brief contents 1 Introducing SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 2 Report authoring basics 3 Working with data 4 Designing reports 5 Using expressions and functions 6 Using custom code 7 Ad hoc reporting with the Report Builder application 8 Managing the Reporting Services environment 9 Securing Reporting Services 10 On-demand report delivery 11 Mastering the ReportViewer controls 12 Subscribed report delivery 13 Extending Reporting Services
SQL Server 2005 Database Administration
Introduction Installation Data Storage Architecture Database Physical Architecture Tuning and Monitoring Security High Availability Backup-Restore Administration Overview.SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2005 – Components Overview
.SQL Server 2005- Components
Replication Service Broker Reporting Services
Enterprise data centers contain the assets, applications, and data that are often targeted by electronic
attacks. Endpoints such as data center servers are key objectives of malicious attacks and must be
protected. The number of reported attacks, including those that affect data centers, continues to grow
exponentially every year (CERT/CC Statistics 1988-2002, CSI/FBI 2001).
Attacks against server farms can result in lost business for e-commerce and business-to-business
applications, and the theft of confidential or proprietary information.
During the past 30 years, regulators, including the Commission, have increasingly
used credit ratings to help monitor the risk of investments held by regulated entities, and
to provide an appropriate disclosure framework for securities of differing risks. Since
1975, the Commission has relied on ratings by market-recognized credible rating
agencies for distinguishing among grades of creditworthiness in various regulations under
the federal securities laws.
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? ...
The ongoing development of the BACnet standard is opening the door for lower cost and
more efficient building control systems that provide expanded services. This report seeks
to address the security implications within the world of BACnet implementations. The
report begins with an overview of BACnet and typical BACnet BCS installations along
with a discussion of the security environment and review of threats to that system. The
report then goes into detail on the threats, and finally possible countermeasures. ...
derisory term meant something vastly different in its heyday. Hackers then, as now, were concerned about how things fit together, what makes things tick. Generally, many early hackers concerned themselves with understanding the nature of the telephone system, which encouraged the development of “blue boxes” and war dialers such as Ton Loc. Public bulletin boards (such as Prestel) had security flaws exposed and various services disrupted.
This edited book has been published to showcase the emergence of relevant insights,
applications, and the global acceptance of electronic business (e-business). At this
stage of the development of e-business, it is crucially important to monitor, report, and
reflect on the progress of e-business’ applications and adoption around the world.
How important is conflict of interest to the professions? The
answer is complex. Consider what recently happened to
PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC), the world's largest accounting firm.
PWC hired an outside investigator (at the urging of the Securities and
Exchange Commission) to determine whether the firm was observing its
own conflict-of-interest rules. The investigator reported that more than
three-fourths of PWC's partners, including thirty-one of the top fortythree,
had not properly sanitized their personal finances....
We have set out below our key messages resulting from the work of
the Midwifery 2020 programme which underpin the vision of how
midwives can lead and deliver care in a changing environment. They
reinforce and restate the core values of the profession, celebrate the
achievements made in the past, and show how midwives can continue
to strengthen their unique contribution as key professionals who ensure
that women, their partners and their babies have safe and life
The development of MiFID will strengthen ESMA’s role in product intervention. The proposals seek to strengthen investor protection through an even stronger framework for the provision of investment services to retail clients and possibly a more proactive approach from NCAs.
Client brokerage commissions, where applicable, are
used as payment for order execution services or
research services. The portfolio advisors or Manager
may select brokers, including their affiliates, who
charge a commissions in excess of that charged by
other brokers (“soft dollars”) if they determine in
good faith that the commission is reasonable in
relation to the order execution and research services
utilized. It is the Manager's objective that over time,
all clients receive benefits from the client brokerage
The mission of the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) is to provide training, investigative support and research to agencies and entities involved in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime. While NW3C has no investigative authority itself, its job is to help law enforcement agencies better understand and utilize tools to combat economic and high-tech crime. NW3C has other sections within its organization, including Training (in Computer Crime, Financial Crime and Intelligence Analysis), Research and Investigative Support Services.
This report is the second in a continuing review of the planning being done by the Social Security
Administration (SSA) to develop a new data management system to support its service delivery process. The
review was undertaken at the request of the Social Security Administration, and follows by one year a review by
a similar panel of the Board on Telecommunications-Computer Applications, National Research Council.
Network scanning involves using a port scanner to identify all hosts potentially connected to an
organization's network, the network services operating on those hosts, such as the file transfer protocol
(FTP) and hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), and the specific application running the identified service,
such as WU-FTPD, Internet Information Server (IIS) and Apache for the HTTP service. The result of the
scan is a comprehensive list of all active hosts and services, printers, switches, and routers operating in
the address space scanned by the port-scanning tool, i.e.
To illustrate why the ring-fencing of market making activities would be that detrimental an example
can be provided: Since the Liikanen Report does not recommend including underwriting within the
ring-fence, commercial banks could still engage in these activities. Nevertheless, if these banks were
to go to the secondary market to place these securities, then this activity would be considered as
market making and therefore would be included in the ring-fencing scope.
Currently, more than 120 nations and
reporting jurisdictions permit or require
IFRS for domestic listed companies. The
European Union (EU) requires companies
incorporated in its member states whose
securities are listed on an EU-regulated stock
exchange to prepare their consolidated
financial statements in accordance with
Australia, New Zealand and Israel have
essentially adopted IFRS as their national
Brazil started using IFRS in 2010.
Canada adopted IFRS, in full, on Jan. 1, 2011.
Symantec has established some of the most comprehensive sources of Internet threat data in the world
through the Symantec™ Global Intelligence Network. More than 240,000 sensors in over 200 countries
and territories monitor attack activity through a combination of Symantec products and services such as
Symantec DeepSight™ Threat Management System, Symantec Managed Security Services and Norton™
consumer products, as well as additional third-party data sources.
The IS partial audit is an IS audit triggered whenever necessary, for example after large scale
restructuring, security incidents, or when new business processes or new technologies are
introduced. The IS partial audit is particularly suitable for auditing critical business processes.
Since a IS partial audit is limited to certain business processes or IT procedures, only the systems
used in connection with these business processes or IT procedures and the applicable IT-
Grundschutz modules (for short: module target objects - section 1.6) are examined.
Since sensitive data of the organisation may need to be disclosed during a call for tenders procedure
for an IS audit, a restricted request procedure or limited competition should be performed,
depending on the types of activities of the organisation, to guarantee the confidentiality of the
Depending on the protection requirements of the information, the service providers and IS auditors
may need to verify their trustworthiness in accordance with the German ”Law on Security
Clearance Checks” (SÜG - see [SÜG]).