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IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray
IBM debuts an extremely competitive business network appliance with its new NetVista PCs. Now if it can just fix that direct Web site...

embedded security chip  Features such as the embedded Security Chip, available on select models of the legacy-free NetVista S40, provide 256-bit encryption for extremely secure network and Internet transactions. Market Impact This year has seen a trend toward slimmed-down PCs as product offerings. Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] and Compaq [NYSE:CPQ] already have similar business appliance PCs; Dell [NASDAQ:DELL] and Gateway [NYSE:GTW] have pitched their appliances to the consumer market. Here's where the entry level NetVista stacks Read More
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RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics
Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe

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Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times--A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Four: RFID Software Issues
Logically, radio frequency identification (RFID) deployment will be a far cry from a minor development project that can be completed in a few months or weeks

embedded security chip  with an RFID chip embedded in their ID badges to automatically record their transactions and even control their authorizations for a given area to detect security issues? These futuristic-sounding scenarios (though not necessarily of the future, given such technology was employed decades ago, but only where its price was justified, like in the defense industry or to track the movements of precious pets) are being touted as the applications of an automatic identification and data capture technology named r Read More
Smart Enterprise Single Sign-on (ESSO)
The increasing number of passwords actually decrease productivity and present a security risk when people get frustrated and write their passwords on a sticky

embedded security chip  microchip that may contain embedded integrated circuits, memory, or a microprocessor. The card’s microprocessor can be individually programmed, which means that functional scope of a smart card is limited only by the available memory and the processor’s limitations. Microprocessors are frequently used to perform cryptographic operations to protect the stored data from unauthorized third-party access Cryptography / Encryption A process where plaintext is converted into a secret code using an Read More
RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part One: RFID Technology
For retailers and the other vertical industries, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags present enormous opportunities to improve supply chain operations

embedded security chip  capture information from the embedded RFID tags. These antennae then pass the data onto the WMS application, which accepts the information and automatically receives the inventory, thereby eliminating the manual receiving processes of counting and scanning individual items, cartons, or pallets. Real-time inventory control, tracking, and alerting capabilities would be other very important advantages of RFID. As tagged inventory goes through ports, terminals, freight forwarders, and actually into a DC, the Read More
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

embedded security chip  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. Read More
IT Security Guide: Unified Threat Management
While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security

embedded security chip  Security Guide: Unified Threat Management While large enterprises have the resources to manage an overly complex series of inline devices and the requisite staff to perform all manner of security functions, small to medium businesses (SMBs) cannot afford to deploy them all, even though they are subject to the same level of attacks. Unified threat management (UTM) is the gateway security solution that has evolved along with the rise of enterprise security threats. Read More
Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For

embedded security chip  Study: Security Benefit Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the company access to real-time data. Read More
Standard & Poor's Announces Security Certification
After exposing numerous customers to embarrassing security vulnerabilities, S&P announces a security certification program.

embedded security chip  & Poor's Announces Security Certification Standard & Poor's Announces Security Certification L. Taylor - July 31, 2000 Event Summary Earlier this year, some private industry security experts, in conjunction with SecurityFocus.com, identified and exposed the security vulnerabilities on Standard & Poor's Comstock boxes. TEC published the story of this security faux pas earlier this month. After the story was published, Standard & Poor's announced a certification program dubbed Security Circle Read More
Integrated Security: A New Network Approach
The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of information security even more critical to enabling

embedded security chip  Security: A New Network Approach Executive Summary As organizations become more dependent on their networks for business transactions, external data sharing, and simple day-to-day communications, the need increases for these networks to be more accessible and operational. But as accessibility to the network becomes easier, so does gaining access to the critical data they are storing. The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of Read More
IT Security- What You Don't Know Can Cost You Big
In the white paper 7 essential steps to security risk reduction, you'll learn about a program that quantifies your security system's ability to han...

embedded security chip  Security- What You Don't Know Can Cost You Big You have a network and data security system in place. But can you measure its level of effectiveness? Or its preparedness to respond to new threats? If you can't, you're flying blind, and it could cost you. Without the ability to monitor and measure the state of your security system, you're giving up the ability to truly manage it—and that could mean the difference between failure and success. In the white paper 7 Essential Steps to Security Risk Read More
Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy
Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial

embedded security chip  Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast & Easy If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Qualys® is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California, with offices in France, Germany, the U.K., Japan and Hong Kong, and has partners worldwide. Source : Qualys Resources Related to Security Compliance : Regulatory Compliance (Wikipedia) Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Read More
New Market for Security Insurance
Some insurance companies are now offering policies which protect companies against system, network, and website security losses. What do these policies offer

embedded security chip  Market for Security Insurance Event Summary In light of the heightened exposure various companies are facing regarding website, network, and system security compromises, insurance brokers are jumping on the bandwagon, offering customized Security Insurance Polices that protect companies with information technology infrastructures against numerous risks not covered by their required standard corporate General Liability Insurance Policy. Some of the kinds of protections these policies cover are: Loss due Read More
Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0
April is the cruelest month for operating system security holes. Red Hat posted a fix within six hours, but Microsoft leaves us… still waiting!

embedded security chip  will execute any extra, embedded commands included with the password change. Red Hat should be commended for their swift response to the security hole. In comparison, Microsoft spent three days even denying that there was a problem. To quote a Microsoft spokeswoman Luisa Vacca, [I] t is a really, really miniscule vulnerability. In no way is it a back door in the product. It's a pinhole. Microsoft has steadfastly maintained that Interdev 1.0 is really just a five-year-old piece of link checking Read More
Security for Small and Medium Businesses
We all know what security means when we think of our home. Did we lock the door when we left for the day? Is the stove turned off? Computer security for the

embedded security chip  for Small and Medium Businesses We all know what security means when we think of our home. Did we lock the door when we left for the day? Is the stove turned off? Computer security for the small to medium business (SMB) must address similar concerns. Can a hacker gain access to its servers? How can a business protect its data? Entry Points A personal computer virus is a hidden software program that spreads from personal computer to computer. Infection comes from reading an e-mail that has a virus Read More

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