This white paper examines some of the challenges that modern organizations face in their efforts to develop and adapt a compliance program that can solve today's needs and support new requirements in the future.
An organization that excels at automating, standardizing and monitoring its systems and access controls can comply not only with PCI DSS, but with many other state and federal regulations that have similar mandates. Download this paper to learn more.
In this white paper, we will examine some of the challenges that modern organizations face in their efforts to develop and adapt a compliance program to solve today's needs and support new requirements in the future.
In this white paper, we will examine some of the challenges that modern organizations face in their efforts to develop and adapt a compliance program that can solve today's needs and support new requirements in the future.
In this paper, we will analyze the relationship between SIEM and log management, focusing not only on the technical differences and different uses for these technologies, but also on architecting their joint deployments.
The broad adoption of SIEM technology is driven by security and compliance needs. Targeted attack discovery requires effective user activity, data access and application activity monitoring. Vendors are testing demand for broader-scope solutions.
User administration solutions manage identities and their attributes across systems, applications and resources. Buyers seek to demonstrate regulatory compliance while reducing project deployment times and costs.
To effectively deal with the broad and complex requirements of Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security, you need to break the elements apart to provide enhanced clarity. This document deals with file integrity monitoring (FIM) for PCI, while providing practical technical guidance to help ensure PCI Compliance before your auditor shows up to develop the ROC.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) establishes standard requirements protecting cardholder information. It applies to all entities that store, process, or transmit cardholder data, such as retail merchants, payment processors, and banks.
This paper is broken into two main sections: a presentation and analysis of the survey results, and a discussion of why organizations must be able to manage, and administer Active Directory environments securely and successfully.
This white paper outlines seven common challenges associated with securely administering Active Directory and provides some helpful insight into what NetIQ can do to assist you with these difficulties.
This white paper provides the steps to successfully implement the critical security controls listed in the CAG in order to avoid "adding another checklist" to an already overburdened and underfunded organization that is struggling to meet growing security and compliance demands. It also describes how NetIQ can help federal agencies implement and automate these controls.
The paper also provides an overview of the HITECH Act, which addresses the privacy and security concerns associated with the electronic transmission of health information, in part, through several provisions that strengthen the civil and criminal enforcement of the HIPAA rules.