Posts Tagged ‘System Monitoring’

Maintain System Efficiency with Server Monitoring

Do you conduct server monitoring regularly? Would you bet money that your system is operating at peak efficiency? Could you state with complete conviction that your servers are completely free of issues? Don’t worry if you cannot answer these questions positively, as almost everyone seems to be in the same boat. Maintaining your network and [...]

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7 Reasons Why You Need Internet Monitoring Software

Internet monitoring software should be part of any organization’s defense-in-depth strategy, and can provide your business with several web security benefits. This solution protects your users, your systems, your data, and by extension, your customers, by countering the web threats that come along when permitting your users Internet access. Here are the seven major reasons [...]

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BotHunter – Tracks and Isolate Network Malicious Threats

Today it is well-known that malwares and spams may bypass antiviruses and intrusion detection systems. if security software vendor did not develop the required signature for this attack than attacker will be able to execute the malicious software and take a full control of the corperate network. To stop the malicious activities at an early [...]

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Why Monitor Internet Usage?

As security professionals we often know what needs to be done, however convincing Management to invest in certain software can be hard. Monitoring Internet usage can be a controversial action, one that Management might be reluctant to agree to unless the security professional can clearly explain the reasons behind the required controls and have it [...]

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Lockheed Suspended Remote Access After a Cyber Attack

Lockheed Martin Corp., the U.S. government’s top information technology provider has suspended the email remote access to corporate application after discovering a network intrusion that is related to a major RSA attack. “As a result of the swift and deliberate actions taken to protect the network and increase IT security, our systems remain secure,” Jennifer [...]

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Hewlett-Packard Fixes a Bunch of OpenView Vulnerabilities

Hewlett-Packard Company has released several patches for a bunch of vulnerability on OpenView Software products. HP advises administrators to install the patches immediately to mitigate the risk. OpenView Network Node Manager (OV NNM) is affected by 12 critical bugs that attackers could use to execute remote arbitrary code and gain control over the system. The [...]

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