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02/18/2002 A Security Assessment Methodology  
If management doesn't clearly understand the motivations and methodologies of potential security vendors, a security assessment may confuse matters rather than improve them. This excerpt from a white paper by security vendor Vigilinx provides some background on security assessments and presents a methodology for an effective assessment:
04/15/2002 The Practical Application of Managed Security Services Gold Club Protected
Increasingly, companies are turning to managed security services to help them safeguard their e-business operations. This paper by Vigilinx Digital Security Solutions examines why companies are adopting MSS and explains the requirements for designing a successful MSS strategy and selecting the right provider:
03/17/2002 10 Steps Toward Comprehensive Security  
Low budgeting, technology bias and a poor understanding of the security levels of the new technologies can cripple your enterprise's security. Here, Infosys Technologies analyst George Eby Mathew discusses the broad issues to be considered when preparing an enterprise security strategy:
05/06/2002 Developing a Security Infrastructure  
Security has become a critical issue for all organizations. Too often, though, companies employ a mishmash of security systems, burdening employees with multiple passwords and sign-ons, and taxing IT administrators with the constant updating of redundant user profiles. What's needed, says Arvind Krishna of Tivoli Software, is a single security infrastructure. Here, he lays out the whys and hows of a unified security architecture:
04/29/2002 Securing Communications Over an Intranet: Part 2  
In Part 1 of Mindbridge Software's feature on Intranet security, the authors explained the uses and protocols for cryptography. Now they look at various cryptography deployment scenarios and trade-offs:
02/25/2002 What About Biometrics? Gold Club Protected
Biometrics is predominantly viewed as "extra security" and not as a primary means of authentication. However, this perception is changing as extranets, remote access devices and VPNs are beginning to employ biometric techniques to provide secure access to a company's private or sensitive data. This Infosys report explores the use, and the constraints, of biometrics in enterprise security:
05/13/2002 Enhancing VPN Security with Digital Certificates Gold Club Protected
Many organizations have turned to VPNs--virtual private networks--to secure their communication lines between branch offices and remote employees and partners. But while VPNs provide basic encryption, additional strong authentication is needed, argues Alison Benson of Baltimore Technologies. Here, she explains how digital certificates improve VPN security:
04/01/2002 Why We Need Web Services Networks  
For Web services to offer practical benefits, says Dave Spicer of Flamenco Networks, they need to be accompanied by an infrastructure that can provide enhanced security, management capabilities and guaranteed, real-time delivery of messages. Here, he explains how Web services networks can provide just such an infrastructure:
04/22/2002 Securing Communications Over an Intranet: Part 1  
Cryptography plays a pivotal role in safeguarding enterprise networks, and our two-part feature from Mindbridge Software looks in-depth at its use. In this first part, the authors discuss the motivations and protocols for deploying cryptographic technology throughout the enterprise:
04/08/2002 e-Payments: Credit Cards on the Internet Gold Club Protected
Credit card payments have remained fundamentally unchanged since the early '80s--and so have the risks, notes Aconite consultant Richard Jewson. In this white paper, he offers insights on how vendors can work to reduce the risks associated with online card payments, explaining the basic components of an e-payment system and the protocols by which the payer and payee establish trust:
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