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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #438 2009-04-06
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #438
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This issue is sponsored by Tripwire

Configuration and Change Management for IT Compliance and Risk Management

Learn from industry analysts how IT organizations are using configuration management to meet
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #437 2009-03-27
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

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This issue is sponsored by Entrust

Securing What's at Risk: A Common Sense Approach to Protecting Users Online

This white paper outlines issues with managing online identities across a diverse customer base when f

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #436 2009-03-18
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #436
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This issue is sponsored by Tripwire

Configuration Assessment: Choosing the Right Solution
Configuration assessment lets businesses proactively secure their IT infrastructure and achieve
compliance with important indu

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #435 2009-03-11
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

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SQL Server stored procedure encryption 2009-03-06
Igor Mamuziæ (igor mamuzic koncar-inem hr)
Hello group:)

Is there a way to protect my stored procedures in SQL Server 2005 with my own key / certificate? There is an option to do this with system key, but then administrator is able to decrypt it and this is something that I would like to avoid if possible:)

Best regards,
Igor

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #434 2009-03-05
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

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This issue is sponsored by Qualys

Choosing a solution for Vulnerability Management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your
organization's network and data. Without proven, automated technology for precise dete

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #433 2009-02-26
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #433

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This issue is sponsored by Sophos Security Threat Report: 2009

Predicting the future in such a rapidly evolving environment is near impossible. One only needs to count the rate at which new malware appears today comp

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #432 2009-02-19
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #432

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This issue is sponsored by Purewire

NEW! White Paper: "Hackers Announce Open Season on Web 2.0 Users and Browsers"

Learn how hackers are exploiting your employees Web surfing to gain entry into your network. Drive-b

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #431 2009-02-11
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #431
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This issue is sponsored by Sophos

Is virtualization a black hole in your security? 5 ways to ensure it isn't...

End users running unauthorized virtual environments on their computers make corporate systems and data m

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #430 2009-02-05
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #430
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Symantec NetBackup Design Best Practices with Data Domain
This white paper walks you through how Data Domain integrates with NBU, including planning and sizing considerations, operational considerations, offsite replic

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #429 2009-01-31
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #429
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Vulnerability Management for Dummies: How to Implement a Successful Vulnerability Management Program
As a business owner, or someone responsible for network security within your organization, you need to understand how

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RE: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-28
Omar Salvador Alcalá Ruiz (oalcala scitum com mx)
Look at ISO27001 and CISSP certification. Control access will require you to correctly split personnel, and there are some topics for 3rd parties (how to get them in the network, guests management, logs, and so on), not to mention that this will imply an access to the directory.

HTH

OA

-----Origi

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customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-26
Stegman, Bill (Bill Stegman crump com) (5 replies)
Hi, I'm trying to dissuade management from allowing user accounts to be created on the same domain as our company users for what I feel are obvious reasons, but when pressed for specific issues I'm at a bit of a loss. I cited reasons such as;
A clear demarc between customer accounts and our own acc

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Re: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-29
Kevin Tunison (ktunison gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-02-04
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R: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-28
Vega - Brunello Ivan (I Brunello vegaspa it)
RE: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-28
James D. Stallard (james leafgrove com)
RE: customer user accounts and internal user accounts on same domain 2009-01-28
Davies, Alan (GE Money) (AlanJ Davies ge com) (1 replies)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #428 2009-01-20
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #428
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This issue is sponsored by The Computer Forensics Show

THE COMPUTER FORENSICS SHOW IS THE "DON'T MISS" EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR ALL LITIGATION, ACCOUNTING AND IT PROFESSIONALS
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #427 2009-01-15
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #427
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This issue is sponsored by the Purewire

NEW! White Paper: "Hackers Announce Open Season on Web 2.0 Users and Browsers"

Learn how hackers are exploiting your employees Web surfing to gain entry into your network. Dri

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #426 2009-01-07
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #426
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This issue is sponsored by the Computer Forensics Show

THE COMPUTER FORENSICS SHOW IS THE "DON'T MISS" EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR ALL LITIGATION, ACCOUNTING AND IT PROFESSIONALS

April 27-29, 2009
Washington DC Convention

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #425 2009-01-01
rkeith securityfocus com
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #425
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This issue is sponsored by Purewire

NEW! White Paper:
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Learn how hackers are exploiting your employees Web surfing to gain entry into your network. Drive-by

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #424 2008-12-29
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #424
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This issue is sponsored by Purewire

NEW! White Paper:
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Learn how hackers are exploiting your employees Web surfing to gain entry into your network. Drive-by

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #424 2008-12-19
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #424
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NEW! White Paper:
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Learn how hackers are exploiting your employees Web surfing to gain entry into your network. Drive-by

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #423 2008-12-12
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #423
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This issue is sponsored by Ironkey: The World's Most Secure Flash Drive

IronKey flash dives lock down your most sensitive data using today's most advanced security technology.
IronKey uses military-grade AES CBC-mod

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #422 2008-12-05
rkeith securityfocus com

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #422
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This issue is Sponsored by Verisign

Learn how to protect your online customers with SSL technology that not only keeps their information safe, but also lets them know your site is secure - Extended Validation (EV) SS

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #421 2008-11-28
rkeith securityfocus com

SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #421
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This issue is Sponsored by Absolute Software

Securing Laptops in the Field . Live Webinar
Minimize laptop theft and data loss by managing laptops outside the network. In this Dec. 9 webinar, IT asset management speci

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #420 2008-11-20
Rob Keith (rkeith securityfocus com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #420
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This issue is Sponsored by Symantec

Symantec NetBackup Design Best Practices with Data Domain
This white paper walks you through how Data Domain integrates with NBU, including planning and sizing considerations, oper

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