Security

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

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Stopping Spyware at the Border

    Keeping out the bad guys can be hard work, even when one has a dedicated IT team. This has certainly been the experience of Chris Christiansen of CeloNova BioSciences, Inc. Based in Georgia, CeloNova's global operation manufactures medical technologies. CeloNova operates in an industry that is competitive and time-critical, and...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Controlling the Network With One Server

    Based in Texas, BGO Architects is a medium-sized business with a network of eighty users. Jaron administers the network along with two colleagues. Although the three of them have a high degree of technical savvy, IT is a part-time role. They are working architects with jobs to do separate from...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing Patient Data From Outside Threats

    The Genesis Physicians Group is a busy association. It serves 1,700 doctors in the North Texas area, acting as an intermediary between its clients and the insurance companies, and offering a range of other services - including the compilation of patient outcome data, credential management and secure email. As such,...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing a Growing Network

    KK Fine Foods, on the border between England and Wales, runs an intense, high volume business creating frozen gourmet meals for hotel groups, restaurant chains and other corporate or institutional customers. Managing KK's IT environment is a complex task. The company operates round the clock during busy periods, and now...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Creating a Safe Learning Environment

    Educators continue to grapple with the best way to help kids use the internet in school while protecting them from online dangers. The technical committee came up with access and use policies around which a solution could be evaluated. Now that Untangle is being used to manage and monitor network...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Keeping Malware Off the Network

    The Orthopaedic Associates of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is a local business with a large network. OAGR has twenty four specialist orthopaedic physicians and a total staff of 250 employees spread over three offices. As malware on the web became more widespread, OAGR found its network exposed to this new risk....

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Accessing Documents on the Go

    One of the difficulties of running a modern law practice is maintaining a secure, distributed network that still lends itself to being easy to use. Individual attorneys, while often in court or otherwise away from the office, need urgent access to email and centrally-held documents. The idea of calling someone...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing the Network

    Summer Hill, Ltd. is a relatively small business with a global reach. Headquartered in the San Francisco bay area, it sells high quality furniture and fabrics to architects and interior designers all over the world. It had a number of incidents, mostly security-based, which it just had no effective defenses...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Zapping Spam on BlackBerries

    The reduction in spam removed a huge source of irritation and allowed the Sunridge Blackberries to do the job they were meant to do - deliver hassle-free mobile communications. The solution looked like it would be perfect, but team were in for a surprise. Their investment in "Going Mobile" was...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    An Executive Overview of AirPatrol's Wireless Locator System

    This webcast gives a high-level overview of AirPatrol's Wireless Locator System (WLS) management software. It gives a real-time, realistic example of how AirPatrol's Wireless Locator System is used to monitor and manage both 802.11 devices and cellular call events on a live wireless network. Combined with AirPatrol's proprietary WLS Cell/WLAN...

    Provided By AirPatrol

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Architect CV

    Architects specifically design and formulate the concept of construction buildings and other infrastructure. When applying for a job in the architectural field, it is important to put more emphasis on past projects and experience years. An Architect's resume should be kept precise and the contents must be relevant all through.

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Construction Worker CV

    The field of construction offers many blue collar and white collar job opportunities. Not all careers in construction require specific academic qualification. They however all require that the applicant is capable of working well in a team setting and pays attention to detail. Construction worker resumes are useful for those...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Construction CV

    Construction entails physical development of buildings and infrastructure, interpreting detailed layouts on paper and transforming into strong eye catching construction. A Construction curriculum vitae needs to reflect the kind of worker the applicant is, therefore, when applying for a job in the construction or contractor sector, it is important to...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Level Platforms White Paper: Supporting Regulatory Compliance

    Since the late 1990s, governments have been enacting legislation that requires companies to apply strict controls on the way they do business. The purpose of these controls is to ensure accurate disclosure of risk to investors, and to safeguard end customers from misuse of their personal information. In a global...

