1 Managed Security Services (MSS) based on Provisioned Security Services (PSS) Eyal Adar und Dan Sarel IP VALUE Abstract The paper discusses the reality of Managed Security Services today and their drawbacks. It then moves on to propose a solution to the most burning problems. The solution, Provisioned Security Services, is based on the premise that providing a strong provisioning platform, which automates processes and integrates into providers networks, will allow large providers to become key players in the area of managed security services. Architecture of an actual PSS solution is provided and briefly discussed. 1 Managed Security Services Data security is a complex issue, becoming more complex as the number of attacks and their sophistication grow. Good security experts are hard to come by, and most small to medium enterprises cannot afford to keep a security team in-house. As a result we see that more and more enterprises move to outsource the security functions (often as part of outsourcing the entire IT functions or major parts of it). As with other specialized areas, a major benefit for companies that outsource security, if high-level professional companies are used, is receiving best practices security at a relatively low cost. This trend has led to a growing new market. In Europe, in the US and elsewhere many Managed Security Services companies have sprung up, helping companies keep their data secure. Among the managed security services providers are new dedicated companies as well as older companies from different areas: security product vendors, consultants, ISPs and Telephone companies. These companies usually provide: Managed Firewall and VPN services providing network perimeter security as well as secure connectivity for mobile users and among sites. Content filtering IDS management Managed anti-virus (typically using gateway products) Network Monitoring (using the above products and management tools) and incident response Some companies also provide periodic vulnerability testing, patching and escalation
2 126 Eyal Adar und Dan Sarel Already starting to show up and expected to significantly grow in the future are the following services: Authentication services management PKI management Integrated security logging drawing, synchronizing and analyzing logs from different enforcement products) Company-wide security policy management And many other services 2 Managed Security Services Limitations Most products that the managed security services providers rely on were not designed to interface with other products. In large enterprises we see a lot of home-grown solutions that help integrate the security products. Managed security services are weary of providing such solutions since they require a different solution for each customer, making it highly uneconomical. Some of the new managed security services companies, usually set up by bold innovative highly professional personnel, tackle the problem using innovative techniques such as planting their own agents within the software and hardware provided by vendors. Others rely more on the vendors initiatives and partnerships that help integrate at least some of the security products. This limitation becomes more severe for the larger providers, whose businesses rely on quickly integrating custom-made services and products, rather than spending time and effort tailoring different solutions for different customers. There is another reason that large providers find it very difficult to provide MSS. Most designers of security products had the enterprise security personnel in mind. Answering providers needs, or integrating the products in providers systems were not originally seen as top priority. As a result of this bias, most products have no means of integration with back office services and components (CRM, HR, billing, etc.) and no automation of tasks. The products often suffer scalability limitations. The end result is that most work is done manually, services are not automated and integrated and it is still painful, expensive and requires lengthy processes to add new services. These are all problems that are familiar to anybody who has been thinking about Operation Support Systems (OSS) in general. However, security products add their own limitations. Security products are relatively young. Their relative complexity (having to deal with standards that are still in development and change all the time, dealing with complex technologies such as encryption, PKI, etc.), have led to major delays in adding the basic features that providers need (such as integration into back office systems) to the products. Another major obstacle is the fact that there is no industry-wide adoption of standards for management and communication with security products. Most vendors are still trying to
