Published By: Lumension
Published Date: Oct 20, 2014
"Just over a decade ago, the outcry over Microsoft’s security problems reached such a deafening level that it finally got the attention of Bill Gates, who wrote the famous Trustworthy Computing memo. Today, many would say that Microsoft leads the industry in security and vulnerability handling.
Now, it’s Java that’s causing the uproar. But has Oracle learned anything from Microsoft in handling these seemingly ceaseless problems? In this webinar, Randy Franklin Smith from Ultimate Windows Security will start by reviewing the wide-ranging Java security changes Oracle is promising to make. They sound so much like the improvements Microsoft made back with Trustworthy Computing that I’m amazed it hasn’t been done before! We’ll move on to discuss what you can do now to address Java security in your environment.
One of the banes of security with Java is the presence of multiple versions of Java, often on the same computer. Sometimes you really need multiple versions of Java to support appli
Expectations around web performance are soaring and organizations can no longer afford a “set it and forget it” approach to their online infrastructure. Take this 6 question Infrastructure Assessment and discover your current vulnerabilities and the risks and costs associated to them.
New security threats are emerging all the time, from new forms of malware and web application exploits that target code vulnerabilities to attacks that rely on social engineering. Defending against these risks is an ongoing battle. Download to learn more!
To achieve PCI DSS compliance, you must identify and remediate all critical vulnerabilities detected during PCI scans. Threat Manager streamlines this process by providing simple, actionable reports that detail vulnerabilities and recommendations. There is also a Dispute Wizard that helps document compensating controls that are in place to remediate specific vulnerabilities. PCI scans include the following reports: Executive Summary: Overview of scan results and a statement of compliance or non-compliance. Vulnerability Details: Provides a detailed description, list of impacted hosts,risk level and remediation tips for each vulnerability found. Attestation of Scan Compliance: Overall summary of network posture, compliance status and assertion that the scan complies with PCI requirements.
To achieve PCI DSS compliance, you must identify and remediate all critical vulnerabilities detected during PCI scans. Threat Manager streamlines this process by providing simple, actionable reports that detail vulnerabilities and recommendations. There is also a Dispute Wizard that helps document compensating controls that are in place to remediate specific vulnerabilities. PCI scans include the following reports: Executive Summary: Overview of scan results and a statement of compliance or non-compliance. Vulnerability Details: Provides a detailed description, list of impacted hosts, risk level and remediation tips for each vulnerability found. Attestation of Scan Compliance: Overall summary of network posture, compliance status and assertion that the scan complies with PCI requirements.
Security teams understand that developers turn to open source to save time, cut costs, and promote innovation. But getting a handle on the security implications of open source use can be difficult. Learn how to identify security vulnerabilities and monitor your codebase for future security.
Many organizations think they have application security covered, but most security testing tools leave companies exposed. With over 4,000 open source vulnerabilities reported every year, make sure your company’s applications aren’t at risk!
Today, companies are more concerned than ever about software security threats. With some 95 percent of companies relying on open source software, its security is now a critical focus for CEOs, COOs, and boards of directors. Learn which security tools and methodologies are best suited for your organization's environment.
Your company's security vulnerabilities can be attacked in various ways, such as cyber attacks or intentional infractions from within. And an increasingly mobile world, with geographically dispersed workers working on different devices, the surface exposed to attacks is greater than ever.
Get the free security e-book and find out how Microsoft 365 Enterprise can help you find and monitor security issues such as the following:
Infractions from local and remote templates
Intentional infractions from within
External malicious sources
As your business grows, so do your infrastructure needs. With their growing AWS infrastructure, it was important that Informatica simplify security, increase agility, and adopt a more DevOps-centric development model.
Join our upcoming webinar to learn how Informatica leveraged RedLock, Palo Alto Networks’ security and compliance solution, to help build security earlier in the development process so vulnerabilities could be remediated faster. You will also learn how other businesses, like yours, can manage the security in your environment with greater ease and control.
