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Enterprise 2.0 Guide :Table of Contents

Security Concerns


The Growing Security Challenges of Mobility and Web 2.0 (ebizQ)
Web 2.0 applications like Instant Messaging, social networking and peer-to-peer software are often open to exploits by potential intruders. More troubling, studies show most employees use this type of applications at work every work, unaware of the potential dangers.

Securing Web 2.0 (ebizQ)
Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 is based on a certain level of trust in its users. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice security. Learn how to create new routines for a Web 2.0 environment, how to use the latest testing tools, the tricks for defeating client-side decryption hacks and more here.

Managing the Risk of Collaboration Tools (ebizQ)
Using Microsoft SharePoint as an example, this article explores the potential vulnerabilities of collaboration applications. Virtualization is another unprecedented threat, where the very virtues that makes it valuable (anytime, anywhere) also makes it a security bull’s eye. Where does this leave companies in terms of identity management, intrusion detection and compliance?

How Web 2.0 is Challenging Corporate Security (ebizQ)
Security guru Andre Yee believes that the “consumerization of IT” , ie. Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0, is causing a new breed of security problems. The root cause is employees using Web 2.0 applications at home, such is peer-to-peer networks and Instant Messaging, then bringing those same tools into the corporate environment.

Social Networking vs. Corporate Security (ebizQ)
Is there cause to be concerned about social networking sites? Doesn’t LinkedIn and others provide distinct business benefits? Yes, but it’s also the kind of sites that gets targeted for new exploits, blogger Andre Yee says. The sites also make for good platforms to launch attacks, not counting the productivity loss or potential for accidentally divulged company secrets.

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