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ALSO CALLED: Government Security
DEFINITION: Ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive information processed by, stored in, and moved through information systems and applications belonging to the government and government agencies.
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Presentation Transcript: WWW - World Wide Weaponization
sponsored by ESET
PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT: The growth of the internet brought about massively scalable distributed systems which have proved advantageous not only for governments, businesses and end-users, but also for criminals. In this webcast, review past, present, and future considerations regarding cybercrime, and discover next-generation methods of combating weaponized software.
Posted: 10 Nov 2009 | Published: 10 Nov 2009

ESET

WWW - World Wide Weaponization
sponsored by ESET
WEBCAST: The growth of the internet has brought about massively scalable distributed systems which have proved advantageous not only for governments, businesses and end-users, but also for criminals. In this webcast, review past, present, and future considerations regarding cybercrime, and discover next-generation methods of combating weaponized software.
Posted: 22 Oct 2009 | Premiered: Oct 22, 2009

ESET

The Critical Security Controls – Moving Beyond the Checklist Mentality
sponsored by Lumension
PODCAST: The "Critical Security Controls" (CSC) guidelines are designed to help organizations move beyond a "checklist" mentality by making security an integral part of, instead of an adjunct to, the operations and management of systems and networks. Learn more about the CSC guidelines and how they can help your organization.
Posted: 13 Aug 2009 | Premiered: Aug 13, 2009

Lumension

Achieving Federal Desktop Core Configuration Compliance with Lumension Solutions
sponsored by Lumension
WHITE PAPER: The Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC) is an OMB mandated security configuration set applicable within United States Federal Government agencies. Learn how you can address each of the FDCC requirements with Lumension Vulnerability Management.
Posted: 18 Jun 2009 | Published: 28 May 2009

Lumension

Achieving PCI Compliance at the Point Of Sale Using Bit9 Parity™ to Protect Cardholder Data
sponsored by Bit9, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: As the technology used by merchants and their partners has evolved, card fraud has become more sophisticated. In response to this evolving threat, the major credit card companies have created a set of security standards to protect their customers from security breaches. Read this whitepaper to find out how Bit9 Parity helps achieve compliance...
Posted: 09 Jun 2009 | Published: 09 Jun 2009

Bit9, Inc.

Optimizing the PC Segment of California's IT Infrastructure
sponsored by Intel Corporation
CASE STUDY: Researchers found that by creating a dynamic IT environment- standardized, centralized, automated, and mobile-California can achieve a greener, more secure computing complex that improves productivity, delivering greater efficiency at a lower cost to taxpayers and the environment.
Posted: 27 May 2009 | Published: 27 May 2009

Intel Corporation
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