3 Managed Security Services based on Provisioned Security Services 127 win as much market share as they can, which often translates to lack of cooperation among vendors. Some of the more serious attempts to standardize management and communication among products are still bound to specific vendors or vendor consortia, making life extremely difficult for providers that need to cope with a multi-vendor environment and with situations where the products used by their customers are not necessarily of their own choice. In summary, MSS used to be provided by small companies (even if the main contractor was abig player). The Big players (typically, xsps) are entering the market, and finding that the products were not designed to answer their particular needs. New solutions are needed for the service providers in order to bridge these gaps. 3 A Word about the Business Needs The providers have, of course, a good reason to enter the market. It is a well-known fact that competition between the providers has dramatically reduced the prices of basic services, and in order to survive they must identify new sources of revenues Security has been singled out as a major player since it is relatively immune to changing financial climates (companies do not see security as a luxury they can do without when times get rough). And as we said before, companies are willing to pay a premium in order to outsource security. Roll-out of many new services is the key growth driver for all service providers (fixed-line, mobile, hosting, corporate), but so far rolling out security services, for the reasons we have quoted before, has been difficult to do. 4 PSS Closes the Gap Theoretically, if all products could come of age quickly, and standards quickly put into place and adopted by all vendors, providing MSS would have been as easy as providing anew phone line or access to the Internet. However, this will not be the case for quite some time. Anew infrastructure for the security services is therefore needed in order to complement the existing products. It must address: Integration into the provider s workflow Automation of as much of the processes as possible Integration into the provider s services We call the new infrastructure PSS, or Provisioned Security Services. The vision is quite simple. We imagine service providers being able to deliver to thousands of enterprises a pre-integrated service bundle consisting of access control services, virus protection, encryption services, authentication services, etc. all just by the click of a button with immediate availability to the customer and with total transparency. PSS will enable service providers to generate new revenue streams and cut costs through automated delivery of a wide range of security services
4 128 Eyal Adar und Dan Sarel 5 The PSS Challenge Even though the vision is simple, the challenge is not small. Turning an application into service requires integration with many sub-systems. As more applications are added, the integration becomes more complicated. The following diagram depicts the complexity of the integration. One must remember that each of the black arrows is not a simple connection. It often requires some programming and at times much more. For example, many of the security products do not have any interface that can allow proper billing (some products do not have the granularity and reporting abilities that allow the provider to find out each customer s use of the service). This not only complicates things, but also makes the task nearly impossible to achieve. Figure 1: PSS Challenge 6 The PSS Solution The solution comes in two steps: 1. Pre-integrate the new application with supporting sub-systems. 2. Automate the entire service workflow and provisioning process And this is what it looks like:
5 Managed Security Services based on Provisioned Security Services 129 Figure 2: PSS Solution The PSS solution adds a new layer of process integration. The layer must be smart enough to be able to communicate with the providers systems as well as with the security enforcement products. It eliminates the need, which is the current major obstacle, of having both layers communicate directly. In the reality of today s security service offering, this is what the high level of PSS will look like: Figure 3: PSS Solution Overview
6 130 Eyal Adar und Dan Sarel 7 PSS - Implementation The following diagram provides an overview of our own PSS platform, better known as premioss TM.Weoffer it as an example of how PSS can be achieved. Browser GUI (Struts) Start Process Start Function sync. call Customer Worklist Manager Business Elements Layer (statemachine) sync. call Contract / Product BE1 Firewall PremiOSS PM BE2... VPN Listener Antivirus User Admin GUI User Management JMS-Topics SA Impl. Content filtering Order Management request Legacy System GUI 1 Legacy System GUI 2 Legacy System 1 Legacy System 2 O1 O2 Scheduler response response JMS-Topi cs Ddos Other Other Figure 4: PSS Solution Overview premioss TM was designed to solve OSS problems in general. However, its design proved to be a perfect fit for security services. We will not go into much detail about the architecture here, however we will discuss a few of the major processes that allow this design to efficiently provision security services. One of the most important issues is the choice of a robust framework for communicating with different components that communicate in different ways. We have chosen to join the OSS/J initiative in order to achieve such a framework. The core of the premioss platform is purely java based, using state of the art commercial J2EE platforms. However, OSS systems have to communicate with many different systems, which are often not Java based or use proprietary interfaces. To handle so many different proprietary interfaces is a very complex task, which takes up many resources. To reduce this complexity the OSS/J initiative was founded. It is a body of Telecommunication industry leading players and experts with the goal to define and implement an open, standard set of s for Operation Support Systems using Java technology. This initiative is run under the conditions of the Java Community Process, which governs the