    Provided By LPI Level Platforms

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Computer Networking CV

    A computer network technician sets up, installs and monitors both Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN). When applying to fill this post in a company, you need to write a CV that speaks for you, clearly bringing out your skills and abilities as well as technical and...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Recruitment CV

    Recruiters need to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge in the field that the organization they are applying to deals with. A recruiter CV should reflect an extensive period of working experience in the field. The recruiter CV should also show that you have analytical skills as well as good communication skills....

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Powersim Solutions Case Study: Ford Motor Company

    Back when automobiles were invented, Ford Motor Company could be sure that any locomotive that they make would find a buyer. Today, vehicles are manufactured according to customer demands. The case study speaks about the work flow at Ford and how it helps in improving efficiency. Prior to the last...

    Provided By Powersim Solutions

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Golf Lessons: Competing With Superstars Adversely Affects Performance

    Managers often use internal competition to motivate employees, but new research suggests that adding a superstar to the mix might actually hurt productivity rather than help it. In a recent study, it has been found that while competition may be beneficial among closely matched contenders, large differences in skill reduce...

    Provided By Northwestern University (Kellogg)

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Evaluating the Security Risks of Freedom on Social Networking Websites

    Many Web 2.0-based social networking sites permit their users to post comments containing a variety of HTML tags on other users' profiles. In this paper, the authors show that allowing arbitrary users to post multimedia HTML content on other users' social network profiles is an attack vector. Specifically, they demonstrate...

    Provided By Rutgers University

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Permabit Enterprise Archive: The Intelligent, Flexible Disk-Based WORM Solution

    This paper focuses on a storage technology called Write Once Read Many, or WORM, in the context of archival and compliance of digital information. WORM technology has been around for almost four decades, but many organizations still do not know if they need it. The lack of clarity in many...

    Provided By Permabit Technology

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Nelson Marlborough District Health Board Business Intelligence System

    The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (NMDHB) is the primary publicly funded health care provider in the Nelson/Marlborough region. Senior managers require business intelligence to support good decision making, track progress against the district annual plan and meet statutory reporting requirements. Sometimes analysts must access systems other staff is using...

    Provided By Montage Professional Services

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How A Business Security Alarm System Can Be Beneficial And Other Tips On How To Protect Your Business

    Whether you run a large retail chain or just opened a small boutique close to home, your business needs a security alarm system to protect your assets. A burglary can not only affect your current stock, but you may even have to close during investigations; not to mention the emotional...

    Provided By LaserShield DIRECT

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    A Roadmap to Risk Reduction: A Primer on Stopping Federal Network Data Leakage

    IBM offers the strategies, capabilities, and technologies necessary to help agencies preemptively protect Web applications from threats and address the complexities and growing costs of security risk management and compliance. This webcast shows how to stop network data leakage.

    Provided By IMB

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Mass Notification Systems: MNS Solutions For A Changing World

    An MNS is much more than an alarm system. By using the technologies based on fire alarm codes and standards, fire system manufacturers are able to produce a robust life safety and security system. For the benefit of owners and managers considering an MNS to safeguard a particular building or...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Health Care Focus: A Surefire Cure For Hospital Doorway Security

    Few facility-types encompass as many applications all under one roof, or require as much attention to detail, as a typical hospital building. Maternity wards, patient rooms, psychiatric wards, business offices, surgical suites, storage rooms - each application within a hospital, necessitates distinct door security solutions that, although designed for different...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Security: The Key System Is The First Line Of Defense

    In the world of security there are a number of areas that need to be in sync with each other. One of those areas is physical security devices and your key system. Since 9-11 we have seen an increase in onsite security. This type of security is in the form...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Facility Planning: Renovate Or Replace - Planning For The Future In A Recession

    University planners today frequently face challenges as state funding is delayed and donors postpone their donations. However, they still need to offer safer structures that have better amenities, newer technology, updated mechanical and plumbing systems, and a healthier physical environment. Architects can address spatial relationships, help campuses plan for the...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Mass Notification: Ready To Respond - IP-Based Emergency Mass Notification

    Security directors at university campuses and hospitals must be increasingly ready to confront and manage threat scenarios that range from extreme weather, major accidents and a pandemic such as H1N1 to bioterrorism and deliberate sabotage. Today's emergency managers are under enormous pressure to deploy scalable, next-generation mass notification systems that...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Security: Barcode Access Control In Health Care And Education

