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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 30, 2006
With web applications constantly evolving, finding vulnerabilities is a challenging, costly and time-consuming undertaking.  Find out how Cenzic's powerful security solutions help information security teams quickly identify problems, regularly assess web application security strength and ensure regulatory compliance.
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application security, vulnerabilities, vulnerability management, security complinace, compliance, regulatory compliance, it spending, hacker detection, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 29, 2006
The Cenzic Hailstorm® solution helps companies comply with AB 1950, allowing companies to use automated processes to manage their security. Hailstorm is a key tool for preventing breaches.
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identity theft, application security, password management, security management, compliance, california sb 1386, senate bill 1386, ab 1950, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 21, 2006
Enterprises need to utilize software testing that can automatically review applications for security problems. This document examines the market drivers and technology associated with software security code review products and discusses how Cenzic is addressing this urgent need.
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web applications, application security, web application security, security code, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 21, 2006
Enterprises are responding to new threat on communication protocols by hardening Web applications, and they are increasingly turning to Web application security assessment tools to improve the security of their applications. This report examines why high accuracy is critical to the effectiveness of the tools, and it discusses how Cenzic Hailstorm addresses this problem.
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application security, web application security, hacker detection, cenzic, cenzic hailstorm
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 29, 2006
The Cenzic Hailstorm® solution helps financial institutions comply with GLBA and other laws by automating risk assessment, checking for vulnerability to the injection of malicious code into Web servers, automating the testing of code and key controls during the software development process, and helping them respond to new vulnerabilities in the software development lifecycle.
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application security, auditing, authentication, financial, compliance, vulnerability management, software compliance, regulatory compliance, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 29, 2006
With web applications constantly evolving, finding vulnerabilities is a challenging, costly and time-consuming undertaking.  The solution is automated security assessment products that leverage stateful processing to comprehensively examine web applications and reveal vulnerabilities in hours rather than weeks.  Find out how Cenzic's ClickToSecure solution can help you secure your applications.
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compiance, internet application security, it spending, application security, vulnerability management, identity management, security assessment, security audit, web security, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 11, 2008
This paper explores the role of white box vs. black box testing. White box testing technologies have a definite but limited use and value. From a Web application security perspective it must be understood that significant blind spots come with white box testing. Ultimately white box testing is not sufficient to secure your applications: simply put organizations that rely solely on white box technologies will be exposed to vulnerabilities in their applications, thus making it an ineffectual method of testing real-world risks. This paper will demonstrate black box or dynamic testing is ultimately the appropriate solution for “truly” securing Web applications.
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cenzic, web application security, white box texting, black box testing, secure web applications, cenzic
    
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By: Cenzic     Published Date: Nov 11, 2008
This white paper highlights Cenzic’s recommendation of a process of continuous assessment for applications in development and production environments -- a process that can equally apply to Intranet and public facing applications alike. Continuous testing can now be easily and safely done in a virtualized environment; no longer putting production web applications at risk. Companies can now easily and quickly, add vulnerability testing to their list of activities for all of their Web applications including production applications. Using a testing methodology across a company’s Web application portfolio will significantly enhance the security of all Web applications.
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web application security, testing web applications, cenzic, assessments for web applications
    
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By: SpringCM     Published Date: Dec 06, 2006
You’ve made the decision: the overall ease and economics of implementing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) appeal to you, and you have selected an application that delivers what you need for your business.  The last hurdle is the service component itself — making sure that critical factors like security, speed, and reliability that will affect your users’ experience meet your standards.
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saas, on-demand, on demand, real time, real-time, appication selection, vendor selection, software selection, service provider, springcm, spring cm
    
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By: Provenir     Published Date: Mar 14, 2007
Mobile banking - banking on mobile devices including mobile phones, iPhones, Blackberries, and PDAs is taking off again, and financial institutions around the world are rushing to leverage the technology to gain new customers. This white paper describes the mobile banking "revolution", the state of the technology, the challenges, and the benefits.
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wireless, wireless application software, wireless security, wireless phones, pda, smart phones, mobile computing, banking, financial, mobile banking, provenir
    
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By: Network Engines     Published Date: Sep 21, 2007
Enterprise customers want software applications delivered as server appliances because they help to reduce IT costs and complexity. Appliances provide better performance, security and manageability. Learn from experts, about factors to consider and things to avoid with the appliance delivery model.
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software as an appliance, hardware, server hardware, software appliance, software delivery, software management, enterprise software, software installation, network performance, network engine, network engines
    
