Security

What's worse than getting hit with a security breach? Getting hit with an easily preventable one.

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Private Equity In Africa - Lessons Learned

    Africa represents a colossal investment opportunity. Containing 23 percent of the world's landmass and nearly one billion people, the continent has exceeded world average growth for the past eight years and is now the fastest growing region in the world. Taken as a whole, African GDP is sixth in the...

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    New President, New Congress: What It Means For Global Private Equity

    The Democratic Party firmly in command of both the White House and Congress - 2009 is shaping up to be a year of stepped-up activity on key issues affecting the private equity industry. President-elect Obama is committed to lowering taxes for persons with incomes under $250,000, expanding the availability of...

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Critical Qualities In Successful Managers

    Successful people in business management always seem to share certain key characteristics. The paper contains expert emphasized eight qualities when consulting with management teams. Some of the qualities are "Dependable" - Successful people have good follow through. "Flexible" - They are not afraid of new ideas or risks. A leader...

    Provided By Executive Business Advisers

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Regulating Systemic Risk

    The failure to spot emerging systemic risk and prevent the current global financial crisis warrants a reexamination of the approach taken so far to crisis prevention. The paper argues that financial crises can be prevented, as they build up over time due to policy mistakes and eventually erupt in "Slow...

    Provided By Asian Development Bank Institute

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    An Effective Method for Fingerprint Classification

    In this paper, the authors present an effective method for fingerprint classification using data mining approach. Initially, it generates a numeric code sequence for each fingerprint image based on the ridge flow patterns. Then for each class, a seed is selected by using a frequent itemsets generation technique. These seeds...

    Provided By Arab Open University - Jordan

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Applying Penetration Tests on a Highly Secured Cooperative Network

    Security plays a vital role in the design; development and practical use of the distributed computing environment, for greater availability and access to information in turn imply that distributed systems are more prone to attacks. The need for practical solutions for secure networked system management is becoming increasingly significant. Any...

    Provided By Arab Open University - Jordan

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Make Your Office Refurbishment Sustainable

    A major feature of the sustainable office is the amount of natural light available. This doesn't necessarily require a relocation to somewhere with floor-to-ceiling windows to achieve (if you're lucky enough to have them already, though, then make best use of them). Look at your floor plan - if the...

    Provided By Morgan Lovell

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Business Security Alarm System

    Businesses lose billions of dollars each year to theft and vandalism that could easily be avoided with the installation of a monitored commercial or business security alarm system. These losses, unfortunately, aren't limited to the theft of merchandise and equipment. They can include the disclosure of personal information that customers...

    Provided By Safe and Sound Systems

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Advertised Jobs And Vacancies

    Vacancies are advertised in a wide range of publications from national daily papers such as The Times, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian and The Independent, to local and regional daily/weekly papers. There are also regional and national papers devoted solely to jobs. Consult your local newsagent to find...

    Provided By Alec North

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    New Multi-Step Worm Attack Model

    The traditional worms such as Blaster, Code Red, Slammer and Sasser, are still infecting vulnerable machines on the internet. They will remain as significant threats due to their fast spreading nature on the internet. Various traditional worms attack pattern has been analyzed from various logs at different OSI layers such...

    Provided By Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Stimulating Small Business Cash Flow With Process Similar To Factoring Receivables

    The focus of small to mid-sized business owners is growing their company and finding ways to compete with competitors as well as larger entities. It can often seem like they live by the accounts receivable and accounts payable cycle month to month without ever getting ahead. If this sounds familiar,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Adding Freelance Work To Resume

    Do you know how to add freelance work to your resume? Or how important it is to do it correctly? If you are like most, and you have done some freelance work between jobs at companies; you have no idea how to include this information, so that your time off...

    Provided By GreatSampleResume.com

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2010

    Sample Emergency Management Specialist Resume

    This sample Emergency Management Specialist resume will give you a quick start on building an effective and optimized resume for your job application. Users can feel free to customize and edit this sample Emergency Management Specialist resume as per their requirement for job application.