7 Managed Security Services based on Provisioned Security Services 131 evolution of Java Technology. In order to focus on business and application specific issues, the Java Platform Enterprise Edition was chosen as the technology platform for all implementations, enabling the robustness needed for large providers. The hardest task, which is perhaps harder with security products than other products, is to have a transparent system so that the provider s operator does not have to know what products are enforcing the services, or for that matter what a particular service means in terms of the underlying technology. For example, if an operator is required to provide high access control security to a particular customer, she does not have to know that this is translated into a set of strict firewall roles. In another example, if an operator is required to connect new mobile users to a company s network, he does not have to know that this will be done using a specific firewall on the customer s network, using a particular client on the mobile user s laptop. Of course, the operator does not have to know that IPSEC will be used, or that the encryption used will be 3DES with SHA1 authentication. However, this knowledge cannot be completely ignored. The system must still make the decision to use this particular set up. The system is designed to be able to translate the operator s command to the proper technical instructions. Furthermore, in its interfaces to the actual enforcement points (the actual security products), it keeps the knowledge of how to translate this into the particular commands and particular communication methods that the enforcement points expect. Perhaps most importantly, the system enables keeping the combined knowledge of all processes, be they security service related or processes that involve other IP based technologies and it allows this knowledge to be forwarded to other systems (such as billing, CRM, etc.). Among the services that the premioss is designed to provision are access control, VPN connectivity, anti-virus protection, content filtering and a new service that MSS providers are expected to offer in the near future protection against DDOS attacks. 8 PSS Advantages PSS shortens processes by automating as much as can be automated. Automation has its limits of course, and sometimes there is no alternative but to send a technician to configure some basic functions. The PSS system can help here too by making sure that the proper systems produce the necessary work orders, the follow ups, etc. PSS can also dramatically shorten the time it takes to offer new services. If built correctly, adding a new service is merely adding a new module to the system, and once the business parameters are decided upon (pricing, supported products, marketing, etc.), it can be a matter of days before a new service is up and running and offered to customers. Furthermore, scalability problems can be reduced, both in terms of subscribers and services, not only by automating the processes, but also by the ability of duplicating many system components.
8 132 Eyal Adar und Dan Sarel Management costs can be significantly reduced using a central management rather than many management systems, each addressing a service, or worse yet, each managing a particular product, which is usually the case with security products. Service provisioning is turned into a single process, rather than many processes, providing much better control. 9 PSS Summary PSS is a single application that manages all services: Provisioning of new security services and users Provisioning of all surrounding workflow processes needed (billing, CRM, etc.). Provisioning is made within the workflow process Provisioning is done transparently and easily most work is done through one console, the hard work is done automatically in the background Finally, a good PSS system creates the foundation for efficient MSS. 10 Examples The first example is very common in MSS and often requires specialist intervention as well as numerous procedures that result in a costly and inefficient process. Here the provider is asked to create a secure connection between two partners. After some research the provider realizes that this will have to be done using the different parties firewalls, which happen to use different vendors products. For the sake of the example, let s say that once is a Cisco Pix and the other is a Netscreen appliance. Today, the following will happen (this is a shortened list in reality there are many more steps): 1. Bob has to access the Netscreen management console to manage company A s firewall 2. Bob configures the firewall to create a tunnel with company B s Cisco PIX (about 10 commands, using either a WebUI or CLI via SSH) 3. Bob configures the firewall to allow host A from company B to access the tunnel (quite a few more commands, which include specifying the protected networks, the particular tunnel settings encryption method, authentication method, etc.) 4. Alice goes to the cisco Pix management software, repeats the above steps (very different commands, using different method of communications) for Site B. What makes this process even longer is the fact that it involves interoperability between two different products, which requires expert knowledge that Bob and Alice may not have. 5. Wilma will use another station and update the CRM system for each customer after receiving the information from Bob and Alice. 6. Another person will access the billing system and update the billing database regarding the new service.