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By: CopiaTECH     Published Date: Mar 18, 2008
Words like “integrated” and “centralized” have been used to describe application software solutions for some years now, often because of marketing messaging that implies more interoperability than the given technology can actually provide to the business customer. The terms are broad enough to be almost meaningless in some instances. In the field of IT security, the sheer range of tools and techniques in the hacker or virus writer’s armory that one must guard against has driven up the number of solutions required to prevent attacks.
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
KEMP Technologies LoadMaster Application Delivery Controller and Server Load Balancer appliances provide full support for Microsoft Windows Terminal Services (WTS). The LoadMaster WTS capabilities helps organizations maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of their networks. KEMP delivers this at an affordable price.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Today’s small-to-medium sized businesses (SMB) are undergoing the same IT evolution as their enterprise counterparts, only on a smaller scale. For SMBs, website reliability, flexible scalability, performance and ease of management are as essential to SMB website infrastructure as they are to an enterprise. It’s fare to say that these capabilities are an important operational imperative for businesses of all sizes.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Today’s web and application infrastructure continues to expand applications for e-commerce, and communications with customers, partners and internal employees. For those responsible for deploying, maintaining and supporting these networked applications, there is an increasing need to get the highest performance out of datacenter equipment, while simplifying the complexity that causes excess overhead and unnecessary costs.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies, infrastructure
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Small-to-medium sized businesses (SMB) are increasingly relying upon web-based applications and web-enabled services for running their business. Applications such as CRM, e-commerce transactions and other web-enabled applications are accessed both locally and remotely from outside the business facilities. These web-based applications are vulnerable to attacks from viruses, intrusions, and denial of service (DoS) attacks, as traffic comes into the network through various ports and firewalls without being inspected.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Kemp Technologies’ LoadMaster Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Server Load Balancer (SLB) appliances are low energy consumers. Reducing energy use at the point of consumption, LoadMaster provides benefits to other areas by reducing load on power and cooling facilities, which in turn reduce their own energy use.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies, energy, green
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
The Web experience is changing for consumers. While the National Retail Federation reports that over 90 percent of customers research products on the Web before purchasing, a single product photo and description is not enough to close the sale. Through broadband, with Flash and JPEG product images, retailers are providing information to potential customers which will improve the likelihood of closing the sale.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies, retail, ecommerce, e-commerce, ebusiness, e-business
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Chances are, if you’re utilizing SSL, you’re not utilizing it to its full potential. SSL is a powerful technology that can help organizations protect their data as well as their users. While the technology behind SSL is solid, the most common best practices for its implementation do not take full advantage of the benefits that SSL brings. And this may be inadequate to provide proper security to the modern web application environment.
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ssl, load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies, web security, secure socket layer
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
SkyVantage, a provider of hosted airline reservation services, provides an industry-leading airline reservation and management system for specialized small-to-medium and start-up airlines, as well as airline charter organizations. In an industry with high operating costs and tight competition, SkyVantage was founded based on the need to deploy a web-based, lower-cost software management solution to the airline industry, without sacrificing features.
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software management, skyvantage, load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies
    
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By: KEMP Technologies     Published Date: Aug 04, 2008
Websites have become critical components of most businesses’ core operations. They support the brand and ordering process, serve as data information resources and assist in overall customer care. Having poor website performance or poor reliability can destroy or severely damage a business and its reputation. The increasing importance of these websites leads to critical requirements of security, reliability and scalability. Delivering these, however, can leave an SMB stretched beyond its resources.
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load balancer, load balancing, application delivery, ssl acceleration, application optimization, windows terminal services, terminal services, content switching, server load balancing, application security, network security, kemp, kemp technologies
    
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By: ZSL Inc.     Published Date: Sep 25, 2008
The hotspot in the current IT world is optimized Web Services. Now the enterprises have started their vision towards next generation Web Services. This white paper gives information for the business managers and engineers in developing and deploying Web Services using Rational Application Developer (RAD) and WebSphere Application Server (WAS), respectively. This paper explains the process to:* create a Web Service and Web Server client* build security to that web service* deploy the web service in WebSphere application server
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zsl, soap, java, wsdl, uddi, web service security, risk exposure
    
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By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Oct 16, 2008
As the military and US government rely more heavily on custom-built applications for communications and management, they also become more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Worse, according to the Dept. of Homeland Security, the number of attacks on custom-built applications is doubling every year. Learn about critical threats, methods that military and civilian agencies can use to deal with cyber attacks and technologies that improve security for custom-built applications.
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security, application security, audit, risk, vulnerabilities, fortify, fortify software, hackers, cyber threats, application security standards, threats, assessment, remediation, department of homeland security, us government, military agency, civilian agency, military
    
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By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Nov 19, 2008
This webinar explores 12 of the most common security traps in Java by examining the causes of security failures in modern Java–based applications. Approaching security with an “outside in” style, we look at vulnerabilities from a developer’s perspective, focusing on the source code.
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security, application security, java, vulnerabilities, developer, source code, analysis, fortify software, fortify
    
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By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Nov 19, 2008
Matt Rose, Senior Software Security Consultant at Fortify Software, shares his findings from a year analyzing millions of lines of code. He unveils his top ten most common vulnerabilities and provides detailed examples of each. These technical examples come from his experience working with fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and major ISVs.
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security, application security, java, vulnerabilities, developer, source code, analysis, fortify software, fortify, security best practices, common vulnerabilities, code
    
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