The Internet is not automatically a secure or safe place to be. However, if one system's security is more daunting to overcome than another's, then attackers might focus on the system that is easier to compromise.
This paper explains the two primary methods for discovering Web application vulnerabilities: using manual penetration testing and code review or using automated scanning tools and static analysis.
This paper addresses the problems of unsecured Wi-Fi including recent security concerns such as the Firesheep and sidejacking, and how to protect against these attacks. Learn how public websites can provide security with TLS/SSL by not only harden against many attacks, but also assure users of that security.
Many organizations embark on global multi-million dollar web application deployments only to later discover that their users are unsatisfied with the performance compared to their old client server application. This paper provides alternatives.
Consult this expert E-guide to find out more about the possible options to connect Outlook to Exchange, and you can find the right match for your organization. Weigh the advantages of VPN or RPC/HTTPS by reading this resource now.
Cybercrime and the potential fragmentation of the internet are among the most serious risks facing businesses and governments in 2014, this report from the World Economic Forum reveals.
Web applications are extremely flexible and valuable assets to any organization. But they’re also vulnerable to threats like hijacking, splitting, forging and injection. Read this white paper to find out how IBM Rational® AppScan® solutions can help your agency overcome virtual threats to achieve mission objectives.
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