands, increasing your costs. Learn about the three key areas impacting the management of SSL certificates today—and what you can do to reduce cost and complexity.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: Analytics 6 Reasons Big Data Requires Rethinking Your Middleware Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
5/23/2008 10:02:00 AM

Web Application Security: How to Minimize Prevalent Risk of Attacks
Vulnerabilities in Web applications are now the largest vector of enterprise security attacks. Attacks compromising sensitive data are often the result of “cross-site scripting,” “SQL injection,” and “buffer overflow.” As many companies have discovered, these attacks will evade traditional network defenses unless you take new precautions with automated detection. Learn more in this primer to Web application security.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: attacks. Attacks compromising sensitive data are often the result of “cross-site scripting,” “SQL injection,” and “buffer overflow.” As many companies have discovered, these attacks will evade traditional network defenses unless you take new precautions with automated detection. Learn more in this primer to Web application security. Web Application Security: How to Minimize Prevalent Risk of Attacks style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Software Asset
4/23/2009 11:18:00 AM

The 2007 Application Security Trends Report
The Internet continues to be a powerful force for driving business activity, and is increasingly being used by organizations to manage internal corporate data and operational activities. Indeed, the online presence of a business or organization depends on the use of Web applications to store, transmit, and manage confidential information. So do you know where your top Web application vulnerabilities are?

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: to manage internal corporate data and operational activities. Indeed, the online presence of a business or organization depends on the use of Web applications to store, transmit, and manage confidential information. So do you know where your top Web application vulnerabilities are? The 2007 Application Security Trends Report style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Security,   Access Control,   Firewall,   Intrusion Detection,   Network Security Monitoring,  
8/22/2007 3:31:00 PM

Emerging Security Threats Demand Comprehensive Infrastructure Monitoring
A multibillion-dollar crime industry is changing the security landscape. Cyber-theft of intellectual property, customer data, and money is on the rise—directly impact¬ing corporation’s bottom lines. To stay ahead of these targeted attacks, you need a comprehensive view of point secu¬rity solutions and infrastructure monitoring tools—without the cost-prohibitive labor hours involved in manual log analysis or proprietary aggregation tools.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: of intellectual property, customer data, and money is on the rise—directly impact¬ing corporation’s bottom lines. To stay ahead of these targeted attacks, you need a comprehensive view of point secu¬rity solutions and infrastructure monitoring tools—without the cost-prohibitive labor hours involved in manual log analysis or proprietary aggregation tools. Emerging Security Threats Demand Comprehensive Infrastructure Monitoring style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Top
12/28/2006 2:40:00 PM

The S in SAP Doesn t Stand for Security (that goes for PeopleSoft too)
During the course of product evaluations for a customer, the Technology Evaluation Center has uncovered a potential security hole in SAP R/3's three-tier architecture. SAP has revealed that they expect the database or third party products to handle security between the application server and the database server. If the client does not take these extra measures, the master password for the SAP database instance travels over the network in the clear, and can be captured. PeopleSoft has the same issue.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: logon. In case the data transfer needs to be secure also either database specific or database independent security mechanisms can be used. However, note that SAP advises to use a separate, internal subnet in the networking environment. Thus, if it is physically impossible to sniff, the security mechanisms are not mandatory. Note, that application server and database server are expected to be in a LAN environment and not connected via WAN or open Internet connection to the outside world (Only the presentat
12/8/1999

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 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.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: Security in the Software Development Lifecycle Security in the Software Development Lifecycle Source: Secure Software Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
5/15/2006 11:44:00 AM

E*Trade Ignores Private Security Warning, But Public Hullaballoo Gets Response
E*Trade was notified about a cookie vulnerability in August, but the correction wasn't made until after the problem became public.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: E*Trade Ignores Private Security Warning, But Public Hullaballoo Gets Response E*Trade Ignores Private Security Warning, But Public Hullaballoo Gets Response P. Catz - October 27, 2000 Read Comments P. Catz - September 27, 2000 Event Summary In late August computer programmer Jeff Baker discovered scenarios in which cybercriminals could compromise the password security of the users of E*Trade, an online securities trading portal. Mr. Baker reported these scenarios to the Director of System Security, and
10/27/2000

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 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.

DATA SECURITY POLICY EXAMPLE: Business 6 Reasons Big Data Requires Rethinking Your Middleware Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
8/30/2007 1:22:00 PM


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