This white paper examines the necessary requirements to adhere to PCI DSS, the implications of non-compliance as well as how effective event log management and network vulnerability management play a key role in achieving compliance.
Companies' dependency on email to do business brings with it various problems. Storage limitations, backups, problematic PST files, access to old emails and regulatory compliance or eDiscovery requests are a few issues that arise. Failure to address these effectively could have serious repercussions for the organization.
Technology has helped financial institutions work harder and faster than ever before. The downside: Sensitive data is more vulnerable than ever before. Financial Insights offers ideas and solutions to improve Information Security (IS). Click to learn more on protecting your most important assets, your data.
Managing compliance is a huge challenge for companies, straining IT resources needed to meet service level agreements. To overcome these challenges, IT must support the objectives of your business. This white paper describes how IBM Service Management does just that. It defines and monitors IT governance and compliance management in a repeatable manner across businesses of any size.
Challenges like competitive pressures, compliance activities and higher operational costs make service management more critical than ever. To keep up, IT operations must constantly improve visibility, control and automation while bridging the gaps among business, development and daily operations.
A comprehensive solution for leveraging data in today's financial industry. Most organizations realize that the key to success lies in how well they manage data—and the banking industry is no exception. From customer statistics to strategic plans to employee communications, financial institutions are constantly juggling endless types of information.
Small and Mid-market customers struggle to meet ever mounting e-mail archiving requirements and associated compliance demands - often with a limited I/T staff and within strict budgetary guidelines. Compliance requires eMail to be retained more stringently and for longer periods of time - fueling existing challenges of eMail management. Learn more today!
Discover the hidden dangers posed by privileged users and the damages they have caused. This webcast features two senior analysts from Burton Group Identity and Privacy Strategies, as well as IBM identity and access management solutions address this security and compliance challenge.
All merchants and service providers that handle, transmit, store, or process information concerning credit cards are required to be compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards requirements (PCI), or face contract penalties or even termination by the credit card issuers. This paper discusses the 12 requirements of PCI, and how Secure Computing's portfolio of security solutions can help enterprises meet and exceed them.
CIOs today are being called upon to interpret business strategy and priorities, then add value through information technology initiatives. At a time when "critical to the business" translates to "mission-critical IT", how do you ensure end-to-end availability and reliability of the IT resources that enable your company’s essential business processes.
The nature of the financial services industry places a myriad of international compliance requirements on a company's IT team, as well as an expectation by its customers to deliver the high test levels of performance and reliability.
To survive and thrive, businesses in the industry must not only keep pace with customer demand but gain competitive advantage. Those demands mean the IT team must be at the forefront of adopting emerging technologies.
This is certainly true for Orangefield Columbus, who recently experienced significant growth in its multiple databases which led to the serious performance degradation of its existing storage system. By focusing on a proactive data management storage array, Orangefield was able to eliminate resource contention.
Download now and examine Orangefield's journey to find a solution that would meet, and exceed, their performance and capacity requirements.
Although roles-based access control (RBAC) has been the subject of much interest in the past, experience with it has been mostly disappointing. The challenge of discovering established roles, defining new roles according to business need, connecting roles properly to the IT infrastructure, ensuring that they meet all compliance requirements, and managing roles through their natural lifecycles has, until now, proved to be too complicated and cumbersome to be practical.
Every large enterprise has employees who need some level of access to its critical information resources, and many also provide a wide variety of types and levels of access to contractors, partners, vendors, and customers. Each of these points of access represents a source of potential business and compliance risk.
As incidents of identity theft and fraud skyrocket, companies are scrambling to keep up with complex attacks and effectively safeguard consumer information. If you store, process, or transmit cardholder data, comprehensive visibility, actionable intelligence and the ability to respond rapidly to threats has become paramount.
Securing Federal information and systems is an ongoing challenge. By implementing comprehensive security compliance management methods for data collection, retention, monitoring and reporting, federal agencies can successfully demonstrate a sound framework that meets FISMA requirements.
To manage threats to the enterprise and successfully meet compliance challenges, organizations need a comprehensive security strategy that can successfully do battle with inside as well as outside threats. Today, companies are increasingly leveraging security information management (SIM) solutions to build a clean, concise, and manageable process for dealing with the tremendous volumes of raw security information from disparate devices, applications, and databases.
Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Apr 22, 2010
Regulatory compliance, legal discovery and storage management issues are driving more organizations to consider email archiving. Here's what you should know when making decisions about your organization's use of email archiving technology.
Tripwire Enterprise combines real-time change detection, comprehensive configuration auditing, continuous policy compliance management, and rapid configuration remediation in a single solution. By integrating these Tripwire solutions, you can correlate all suspicious events with changes to take control of threats across all events and changes.
Unlike others, Tripwire solutions identify the events that matter most-those that pose the real security risks or take you out of compliance. And they help you discover those events immediately, while you can still contain the damage.
New research reveals that C-level executives feel good data protection efforts support organizational goals such as compliance, reputation, management or customer trust, but there is a lack of confidence in the ability to safeguard sensitive information.
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