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Towards Public Key Infrastructure Less Authentication in Session Initiation Protocol

    The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has become the most predominant protocol for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) signaling. Security of SIP is an important consideration for VoIP communication as the traffic is transmitted over the insecure IP network. And the authentication process in SIP ranges from pre-shared secret based solutions...

    Provided By Islamic University of Technology

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become An E-Commerce Project Manager

    An e-commerce project manager is responsible for managing a team that implements, develops and maintains electronic commerce sites and web systems. Along with consulting with corporate management on EC/EDI management and planning, he is responsible for designing, implementing and managing the electronic commerce or EDI programs for an organization. Other...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become An E-Marketing Manager

    An e-commerce project manager is responsible for managing a team that implements, develops and maintains electronic commerce sites and web systems. Along with consulting with corporate management on EC/EDI management and planning, he is responsible for designing, implementing and managing the electronic commerce or EDI programs for an organization. Other...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A Marine Architect

    A marine architect is an architect who examines and plans the construction of docks, piers, naval vessels, and other watercraft. Marine architects review local marine and sea floor conditions to determine construction needs to ensure the project will sustain for a long period of time. To enter this field, you...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Be A Worm Farmer

    Worm farming is a nitty gritty job that involves careful planning, a tedious procedure and a lot of worms. If you're the type of person that cringes just thinking of slimy, wiggly creatures, then this is not the job for you. However, if you're one of the braver ones who...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A Store Detective

    You don't need to study rocket science to be a store detective, though a background in security services or law enforcement experience does help, especially if you want to work for large malls or shopping centers where security and loss prevention services are provided by building management or large security...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Be A Private Investigator

    Are you observant, curious and resourceful? If yes, you may have just the right qualities to become a private investigator! A private investigator investigates all types of situations for clients/customers. As a researcher, you can work using the Internet and the phone, in the field or from an office. If...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A Title Examiner

    A title examiner is responsible for searching through public records for ownership or title information on any kind of property, residential or commercial, to check whether the ownership is free of any restrictions or covenants and to make sure there are no public or private liens held on it; title...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Review: Distributed System Network Architecture for Securing SCADA System

    Intentional and unintentional cyber threats are an ever-present risk for such critical infrastructures and for businesses that rely on 100 percent uptime of their operational facilities. The need for remote monitoring, control, maintenance, and data access have resulted in many Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems and Distributed Control...

    Provided By Hannam university

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Review: Security Threats for RFID-Sensor Network Anti-Collision Protocol

    The limitless possibilities and low cost are the reasons Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems are used in a variety of applications to uniquely identify physical objects. The operation of RFID systems often involves a situation in which numerous tags are present in the interrogation zone of a single reader at...

    Provided By Hannam university

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Achieving Safe Harbor: What the HITECH Act Means for Your U.S. Healthcare Organization's' Communications and Business Processes

    The security and privacy of Personal Health Records (PHR) has long been a hot button within the healthcare industry. The movement from paper to electronic records was first addressed with HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) in 1996 and continues to be updated with new documents and implementations...

    Provided By Stonebranch

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    DM Takes Up University Challenge

    A major university campus in London has invested in a significant overhaul of its security, centred on digital multiplexing technology from Dedicated Micros. The university has seven city centre sites spread over almost three miles. A growth in drug related crime in the nearby Kings Cross area prompted the university...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Securing the City

    Dedicated Micros Digital Sprite digital multiplex recorders have been installed as part of an innovative seven-year security plan in a South African "Mini-City". Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, is one of the largest urban development projects in the country, comprising a complex of shops, restaurants, offices, homes and hotels. The first phase...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    No Sporting Chance for Thiefs

    One of the UK's leading sportswear retailers, JD Sports, has undertaken a security overhaul of some of their stores as part of a major refurbishment program. JD Sports worked with consultants and installers Integrated Electronic Security (IES) who specified a digitally networked security system based on Dedicated Micros' DS2 multiplexers...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    DM Kit Ups Profits for High Street Retailer

    The retailer was looking for a way to combat the growing problem of internal cash theft and consulted Kent-based CCTV specialists Intime Security Ltd. It recommended the new Retail Solutions (RS) system from Dedicated Micros, as it is designed specifically to combat till theft and stock shrinkage in retail environments....

