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Secure in a Foundry
Foundry Networks™, Inc. announced that they would be incorporating Secure Shell (SSH) Technology for free in all of its high-performance switching devices. That’s right! Foundry Networks has just made every Network Manager’s dream come true.

SECURE BROWSER: Secure in a Foundry Secure in a Foundry G. Duhaime - June 9, 2000 Read Comments G. Duhaime - June 9, 2000 Event Summary Foundry Networks, Inc. announced that it would be incorporating Secure Shell Technology into all high-performance switching devices free of charge. According to Ken Cheng, Vice President of marketing for Foundry Networks, The internet has become the mass communication medium and an economic way to communicate among remote sites. It is used increasingly to access networking devices for
6/9/2000

Secure Your Search Engine
Webservers running the search engines are vulnerable to a serious security compromises. Without careful implementation, user passwords and logins can be stolen, and the entire server could be brought to its knees by hackers.

SECURE BROWSER: Secure Your Search Engine Secure Your Search Engine L. Taylor - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary A serious root level compromise on Zeus Technologies high-performance web-server was reported on the well-known Bugtraq security mailing list earlier today. In its insecure state, the Zeus search engine, which is transportable to virtual websites, can be used to request any file on the webserver, including the password file which contains the root password. Once you are logged into a UNIX server
10/26/1999

Secure Mobile ERP—Is It Possible?
Mobile devices are the workstation of the future—the new normal. Today’s organizations need to support mobile devices, whether this means adapting current enterprise solutions or evaluating new enterprise solutions. But this presents new security challenges. Read this article to discover how information technology (IT) departments can collaborate with end users to find a balance between control and access.

SECURE BROWSER: Secure Mobile ERP—Is It Possible? Secure Mobile ERP—Is It Possible? Rick Veague - April 10, 2012 Read Comments The proliferation and increasing power of handheld devices and rising expectations among enterprise resource planning (ERP) and enterprise asset management (EAM) users for constant mobile access to business data is creating new demands and challenges for corporate information technology (IT) departments. With the trend toward bring your own device (BYOD), IT departments are finding it
4/11/2012 10:12:00 AM

Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot
Tempest Software has announced the release of TMS (Tempest Messenger System) version 3.1.1. The product allows suppliers and customers to query corporate databases without any direct access to the actual web or database servers. A firewall is placed between the Internet and the internal systems and the firewall is configured to allow no incoming traffic. This product should prove to be a great annoyance to hackers everywhere.

SECURE BROWSER: Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot M. Reed - October 30, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - October 30, 2000 Event Summary Tempest Software, Inc. today announced it is shipping Release 3.1.1 of its flagship TMS (Tempest Messenger System) product. The enhanced capabilities in this new release are said to raise the standards of performance in Internet enterprise application exchange. The new release includes a feature referred to as TSWEG , or Tempest Secure Web Gateway, which
10/30/2000

Code Signing Certificates - Secure Delivery of Code and Content to Browsers
thawte's Code Signing certificate confirms publisher details and content integrity of downloadable code. It is strongly recommended for any publisher who plans to distribute code or content over the Internet or corporate extranets. Find out how your signature is verified and how customers can confidently and safely download applets, plug-ins, or macros from your site.

SECURE BROWSER: Code Signing Certificates - Secure Delivery of Code and Content to Browsers Code Signing Certificates - Secure Delivery of Code and Content to Browsers Source: Thawte Document Type: White Paper Description: thawte s Code Signing certificate confirms publisher details and content integrity of downloadable code. It is strongly recommended for any publisher who plans to distribute code or content over the Internet or corporate extranets. Find out how your signature is verified and how customers can
6/8/2005 1:40:00 PM

Extended Validation Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates: New Standards to Inspire Trust and Increase Sales
Many consumers don’t trust Web site safety enough to complete an e-commerce transaction—and consequently, billions of dollars in sales are lost. How can you combat this trend and ensure your customers trust you enough to share their sensitive data in online transactions? Learn how an extended validation SSL certificate increases the visibility of authentication status—to help assure your visitors find your site is safe.

