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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

home security doors  Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans 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 answering an innocent question. What ever the reason, social engineering is a very real threat that needs

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Case Study: Ruckus Wireless


Like all fast-growing companies, Ruckus Wireless needed to continue to innovate quickly, speed products to market, manage costs, and meet quality and regulatory compliance requirements—while ramping up its infrastructure to manage the orders, requests, and relationships resulting from its growth. Ruckus looked for—and found—a solution to help it avoid costly errors related to manual processes. The new solution allows the extended enterprise to view and update product information, and more.

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Is IoT Changing the Face of Omnichannel Retail?


Omnichannel retail has forever changed the face of retail. And now, another recent innovation, the Internet of Things, is poised to change the face of retail—once again. TEC CRM analyst Raluca Druta keys in on how she envisions this relationship to unfold in the preamble to the full discussion on the topic later this month on ERP Conversation Live.

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Smooth Transition: Preparing for IFRS


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Outsourcing Security Part 3: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider


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home security doors  HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance Event Summary On Monday, October 11, Compaq, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel and Microsoft announced the launch of a new alliance, the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance . The Alliance has chartered itself with the mission of developing a new hardware and software specification to enable technology companies to use a more trusted and secure personal computer platform based on common standards. Alliance Chairman, David Chan of Hewlett-Packard Read More

Standard & Poor's Announces Security Certification


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@Home Scans Own Customers


@Home has been scanning their own customers to see if they are running news or webservers. If you're one of their spam happy customers, cut it out. If you've been a past victim of spam coming through their networks, hopefully some good will come out of this.

home security doors  Home Scans Own Customers Event Summary @Home has been scanning its own customers to see if they are running news or web servers. This is likely a response to the USENET Death Penalty that was called against the company for the amount of spam coming from its networks. What this means is that the systems and network administrators working at @Home are using what is known as a network scanner to look for people sending unsolicited junk mail, a lot of which is often pornographic. Specifically, they are poking Read More

Fixing Security Backdoors: Red Hat 1, Microsoft 0


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