New Security Survival Guide: How To Layer A Solid Defense / Layer 2: Host Security (Baseline)
Some I.T. departments have redrawn the perimeter around PCs and workstations deep within the firewall. One class of solutions relocates intrusion prevention systems from the technology's traditional place on the network to servers, desktops and laptops.
Leading Irish property agent Hamilton Osborne King prevents commercially sensitive data from getting into the wrong hands (SNS UK)
"We chose SecureWave’s Sanctuary Device Control because it gave us the flexibility to allow nominated staff to access specific files and applications on the network with their USB memory sticks."
Trading in your binoculars for a keylogger (SC Magazine by Dan Kaplan)
What happened to the good ‘ol days when husbands or wives going through messy divorces would hire some doughnut-eating, bad-suit-wearing private detective to track their spouses - but who’d fall asleep in his beat-up ‘88 Oldsmobile and miss all the good stuff?
Food for thought on the Infosec show floor (ZDNet)
Snack time! Sam Erdheim, director of marketing communications at SecureWave, holds out a Sanctuary Happy Meal.
Software and education secure Salvation Army from USB (Computer Weekly by John-Paul Kamath)
The Salvation Army has installed software to control the use of USB flash drives on its systems after discovering a rise in the number of staff plugging unauthorised memory sticks into the network.
Profit Security: Finding Money in Data Protection (eWeek by By Hailey Lynne McKeefry)
IT security vendors introduce products as fast as hackers come up with new ways to break into networks. It's an endless cycle that leaves solution providers wading through a dizzying array of hardware, software and services.
To Encrypt or Not to Encrypt (eWeek.com by Andrew Garcia)
Analysis: That is the question when planning for removable storage.
Microsoft Unveils Updated Version of Windows Embedded for Point of Service (Plau Fuls by Dan Nicolae Alexa)
With more than 70 partners working on new solutions compatible with Windows Embedded for Point of Service and POS for .NET, Microsoft gives customers a wide variety of options,
Case study: Savills Hamilton Osborne King (Computing by Linda More)
Property agent clamps down on use of unauthorised USB devices
The Drive for Data Protection (eWeek by Andrew Garcia)
Tech Analysis: A new generation of products go a long way in protecting against accidental data loss.