    At a time where the economy has become the hotbutton issue of the day, facility managers and building owners everywhere are scrambling for ways to improve and possibly expand on their access control systems without breaking their already-depleted banks. This holds particularly true for facilities such as hospitals or schools,...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Emergency Preparedness: Photoluminescent Egress Markings - Building Safety Trend Nationwide

    In the past few years since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, city and state governments across the country have been reviewing their building safety standards. The tragedy of September 11, 2001 showed clearly the need for fast, safe, reliable exit path markings in public buildings....

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Accessible Toilet Rooms: Planning For The New Standards

    This paper focuses on one common area - toilet rooms. The paper is not meant to discuss all of the requirements for a toilet room. Some of the more common areas of accessibility compliance for a toilet room are discussed along with a comparison of the current and new standards....

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Plumbing Renovation: Restroom Retrofits That Make Water Savings A Top Priority

    After years of budget cuts, many U.S. schools are actually in relatively healthy financial condition. Because of this, some districts are in the position to make renovations that can help overall operations of their schools. One area receiving quite a bit of attention is the restroom and more specifically, plumbing...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    IAQ: The Problem That Won't Go Away - IAQ & Floor Care

    Today's astute facility managers know that effective cleaning has much more to do with health than appearance. Of course, appearance is still important; however, compared to years past, it is no longer the key focus of cleaning. This is especially true with regards to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). Although discussing...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Door Openings: The Basic Fundamentals Of Doorway Security

    Doorways have evolved in recent years from simple mechanical building components into high-tech access control platforms and life safety portals. Fortunately, in the case of doorway security, complex does not mean difficult. Even with the rapid development of new products, electrified hardware systems, changing building codes, positive pressure and heightened...

    Provided By Continental Business Media

  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Data Entry Clerk CV Template

    Data entry jobs are very common start for those who want to grow in either the IT field or even administrative field. Highlighting your typing skills along with ardor for work would help in making your CV more attractive. People skills and ability to work under pressure would also help...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Mobotix and Alvarion - Surveillance Cameras Leveraging Wireless Broadband

    Combining Alvarion's market leading, robust broadband wireless equipment with Mobotix' high-resolution IP network cameras creates a powerful solution for high quality, real time video to monitor multiple locations. Traditional wireline infrastructure for connecting cameras is cost prohibitive or not available, broadband wireless offers an ideally low initial investment solution that...

    Provided By Notting Hill Media

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Mobotix IP Cameras Record Progress at University of Bedfordshire Redevelopment

    The University of Bedfordshire is using two Mobotix cameras installed by Lynx Networks to record the progress of the extensive redevelopment project at its Luton Campus. Time-lapse photography, taken automatically over 18 months, will allow the University to show a film of the demolition and construction of the new Student...

    Provided By Notting Hill Media

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Honeywell and Wireless CCTV Help Put SEAT Sport's Customers in Pole Position

    SEAT Sport UK is the motorsport division of SEAT UK which competes in the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC). The CCTV system needed to be wireless and be able to transmit high-resolution images via a clean signal without interfering with any of the diagnostic equipment or team telecommunications....

    Provided By Notting Hill Media

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Ikea Belfast Store Is Safe and Secure Thanks to Honeywell Security System

    An acronym for founder Ingvar Kamprad and his boyhood home place, Elmtaryd, Agunnaryd, the IKEA Group began operating in Sweden in 1943. At 29,000 sq meters, the IKEA Belfast store spans the equivalent area of five and a half football fields and is one of the Swedish retailer's flagship stores....

    Provided By Notting Hill Media

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Matson Alarm Company and Honeywell Create a Safe Environment for Central Valley Community Bank

    The Central Valley Community Bank has served California's Central Valley since 1980. Bank management was concerned about creating a safe environment for their employees and their customers since many of their branches are in remote locations. The bank contacted Matson Alarm of Fresno, CA to provide the solution. Matson Alarm...

    Provided By Notting Hill Media