SECURE BROWSER: Extended Validation Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates: New Standards to Inspire Trust and Increase Sales Extended Validation Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates: New Standards to Inspire Trust and Increase Sales Source: Thawte Document Type: White Paper Description: Many consumers don’t trust Web site safety enough to complete an e-commerce transaction—and consequently, billions of dollars in sales are lost. How can you combat this trend and ensure your customers trust you enough to share
8/28/2008 9:41:00 AM

Sub7 Tells Chat Rooms All Your Stuff; F-Secure Leads the Battle
A hacker program called Sub7 will tell IRC channels all the stuff you don't want people to know.

SECURE BROWSER: Rooms All Your Stuff; F-Secure Leads the Battle Sub7 Tells Chat Rooms All Your Stuff; F-Secure Leads the Battle L. Taylor - June 29, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - June 29, 2000   Event Summary Written as a full-featured, and well-organized computer program, a program called Sub7 divulges all kinds of information about you, and your computer, to IRC channels. Purportedly written by someone who goes by the name Mobman, Sub7 has been cropping up all over the Internet for months. Sub7 is well documented,
6/29/2000

Aberdeen Research Brief: Email Security in the Cloud—More Secure! Compliant! Less Expensive!
This paper compares on-premise versus SaaS, hosted solutions for email security. You can see that there is research that proves hosted services is a better choice for compliance, security, and costs, especially when it comes to email. If you’re an IT managers who is undecided about the SaaS model, this is a must-read.

SECURE BROWSER:   email security,   secure email,   encrypted email,   enterprise security,   software as a service,   email archiving,   email encryption,   online crm,   crm solutions,   crm on demand,   zoho crm,   managed security,   saas software,   hosted crm,   encrypt email,   saas crm,   saas service,   secure messaging,   saas model Source: Symantec Learn more about Symantec Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! ERP Implementation Best Practices:
8/27/2010 4:41:00 PM

Server-gated Cryptography: Providing Better Security for More Users
Server-gated cryptography (SGC) as part of your secure socket layer (SSL) certificate can protect you from the dangers waiting in cyberspace. But first you should know how SGC-enabled SSL certificates work and why they are different from other certificates. Find out how SGC-enabled SSL can help you assure your customers that you have stronger encryption, greater privacy, and reduced risks of fraud and identity theft.

SECURE BROWSER: as part of your secure socket layer (SSL) certificate can protect you from the dangers waiting in cyberspace. But first you should know how SGC-enabled SSL certificates work and why they are different from other certificates. Find out how SGC-enabled SSL can help you assure your customers that you have stronger encryption, greater privacy, and reduced risks of fraud and identity theft. Server-gated Cryptography: Providing Better Security for More Users style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered
8/28/2008 12:29:00 PM

Open, Manage, and Accelerate SSL Encrypted Applications
Although secure sockets layer (SSL) is a ubiquitous enabler of e-commerce and outsourcing, it creates a special challenge for network administrators and security professionals because its encryption is known to decelerate data. In order to regain control over application delivery—when everything business-related is encrypted—organizations need to look toward SSL-aware solutions that can help decipher and accelerate data.

SECURE BROWSER: White Paper Description: Although secure sockets layer (SSL) is a ubiquitous enabler of e-commerce and outsourcing, it creates a special challenge for network administrators and security professionals because its encryption is known to decelerate data. In order to regain control over application delivery—when everything business-related is encrypted—organizations need to look toward SSL-aware solutions that can help decipher and accelerate data. Open, Manage, and Accelerate SSL Encrypted Applications
11/16/2007 6:36:00 PM

Financial IT Reg Enforcement Service: Using FFIEC Security Best Practices to Ensure Laptops and PCs are Secure and Compliant
Lawmakers and auditors have begun to require extensive safeguards for personal data residing on laptops, distributed personal computers, and handheld devices. They are also mandating protections for data being transferred to and from mobile employees over wireless connections and public networks. This white paper discusses the ensuing challenges faced by financial institutions and describes some of the tools that exist to prove compliance.

SECURE BROWSER: Laptops and PCs are Secure and Compliant Financial IT Reg Enforcement Service: Using FFIEC Security Best Practices to Ensure Laptops and PCs are Secure and Compliant Source: Fiberlink Document Type: White Paper Description: Lawmakers and auditors have begun to require extensive safeguards for personal data residing on laptops, distributed personal computers, and handheld devices. They are also mandating protections for data being transferred to and from mobile employees over wireless connections and
3/19/2012 3:33:00 PM


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