An integrated collection of tools for network monitoring and control.
Single operator interface
Minimal amount of separate equipment. Software and network communications capability built into the existing equipment
SNMP key elements:
Management information base
Network Management protocol
Get, Set and Notify
Security concepts are organized based on business needs, as opposed to tech-nological similarity. We’ve tried to focus on how these concepts relate in terms of practical business functionality. For example, network monitoring is discussed in Part 1, "Managing Security " rather than in a section on intrusion detection. For people with a technical background, this method of organization may seem strange. But one of our goals is to change the way people think about security. As we’ll say many times throughout the book, security is not a technological issue; it’s a business
Appendix C: Designing an operations framework to manage security. This appendix explains how to create a framework to ensure security of a network as the network changes and as the security requirements of the organization change.
Lecture Managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment - Module 8: Implementing administrative templates and audit policy. This module provides a broad overview of security in Microsoft Windows ServerT 2003. It also explains how to deploy security templates and test computer security policy and how to configure auditing and manage security logs.
Module 8: Implementing administrative templates and audit policy. This module provides a broad overview of security in Microsoft Windows ServerT 2003. It also explains how to deploy security templates and test computer security policy and how to configure auditing and manage security logs.
Intrusion detection is not for the faint at heart. But, if you are a network administrator chances are you're under increasing pressure to ensure that mission-critical systems are safe--in fact impenetrable--from malicious code, buffer overflows, stealth port scans, SMB probes, OS fingerprinting attempts, CGI attacks, and other network intruders.
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We can say that the functions performed by a network management system can be divided into five broad categories: configuration management, fault management, performance management, security management, and accounting management.
Chapter 13 explores the economic and managerial implications of this basic idea. After studying this chapter, you should understand: How to calculate expected returns, the impact of diversifi cation, the systematic risk principle, the security market line and the risk-return trade-off.
Using certiﬁcates also opens up for the possibility of removing the key transfer
between Alice and Bob completely! This is an important feature when secure
communication is being implemented between a large number of participants. This
is because none of Bob’s ability to trust the public key he receives now depends on
whether he is actually communicating with Alice or not. His ability to trust the key
depends solely upon his trust relationship with the trusted third party.
Complacency, or the belief that "good-enough security" is all that is required, seems
to be the mind-set of many. Consequently, IT professionals may have settled for
security that isn't always effective. In the 2008 CSI Computer Crime & Security
Survey, 50% of the survey respondents reported that they suffered virus-based
security incidents. The survey results also show that one in five suffered a bot attack
in 2008. Virus security incidents have been the number 1 attack item for four of the
past five years, placing second in the other year.
Computer Software, Systems and Networks are complex growing systems. They constantly evolve and their ability to be understood and recreated as well as proven integrity issues are critical to an organizations health and security.
This chapter include objectives: Describle the principles of secure network design, describle threat identificaion and risk analysis, describle risk managenment and risk avoidance, describle the Cisco SecureX architecture, describle operation security,...
An important part if systems and network protection… is determining who has access to what. This is call “privilege management or access control”
There are 4 major types of “access control” that we will discuss in the next slides
User Based – DAC based
Group Based – DAC based
Role Based – system based roles
Rule Based – system based rules
Restrictions on military-to-military relations with China imposed in 2001 stirred a debate about the value of those activities and their place in the overall U.S.-China relationship. This report examines the debate on security cooperation between the two countries and finds that there is value in the relationship, despite its
After reading this chapter, you will be able to: Define current assets and describe some common methods of managing them; identify some sources of short-term financing (current liabilities); summarize the importance of long-term assets and capital budgeting; specify how companies finance their operations and manage fixed assets with long-term liabilities, particularly bonds;...
Module 7 - Creating a security design for accounts. In this module, you will learn how to determine threats and analyze risks to accounts and services in an organization. You will also learn how to design security for accounts and services, including determining security requirements, creating policies, and designing strategies to manage security.