9 Managed Security Services based on Provisioned Security Services Etc. etc. etc. Many providers take days in order to sort out the technical parts and a few more hours to get all the other systems updated. With PSS the picture should be different. Our vision suggests the following: 1. Jane goes to the PSS console 2. Using simple GUI she connects the two sites 3. All done In another example that shows the strength of the PSS system in translating business needs to action we discuss how access control services may be provided. A provider may decide to give customers the choice of having low, medium and high level security. The provider has made several decisions on what each security level means. For example, low level means allowing all traffic inand out of the customer s network but protecting against known attacks; medium security may mean allowing all outbound communications and not allowing anything, other than SMTP, in; while high level means allowing only specific protocols out (e.g. HTTP, DNS, SMTP) and specific protocols in, but only to the DMZ or to specific servers. The system will have one input the operator will click the level of security for a new customer. However, this will automatically start quite a few processes. One process will actually configure the customer s firewall (after looking up its IP address, its initial login and password, the product involved, its current version and where applicable its current configuration). This process will end when the correct adaptor is selected, sends the correct commands and receives the desired results. Depending on the provider s workflow the next stage may be a message to the billing system to start billing the customer according to a contract found in another database and the security level that was chosen. In some cases a message will be sent to an operator who will call the customer to inform of the service activation. Depending on the provider there may be many more steps, all can be automated by the PSS system. The devil is of course in the details. The system must have the means (i.e. the databases) to determine the customer s assets as well as the necessary information regarding the networks involved. It must also be able to communicate correctly with the products (use the correct protocol, and the correct commands not only for a particular product, but also for the specific product version), and provide alerts when the process does not go according to plans. These are only a few of the necessary conditions to make PSS happen. It is not an easy task, but once a PSS system is configured correctly, processes can be easily replicated among customers and providers can reap the benefits quickly.
WHITE PAPER Management: the Integrated Approach to Remote IT Management EXECUTIVE SUMMARY For decades, business imperatives for information technology (IT) have remained constant to cut costs and improve
Security Frameworks An Enterprise Approach to Security Robert Belka Frazier, CISSP email@example.com Security Security is recognized as essential to protect vital processes and the systems that provide those
Category Question Name Question Text C 1.1 Do all users and administrators have a unique ID and password? C 1.1.1 Passwords are required to have ( # of ) characters: 5 or less 6-7 8-9 Answer 10 or more
Application Note Using a Windows NT Domain / Active Directory for User Authentication NetScreen Devices 8/15/02 Jay Ratford Version 1.0 Page 1 Controlling Access to Large Numbers of Networks Devices to
What You Will Learn Public sector organizations without the budget to build a private cloud can consider public cloud services. The drawback until now has been tenants limited ability to implement their
Cisco PIX vs. Checkpoint Firewall Introduction Firewall technology ranges from packet filtering to application-layer proxies, to Stateful inspection; each technique gleaning the benefits from its predecessor.
1. Obtain previous workpapers/audit reports. FIREWALL CHECKLIST Pre Audit Checklist 2. Obtain the Internet Policy, Standards, and Procedures relevant to the firewall review. 3. Obtain current network diagrams
Competitive Analysis August 2001 WatchGuard SOHO - Product Overview WatchGuard Technologies extended its product offerings to the fast-growing broadband market through the acquisition of BeadleNet, LLC,
Postini White Paper Email Security for Small Businesses: What's the Right Solution For You? The Small Business Dilemma: Fighting Growing Email Threats with Fewer Resources Many small businesses today face
INTRODUCTION TO FIREWALL SECURITY SESSION 1 Agenda Introduction to Firewalls Types of Firewalls Modes and Deployments Key Features in a Firewall Emerging Trends 2 Printed in USA. What Is a Firewall DMZ
MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES Security first Safety first! Security is becoming increasingly important for companies, especially for the extension of networking to mission-critical environments, with new intranet
End-to-End Trust and Identity Platform White Paper Policy Management: The Avenda Approach To An Essential Network Service http://www.avendasys.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org email: email@example.com Avenda
A PPLICATION N O T E Configuring a VPN between a Sidewinder G2 and a NetScreen This document explains how to create a basic gateway to gateway VPN between a Sidewinder G 2 Security Appliance and a Juniper
NETASQ & PCI DSS Is NETASQ compatible with PCI DSS? We have often been asked this question. Unfortunately, even the best firewall is but an element in the process of PCI DSS certification. This document
For Public Use G/On Basic Best Practice Reference Guide Version 6 Make Connectivity Easy 2006 Giritech A/S. 1 G/On Basic Best Practices Reference Guide v.6 Table of Contents Scope...3 G/On Server Platform
White Paper: Managing Security on Mobile Phones April 2006 Managing Security on Mobile Phones April 2006 Table of Contents Abstract...2 Executive Summary...2 The Importance Of Managing Security On Mobile
Compliance SonicWALL PCI 1.1 Implementation Guide A PCI Implementation Guide for SonicWALL SonicOS Standard In conjunction with ControlCase, LLC (PCI Council Approved Auditor) SonicWall SonicOS Standard
JK0 015 CompTIA E2C Security+ (2008 Edition) Exam Version 4.1 QUESTION NO: 1 Which of the following devices would be used to gain access to a secure network without affecting network connectivity? A. Router
White Paper Copyright 2013. Valbrea Technologies Inc. All rights reserved. Table of Contents Contents Executive Summary 3 Background 3 Price of a Security Breach 3 Cost of Neglect 4 Solution 4 Manage Access
Firewalls Securing Networks Chapter 3 Part 1 of 4 CA M S Mehta, FCA 1 Firewalls Learning Objectives Task Statements 1.3 Recognise function of Telecommunications and Network security including firewalls,..