While digital transformation helps create many business opportunities, it can also expose your organization to new vulnerabilities and regulations which require new security solutions. Qualys Cloud Platform is intentionally built to give businesses comprehensive visibility and security of Amazon Web Services (AWS) workloads and hybrid environments while avoiding the cost and complexities that come with managing multiple security vendors. Qualys' offerings simplify security on AWS by integrating into workflows for streamlined deployment and use, while providing a complete view of the security and compliance posture of all your AWS assets across multiple accounts and regions from a centralized UI.
Attend this upcoming webinar to learn more about the Qualys consolidated stack of security and compliance applications. Also learn how Ancestry.com, the largest for-profit genealogy company in the world, uses Qualys Cloud Platform on AWS to continuously assess their development and
IT departments are overwhelmed by the abundance of vulnerabilities that continue to grow at a rapid pace every day. They struggle to identify the most critical threats they must address right away at any given point to protect their organizations from a compromise.
Imagine putting first responders on your operational team instantly on alert about new network vulnerabilities – and how to fix them? This capability is called “continuous monitoring” (CM) and a new guide from Qualys shows you how it can dramatically boost security of your network.
Learn how CM provides you with an always-on view of potential security holes. The guide explains how using CM is a vital step toward achieving continuous security of your network – the Holy Grail for every network security manager!
In the guide, you will learn how to automatically leverage vulnerability scans with CM for stronger security. Continuous Monitoring: A New Approach to Proactively Protecting Your Global Perimeter offers an easy blueprint for using automation to achieve continuous security and compliance.
Download the guide now to learn more about CM:
Requirements—why CM is vital
Scanning—value of continuous vulnerability scans
Best Practices—for using CM
Benefits—examples of how CM improves se
Choosing a solution for Vulnerability Management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization's network and data. Without proven, automated technology for precise detection and remediation, no network can withstand the daily onslaught of new vulnerabilities that threaten security.
Published By: McAfee Inc
Published Date: Aug 19, 2009
Most midsized businesses aren't fully aware of the number of vulnerabilities that exist on their networks. Is it possible to address them all? This brief explains the key benefits of implementing a network security solution with McAfee. Read more.
Published By: Secunia
Published Date: Sep 30, 2015
In 2014, the world saw an increased number of security breaches in high profile companies. We will take a look back at some of these cases, and why it’s not only the high profile companies that were breached. Plus we will show you steps you can take to prevent yourself from being hacked in 2015. We will focus on “getting back to the basics” going into detail on why complete patch management means a safer year for any organization.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding in a dramatic way, bringing to question the issue of availability versus security, as security measures are having a difficult time keeping pace with the development of IoT devices. The introduction of more efficient semiconductors, coupled with revolutionary technology that allows semiconductors to store as well as process complex instructions, means that the IoT may be a more attractive target for hackers. IoT devices from healthcare and industrial systems (i.e., SCADA) could be the most at risk for significant service interruptions and may have secondary and/or tertiary effects on other industries.
Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Apr 28, 2008
Learn more about the security risks and vulnerabilities faced by organizations, and the elements of a proactive security approach. Then find out how Tripwire helps organizations attain and maintain a good security posture using industry-leading configuration assessment and change auditing to harden systems against security breaches, automate compliance with security standards and policies, identify configuration changes, and resolve vulnerabilities.
Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Mar 31, 2009
How do organizations pass their PCI DSS audits yet still suffer security breaches? Paying attention to PCI DSS checklists only partially secures the cardholder environment. Learn the next steps for fully securing your data.
The information explosion, the proliferation of endpoint devices, growing user volumes and new computing models like cloud, social business and big data have created new vulnerabilities. Data security is a moving target—as data grows, more sophisticated threats emerge; the number of regulations increase; and changing economic times make it difficult to secure and protect data. Because data is a critical component of daily business operations, it is essential to ensure privacy and protect data no matter where it resides. Different types of information have different protection requirements; therefore, organizations must take a holistic and systematic approach to safeguarding information.