Access Control includes authentication, authorization and audit. It also includes additional measures such as physical devices, including biometric scans and metal locks, hidden paths, digital signatures, encryption, social barriers, and monitoring by humans and automated systems. Authorization may be implemented using role based access control, access control lists or a policy language such as XACML.
You want to maximize the potential offered by new technologies and establish an advantage over your competitors, but you know the latest IT developments can also bring new security challenges. This practical guide helps you align essential IT security with your core business objectives
The need for authentication and assurance is great and options are few; therefore, we have come to rely on encrypted SSL/TLS certificates for almost every new application, appliance, device and cloud service.
It was recently found that most Global 2000 organisations have failed to completely remediate Heartbleed. This leaves these organisations vulnerable to cyberattacks, future brand damage, and intellectual property loss.
This paper reveals how not securing all of your keys and certificates enables cybercriminals to bypass controls like threat detection, data protection, firewalls, VPNs, DLP, privileged access, and authentication systems that you expect will mitigate threats.
This document will identify the essential capabilities you should seek in an advanced malware protection solution,
the key questions you should ask your advanced malware protection vendor, and shows you how Cisco combats
today’s advanced malware attacks using a combination of techniques.
This paper provides information on how Acronis Access Advanced enables enterprise IT to provide their users using any device to securely access, sync and share corporate content while maintaining control over security and compliance.