Organizing information security

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  • Information security does not guarantee the safety of your organization or your information or your computer systems. Information security cannot, in and of itself, provide protection for your information. That being said, information security is also not a black art. There is no sorcery to implementing proper information security and the concepts that are included in information security are not rocket science. In many ways, information security is a mindset. It is a mindset of examining the threats and vulnerabilities of your organization and managing them appropriately. 

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  • ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (the International Electrotechnical Commission) form the specialized system for worldwide standardization. National bodies that are members of ISO or IEC participate in the development of International Standards through technical committees established by the respective organization to deal with particular fields of technical activity. ISO and IEC technical committees collaborate in fields of mutual interest.

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  • “If the Internet were a city street, I would not travel it in daylight,” laments a chief information security officer for a prestigious university. The Internet is critical infrastructure at the world’s commerce. Cybercrime is escalating; once the domain of hackers and script kiddies, cyber-gangs and organized criminal organizations have discovered the business opportunities for extortion, embezzlement, and fraud that now surpasses income from illegal drug trafficking.

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  • It is availiable free on a variety of platforms. Based on well known algorithms. Wide range of applicability Not developed or controlled by governmental or standards organizations

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  • This volume contains the proceedings of the Seventh Mediterranean Ad Hoc Networking Workshop (Med-Hoc-Net'2008), celebrated in Palma de Mallorca (llles Balears, Spain) during June 25-27, 2008. This IFIP TC6 Workshop was organized by the Universitat de les Illes Balears in cooperation with the Asociaci6n de Tdcnicos de lnform~tica and sponsored by the following Working Groups: WG6.3 (Performance of Computer Networks) and WG6.8 (Mobile and Wireless Communications).

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  • Who This Book Is For The target audience for this book is the Information Worker (IW), someone who works within an organization and whose primary job responsibility involves sharing, communicating, processing, or acting upon information stored on computer systems and networks. Workers in organizations of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises, will benefit from this book.

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  • CIS provides benchmarks, scoring tools, software, data, information, suggestions, ideas, and other services and materials from the CIS website or elsewhere (“Products”) as a public service to Internet users worldwide. Recommendations contained in the Products (“Recommendations”) result from a consensus-building process that involves many security experts and are generally generic in nature. The Recommendations are intended to provide helpful information to organizations attempting to evaluate or improve the security of their networks, systems and devices.

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  • The term "person" means an individual, a corporation, a partnership, an association, a joint- stock company, a trust, any unincorporated organization, or a government or political subdivision thereof. As used in this paragraph the term "trust" shall include only a trust where the interest or interests of the beneficiary or beneficiaries are evidenced by a security.

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  • In spite of the limited evidence about the behaviour of mutual funds in emerging markets, mutual fund investment in these areas has grown markedly over the past decade at a quicker pace than even the developed markets have shown. The growth in mutual fund investment is influential because it shapes the future development in the securities market and has important policy implications. The high proportion of institutional investors creates more timely information and therefore makes the market more efficient.

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  • Virtualization is one of those buzz words that has been gaining immense popularity with IT professionals and executives alike. Promising to reduce the ever-growing infrastructure inside current data center implementations, virtualization technologies have cropped up from dozens of software and hardware companies. But what exactly is it? Is it right for everyone? And how can it benefit your organization? Virtualization has actually been around more than three decades.

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  • For many organizations their dependence on information systems, both within the company and networked up and down their supply chain, is now business critical. Any sustained loss of availability of these systems would threaten the very existence of the business. Security is a holistic issue. Vulnerabilities in physical, personnel and electronic security all need to be addressed with equal commitment. Too many businesses still focus on physical security without sustaining even basic precautions in personnel and electronic security....

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  • A recent report by Drexel University [Eisenstein et al., 2003b] addresses the complex issue of life safety systems tied into the BCS—a scenario that does not fit well with the scenarios presented above. Presently all life safety systems (fire) are in parallel to the HVAC and other elements of the BCS, with separate wiring and only connections at the highest controller level to allow the BCS to get status information.

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  • K.C. Yerrid has built his career through hard work, efficiency, and sheer determination. He can be described as an information security thought leader and a highly-adaptable resource that solidifies the structure of information security organizations. Brandishing an entrepreneurial spirit, he demonstrates a passionate energy for assisting customers and stakeholders in challenging environments. He is fiscally conscious and subscribes to optimizing existing investments before procuring "blinky-light solutions".

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  • In our mobile work culture, we see corporate staff, from executive to individual contributor, working beyond the boundaries of the traditional office environment. The concept of working “any time and anywhere” has become popular. To support this concept, many organizations are adopting mobile solutions. As employees use these solutions, their expectations are increasing—employees want not only access to information, but full participation in business from any location whenever it is required.

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  • In this age of universal electronic connectivity, of viruses and hackers, of electronic eavesdropping and electronic fraud, there is indeed no time at which security does not matter. Two trends have come together to make the topic of this book of vital interest. First, the explosive growth in computer systems and their interconnections via networks has increased the depen- dence of both organizations and individuals on the information stored and communicated using these systems.

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  • Privacy plans, or a comprehensive set of policies and procedures to manage privacy protection, have been developed in 51.1 percent of the organizations that participated in the 13th annual Information Systems and E-Business Spending study conducted in 2002 by Computer Economics. This is a considerable increase from 2001, when only 33.3 percent of the respondents had developed their privacy plans. Meanwhile, 23.4 percent of organizations have not started developing their privacy plans—almost the exact percentage that had not started in 2001.

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  • Prior to the 1990s, information and content was predominantly within the strict boundaries and control of individual states, whether through paper-based publications, audio-visual transmissions limited to a particular area or even through public demonstrations and debates. Much of the media content made available and the discussions it triggered remained confined within territorially defined areas. Today, however, information and content, with its digital transmission and widespread availability through the Internet, do not necessarily respect national rules or territorial boundaries.

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  • Propagating information about materialized views: When a query is posed, the first step is to consider whether it can be answered using the data at “nearby” storage providers, and to evaluate the costs of doing so. This requires the query initiator to be aware of existing materialized views and properties such as location and data freshness. One direction we are exploring is to propagate information about materialized views using techniques derived from routing protocols [14]. In particular, a node advertises its materialized views to its neighbors.

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  • Critical business systems and their associated technologies are typically held to performance benchmarks. In the security space, benchmarks of speed, capacity and accuracy are common for encryption, packet inspection, assessment, alerting and other critical protection technolo- gies. But how do you set benchmarks for a tool based on collection, normalization and corre- lation of security events from multiple logging devices? And how do you apply these bench- marks to today’s diverse network environments? ...

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  • Now that we have said so much about EPS, it is important to note that no one ever analyzes a single second’s worth of data. An EPS rating is simply designed as a guideline to be used for evaluation, planning and comparison. When design- ing a SIEM system, one must also consider the volume of data that may be ana- lyzed for a single incident. If an organization collects an average of 20,000 EPS over eight hours of an ongoing incident, that will require sorting and analysis of 576,000,000 data records. Using a 300 byte average size, that...

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