Network Design Recommendations Recommendations for s to take into account when doing network design to help create a more easily defendable and manageable network K-20 Network Engineering 6/30/15 Network
CHAPTER 3 Scenario: IPsec Remote-Access VPN Configuration This chapter describes how to use the security appliance to accept remote-access IPsec VPN connections. A remote-access VPN enables you to create
F-SECURE MESSAGING SECURITY GATEWAY DEFAULT SETUP GUIDE This guide describes how to set up and configure the F-Secure Messaging Security Gateway appliance in a basic e-mail server environment. AN EXAMPLE
PROTECTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH FIREWALLS: REVISED GUIDELINES ON FIREWALL TECHNOLOGIES AND POLICIES Shirley Radack, Editor Computer Security Division Information Technology Laboratory National Institute
VPN Distances? Companies network themselves with their branches, set up decentralized offices, encourage teleworking or integrate mobile employees and external service providers into their networks. The
Configuring IPSec VPN Tunnel between NetScreen Remote Client and RN300 This example explains how to configure pre-shared key based simple IPSec tunnel between NetScreen Remote Client and RN300 VPN Gateway.
UTM Firewall version 9 NETASQ MIGRATING FROM V8 TO V9 Document version: 1.1 Reference: naentno_migration-v8-to-v9 INTRODUCTION 3 Upgrading on a production site... 3 Compatibility... 3 Requirements... 4
WHITEPAPER SECUREAUTH 2-FACTOR AS A SERVICE 2FaaS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW 2-Factor as a Service (2FaaS) is a 100% cloud-hosted authentication solution that offers flexible security without compromising user
Course Overview Securing Email with Cisco Email Security Appliance (SESA) combines Parts 1 and 2 (SESA1, SESA2) into a single three day course. Students learn to use Cisco Email Security Appliances (ESA's)
IT Services Qualifying & COP Form Training April 2011 1 Agenda Purpose for the COP Form & How it Should Be Used Customer Opportunity Profile (COP) Form Identifying Virtualization Opportunities Identifying
H.I.P.A.A Compliance Made Easy Products and Services Provided by: Prevare IT Solutions 100 Cummings Center Suite 225D Beverly, MA 01915 Info-HIPAA@prevare.com 877-232-9191 Dear Health Care Professional,
` Remote Vendor Monitoring How to Record All Remote Access (via SSL VPN Gateway Sessions) An ObserveIT Whitepaper Daniel Petri March 2008 Copyright 2008 ObserveIT Ltd. 2 Table of Contents Executive Summary...
Network Virtualization Network Admission Control Deployment Guide This document provides guidance for enterprises that want to deploy the Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC) Appliance for their campus
Chapter 12 Network Security Security Policy Life Cycle A method for the development of a comprehensive network security policy is known as the security policy development life cycle (SPDLC). Network Security
AlwaysMail Sector 5 Cloud E-Mail INDEX INDEX 2 SECTOR 5 COMPANY PROFILE 3 Background Company Name & Address 3 1. SECTOR 5 HOSTED E-MAIL OFFERING 4 2. MICROSOFT HOSTED EXCHANGE 5 3. HOW WE MIGRATE COMPANIES?