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    A Simple Solution for BP

    Following software problems with its existing installations, BP was looking to upgrade its security system network without having to embark on a lengthy and disruptive installation and staff training programme. AGE Electrical Services recommended Dedicated Micros' Sprite Lite multiplexer from Gardiner Security. The till camera not only prevents internal pilfering,...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Shop 'til You Drop - In Safety

    When a major UK Shopping Centre was looking to overhaul its security system, installers KCR recommended the Digital Sprite from Dedicated Micros. The Belfry Shopping Centre in Redhill, Surrey, is a massive complex that includes 50 shops and restaurants and welcomes around 25,000 shoppers a day. KCR (UK) Ltd is...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Dedicated Micros Suits Paul Smith Shops

    Paul Smith, the clothing designer and retailer, has installed digital multiplex recorders from Dedicated Micros in nine of its UK shops. The design, installation and maintenance of the whole project were undertaken by the security division of the Bradford-based company. It has digitally signed images of a given incident can...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Oxford Street Shopping in Style and Safety

    One of London's busiest shopping centres has upgraded to a digital security system controlled by three Dedicated Micros' DS2 multiplexers. The Plaza on Oxford Street is a 3-floor complex comprising of 38 retail outlets, a food court and a health club. With long opening hours and a prime location at...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Stepping Up School Security

    When Medway Borough Council was seeking a cost-effective way to monitor schools across the borough out-of-hours, they consulted CCTV experts TJW Electrical. An innovative solution was developed by TJW's IT consultant based on Dedicated Micros' DS2 multiplexers. Out of school hours, the schools' security monitoring systems transfer to Medway BC's...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Dm Takes Up Cambridge University Challenge

    Cambridge University's Wolfson College has completed a major upgrade of its campus security system. Dubbed 'the most cosmopolitan college in Cambridge', Wolfson was the first college to be established for both men and women. It has over 700 students, most of whom are post-graduate students with a focus on research...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Dedicated Micros Helps School Security

    As parents become increasingly concerned about the safety of their children, schools are turning to the latest in CCTV technology to help provide a watchful eye. When Burnage High School in Manchester was looking to upgrade its CCTV installation to a modern digital system, they consulted experts Security Management Plus...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Digital CCTV for Birmingham A&E

    The Heartlands Hospital, a 900 bed acute teaching trust hospital in central Birmingham and Solihull Hospital, and a 400 bed operation 12 miles further south both lost their existing CCTV coverage in December last year due to system failure. Solihull and Heartlands NHS Trust had been operating a combination of...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Lord Mayor's Residence Goes Digital

    The Georgian Town Palace located in the heart of the City of London plays host to ceremonial banquets and international dignitaries visiting the capital. As a high profile venue, its security facilities need to be of the highest standard. Therefore, the managing authority for Mansion House - the Corporation of...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Oxford University Invests in a New CCTV System

    The University of Oxford Security Services department has invested in a major overhaul of its CCTV system and upgraded to a networked digital system controlled by Dedicated Micros multiplexers. Four BX2 multiplexers support 60 cameras which have been upgraded to digital to keep a watchful eye on the University estate...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Clubbing on Camera

    Lucid, a prestigious city centre nightclub and host to celebrity clientele including Westlife and Naomi Campbell, brings a unique 24/7 entertainment concept to Manchester and is backed by Richard Branson. Based in the Printworks entertainment complex, it is the largest nightclub in Manchester. Two Dedicated Micros DS2 16-way digital multiplex...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    MTV Debut for Commplex Security

    Located in a converted church in Leith just outside of Edinburgh, the Commplex is a 450 capacity multifunctional venue, split onto two levels and host to various club nights and live bands, as well as weddings and corporate events. TRL was broadcast live from the Commplex, a stone's throw away...

    Provided By Dedicated Microcomputers