This E-Guide from SearchNetworking.com explores the impact BYOD is having on the WLAN and what you need to do to provide a quality experience to your mobile users without compromising security or control.
While network access control (NAC) technology seemed to disappear into the great beyond just a year ago, it is ready to resurface with a vengeance. However, the technology will need to resurge with better controls, especially as the consumerisation of IT and bring your own device (BYOD) trends overtake the enterprise.
Identity and access management (IAM) can cause a multitude of issues within an organization if not managed properly. This expert guide explores how to ensure your identity and access management services enable and support the established CIO priorities.
This resource explores a remote access technology that lets your end users connect to their work computer from virtually any computer or smartphone in a cost-effective, secure, business oriented manner that your business will approve of.
Effective enterprise role management is essential for properly managing user access rights and enforcing access policies, but the implementation process can be challenging. To be successful, organisations should implement and maintain enterprise roles using 3 Best Practices described by our expert Andras Cser.
Rather than deploying yet another desktop operating system without addressing endpoint security problems, the smarter choice may be to deal with the issue once and for all during your Windows 7 system migrations. In this resource, explore 6 frequently asked questions to help you on your way.
The new Role-Based Access Control utilities enforce entitlements down to the data and device level. The ability to effectively provision and audit these fine-grained controls across diverse technology domains is still a challenge. Read this transcript for practical guidance on how to implement a unified policy management infrastructure for RBAC.
This article examines known attacks, methods, and tools used by criminals, as well as emerging exploit categories used to break into a database, establish control, compromise the system, steal the data, and cover up the tracks. Read this short article to learn best practices for protecting databases against these attack methods.