Kaseya White Paper What Do You Mean My Cloud Data Isn t Secure? Understanding Your Level of Data Protection www.kaseya.com As today s businesses transition more critical applications to the cloud, there
External Authentication with Cisco VPN 3000 Concentrator Authenticating Users Using SecurAccess Server by SecurEnvoy Contact information SecurEnvoy www.securenvoy.com 0845 2600010 1210 Parkview Arlington
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF OUTSOURCING NETWORK SECURITY? Contents Introduction.... 3 What Types of Network Security Services are Available?... 4 Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment... 4 Cyber
How To - Deploy Cyberoam in Bridge Mode Cyberoam appliance can be deployed in a network in two modes: Bridge mode. Popularly known as Transparent mode Gateway mode. Popularly known as Route mode Article
Technical Guide Blue Jeans Network Security Features Blue Jeans Network understands an organization s need for secure communications. The Blue Jeans cloud-based video conferencing platform provides users
Secure Networks for Process Control Leveraging a Simple Yet Effective Policy Framework to Secure the Modern Process Control Network An Enterasys Networks White Paper There is nothing more important than
Entrust Managed Services PKI Using Entrust certificates with VPN Document issue: 1.0 Date of issue: May 2009 Copyright 2009 Entrust. All rights reserved. Entrust is a trademark or a registered trademark
Connect With Confidence Astaro Deployment Guide Clustering and Hot Standby Table of Contents Introduction... 2 Active/Passive HA (Hot Standby)... 2 Active/Active HA (Cluster)... 2 Astaro s HA Act as One...
NEWT Managed PBX A Secure VoIP Architecture Providing Carrier Grade Service This document describes the benefits of the NEWT Digital PBX solution with respect to features, hardware partners, architecture,
SofaWare Management Architecture Basics The SofaWare management architecture is made up of several software components. These components are similar to components in FW-1/NG. Some aspects of the SofaWare
Electronic Service Agent TM and Transmission Security And Information Privacy Electronic Services January 2006 Introduction IBM Electronic Service Agent TM is a software application responsible for collecting
How To - Deploy Cyberoam in Gateway Mode Cyberoam appliance can be deployed in a network in two modes: Gateway mode. Popularly known as Route mode Bridge mode. Popularly known as Transparent mode Article
Protect - Detect - Respond A Security-First Strategy HCCA Compliance Institute April 27, 2009 1 Today s Topics Concepts Case Study Sound Security Strategy 2 1 Security = Culture!! Security is a BUSINESS
How Cisco IT Uses Firewalls to Protect Cisco Internet Access Locations Cisco PIX Security Appliance provides stateful firewall protection at smaller Internet gateways. Cisco IT Case Study / Security and
SafeEnterprise SSL igate Managing Central Access to Resources with VPX Technology Introduction SSL is a well-established, high performing and secure technology for Internet transactions. The strength of
Firewalls & Intrusion Detection CS 594 Special Topics/Kent Law School: Computer and Network Privacy and Security: Ethical, Legal, and Technical Consideration 2007, 2008 Robert H. Sloan Security Intrusion
Networking for Caribbean Development BELIZE NOV 2 NOV 6, 2015 w w w. c a r i b n o g. o r g N E T W O R K I N G F O R C A R I B B E A N D E V E L O P M E N T BELIZE NOV 2 NOV 6, 2015 w w w. c a r i b n
Unified Threat Management QUICK START GUIDE CR35iNG Appliance Document Version: PL QSG 35iNG/96000-10.04.5.0.007/250121014 DEFAULTS Default IP addresses Ethernet Port IP Address Zone A 172.16.16.16/255.255.255.0
How To Configure Syslog over VPN Applicable Version: 10.00 onwards Overview Cyberoam provides extensive logging capabilities for traffic, system and network protection functions. Detailed log information
Computer Security CS 426 Lecture 36 Perimeter Defense and Firewalls CS426 Fall 2010/Lecture 36 1 Announcements There will be a quiz on Wed There will be a guest lecture on Friday, by Prof. Chris Clifton
White Paper: Virtual Monitoring and Assessment A Technical Overview of VMT s Architecture: Virtual Infrastructure Management Virtual Infrastructure Management (VIM) is the technical architecture pioneered
Broadband Phone Gateway BPG510 Technical Users Guide (Firmware version 0.14.1 and later) Revision 1.0 2006, 8x8 Inc. Table of Contents About your Broadband Phone Gateway (BPG510)... 4 Opening the BPG510's
