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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.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: 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

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.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: 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

Malware Security Report
Learn how to protect your company in the VeriSign Malware Security Report.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Malware Security Report Malware Security Report Silent and unseen, malware can infect your servers and Web sites, destroy customer trust—and put your business at risk. And the problem is getting worse as cyber criminals use increasingly sophisticated techniques to spread malware through the Web. Learn how to protect your company in the VeriSign Malware Security Report . You ll learn about the methods cyber criminals use, how they attempt to profit at your expense—and how you can stop them. Protect
11/23/2010 9:00:00 AM

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.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: and Internet Services,   Database Administration,   E-commerce,   Server,   Security Source: Entrust Learn more about Entrust Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Three Keys to Better Data-driven Decisions: What You Should Know... Right Now Quality Management Single ERP Software versus Multiple Software Systems Expanding BI’s Role by Including Predictive Analytics 6 Reasons Big Data Requires Rethinking Your Middleware Acronym-Related White Papers: Business
5/23/2008 10:02:00 AM

Effective Operational Security Metrics
Due to the changing regulatory environment and the complexity of business today, organizations are facing increased accountability. Security risks, however, can often be difficult to measure and even more difficult to understand by people outside of the department. The key to demonstrating improvement is to translate security information in to business terms. Organizations must align, manage, and measure security around business operations.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Requires Rethinking Your Middleware Databases and ERP Selection: Oracle vs. SQL Server 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)
4/3/2006 2:54:00 PM

Social Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans
There are a lot of different social engineering techniques, but they all have the same basic idea. The trick behind social engineering is to get the user to give up valuable information without them suspecting anything.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Social Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans Social Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans Brien Posey - December 22, 2001 Read Comments Introduction    It s been my experience that a lot of IT professionals don t like to talk about social engineering. Perhaps they don t view it as a credible threat, or maybe they have a hard time accepting the idea that all of their hard work and countless hours spent securing the network could be so easily undone by the act of an end user
12/22/2001

Extending Information Security to Non-production Environments
You think you’re doing right by copying data so it’s available for production support. But did you know copied data is often at risk of insider theft or tampering? And that database management tools, such as encryption and digital certification, aren’t always deployed properly, thereby increasing the risk? Using a solution that centralizes database security policies can help. Find out more—before your data is desecrated.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: a solution that centralizes database security policies can help. Find out more—before your data is desecrated. Extending Information Security to Non-production Environments style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Six Sigma,   Database Management System (DBMS),   Data Cleansing,   Database Migration and Conversion,   Security,   Access Control,   Encryption and Key Management (PKI),   Spyware Detection and
9/21/2007 2:15:00 PM

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.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Web Application Security: How to Minimize Prevalent Risk of Attacks Web Application Security: How to Minimize Prevalent Risk of Attacks Source: Qualys Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
4/23/2009 11:18:00 AM

Understanding CMS Security: An In-depth Third-party Evaluation
Do you know what you need in a hosted content management system (CMS)? Have you pinpointed the security features and characteristics that are essential to compliance with internal and external policies, and industry best practices? Find out how a hosted CMS can take care of everything from user management to Web browser, Web server, database, and application security—and let you focus on your own business and content development.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Web browser, Web server, database, and application security—and let you focus on your own business and content development. Understanding CMS Security: An In-depth Third-party Evaluation style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Data and Application Distribution,   Security,   Network Security Monitoring,   Content Management System (CMS),   Content Management System (CMS),   Best Practices Source: CrownPeak Learn more about CrownPeak Readers who downloaded
3/6/2008 4:57:00 PM

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.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: 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

Best Practices for Implementing a Security Process
Security technology has evolved from static firewalls and antivirus products to suites of tools that are effective in protecting against modern threats. But without a solid process backing up the technology, organizations will still be susceptible to emerging threats. Learn more about aligning security processes with the latest security technologies to create a barrier against today’s most insidious threats.

DATABASE SECURITY POLICY SAMPLE: Best Practices for Implementing a Security Process Best Practices for Implementing a Security Process Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: Security technology has evolved from static firewalls and antivirus products to suites of tools that are effective in protecting against modern threats. But without a solid process backing up the technology, organizations will still be susceptible to emerging threats. Learn more about aligning security processes with the latest security technologies
11/17/2010 12:46:00 PM


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