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Intrusion Detection is the act of detecting actions that attempt to compromise the confidentiality, integrity or availability of a resource. Intrusion Detection can be performed manually or automatically. Manual intrusion detection might take place by examining log files or other evidence for signs of intrusions, including network traffic. A system that performs automated intrusion detection is called an Intrusion Detection System (IDS). An IDS can be either host-based, if it monitors system calls or logs, or network-based if it monitors the flow of network packets.
White Paper Published By: SafeNet
Published Date: Sep 08, 2010
This paper will provide insight into the top five threats to the online banking in the financial services industry and SafeNet's recommended solutions for a defense that not only provides a secure transaction environment for customers but also satisfies stringent government and industry compliance regulations.
White Paper Published By: Brocade
Published Date: Sep 07, 2010
The trend toward more collaborative and open learning environments, fueled by the explosive adoption of mobile devices among students and faculty, makes higher-education campuses fertile
ground for wireless LAN technology.
White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Aug 30, 2010
Stronger Measures Have Become Essential To Defend Against Growing Attacks. Database security is the last line of defense, so it deserves greater focus on the protection of private data from both internal and external attacks than IT pros have traditionally given it.
This industry report covers the email gateway market. Gartner, Inc. positions Gartner in the Leaders quadrant in its 2010 Magic Quadrant for Secure Email Gateways (anti-spam, anti-virus, outbound content filtering, email encryption, intrusion prevention).
White Paper Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Apr 23, 2010
This free email encryption whitepaper from Osterman Research discusses key issues around the encryption of both email and file transfer systems, some of the leading statutes that require sensitive content to be encrypted, and suggestions for moving forward with encryption.
Webinar Published By: McAfee Inc
Published Date: Nov 16, 2009
With all the benefits and opportunities the Internet provides, it can also be a very inhospitable place, requiring organizations' constant vigilance to protect themselves from attack. To better understand important security issues affecting organizations today, IDC recently completed a survey of more than 260 IT and Firewall managers and executives in the US and Europe that aimed to profile their organization's firewall deployments.
White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Sep 10, 2009
Read this Trend and Risk report from IBM® ISS X-Force® to learn statistical information about all aspects of threats that affect Internet security, including software vulnerabilities and public exploitation, malware, spam, phishing, web-based threats, and more!
White Paper Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Jun 30, 2009
Find out whether your health company's network systems are well enough to pass an internal security checkup, or are running the risk of a much more invasive examination by federal regulators and plaintiff's lawyers.
Keeping data secure in a mobile environment is not just a daunting challenge, but a critical requirement. Loss and theft of computers leaves sensitive data vulnerable, creating serious financial and legal risks.
In this whitepaper, the Ponemon Institute shares its findings on the use of encryption on laptops by corporate employees. It shows that many employees may not be taking the most basic precautions to secure their company laptop.
The greatest threat to enterprise data security comes from inside threats. Securing the enterprise requires an understanding of the data leak points, environment, people, and processes for managing sensitive information. This white paper explains how network-based and endpoint-based solutions can work together to provide the broadest protection available while ensuring scalability and manageability, and that employee productivity is not impacted.
Data breaches can carry very serious consequences, such as the revelation in February 2008 that that the Hannaford Brothers chain of supermarkets lost more than four million debit and credit card numbers to hackers. The bottom line is that organizations must implement Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems to protect themselves against the growing array of threats they face from inadvertent and malicious data leaks from email, instant messaging and other systems.
In January of 2008, a random sample of online technical newsletter subscribers at midsize companies (100-5,000 employees) received an email invitation to participate in a survey about data protection solutions use at their organizations. The goal of the survey was to identify sources of and/or reasons for information security breaches, and to better understand how businesses are planning to protect themselves against data leaks. The following report presents top line results of the study.