Survey of IPv6 Support in Commercial Firewalls David Piscitello Fellow to the ICANN SSAC 1 Purpose and Scope of Study Determine IPv6 transport support and security service availability among commercial
Application Brief Nortel Networks Virtual Private Networking solutions for service providers Service providers addressing the market for Virtual Private Networking (VPN) need solutions that effectively
White Paper Cisco Cloud Email Security Interoperability with Microsoft Office 365 We ve all been witness to the cloud evolution and the technologies that have been driven by moving operations and resources
REDCENTRIC MANAGED FIREWALL SERVICE DEFINITION SD007 V4.1 Issue Date 04 July 2014 1) SERVICE OVERVIEW 1.1) SERVICE OVERVIEW Redcentric s managed firewall service (MFS) is based on a hardware firewall appliance
Using a reverse proxy server for TAD4D/LMT Intended audience The intended recipient of this document is a TAD4D/LMT administrator and the staff responsible for the configuration of TAD4D/LMT agents. Purpose
Internet Content Provider Safeguards Customer Networks and Services Synacor used Cisco network infrastructure and security solutions to enhance network protection and streamline compliance. NAME Synacor
1 2 This slide shows the areas where TCG is developing standards. Each image corresponds to a TCG work group. In order to understand Trusted Network Connect, it s best to look at it in context with the
A v a y a G l o b a l S e r v i c e s Managed Security Services for Data P r o a c t i v e l y M a n a g i n g Y o u r N e t w o r k S e c u r i t y 2 4 x 7 x 3 6 5 IP Telephony Contact Centers Unified
GMI CLOUD SERVICES Deployment, Migration, Security, Management SOLUTION OVERVIEW BUSINESS SERVICES CLOUD MIGRATION Founded in 1983, General Microsystems Inc. (GMI) is a holistic provider of product and
2011 BlackRidge Technology Transport Access Control: Overview 1 Introduction Enterprises and government agencies are under repeated cyber attack. Attacks range in scope from distributed denial of service
SECURING DATA IN TRANSIT illumio.com WP20150729 CONTENTS OVERVIEW 3 Business drivers 3 Current challenges with securing data in transit 3 The Illumio solution 3 CURRENT APPROACHES TO SECURING DATA IN TRANSIT
Compliance Report PCI DSS 2.0 Generated by Check Point Compliance Blade, on July 02, 2013 11:12 AM 1 74% Compliance 96 Action Items Upcoming 0 items About PCI DSS 2.0 PCI-DSS is a legal obligation mandated
Fear Not What Security Can Do to Your Firm; Instead, Imagine What Your Firm Can Do When Secured! Presented by: Kristen Zarcadoolas, Jim Soenksen, and Ed Sale PART 2: plan, act, repeat (from the look, plan,
Computer Fraud & Security, May 2007 page 1/10 From Network Security To Content Filtering Network security has evolved dramatically in the last few years not only for what concerns the tools at our disposals
White Paper Data Collection and Analysis: Get End-to-End Security with Cisco Connected Analytics for Network Deployment Cisco Connected Analytics for Network Deployment (CAND) is Cisco hosted, subscription-based
I N S T A L L A T I O N M A N U A L 2015 Fastnet SA, St-Sulpice, Switzerland. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form of this manual without written permission of Fastnet SA is
White Paper Database Security in Virtualization and Cloud Computing Environments Three key technology challenges in protecting sensitive data Table of Contents Securing Information in Virtualization and
The Bomgar Appliance in the Network The architecture of the Bomgar application environment relies on the Bomgar Appliance as a centralized routing point for all communications between application components.
Scalable Secure Remote Access Solutions Jason Dely, CISSP Principal Security Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Friberg Solutions Architect Cisco Systems, Inc. email@example.com Jeffrey A. Shearer,
642 523 Securing Networks with PIX and ASA Course Number: 642 523 Length: 1 Day(s) Course Overview This course is part of the training for the Cisco Certified Security Professional and the Cisco Firewall
This chapter describes some basic Email Security Gateway configuration settings, some of which can be set in the first-time Configuration Wizard. Other topics covered include Email Security interface navigation,
Network Security Total solution for your network security With the growth of the Internet, malicious attacks are happening every minute, and intruders are trying to access your network, using expensive
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.