Compliance is becoming and increasingly onerous and challenging task. Here, you will find a wealth of information that explains the requirements of acts such as HIPAA, PCI DSS and SOX and reviews of leading compliance products and services.
If you have identified the need for a security policy, you will need to take into account matters of communication, compliance, and testing. Managing your email services, data sharing, use of portable hardware and what websites are available can all improve productivity and avoid security incidents.
What questions are on the certification exams for information security? What do students and personnel need to know to pass the exams so they can earn a professional certification?
It didn’t take long for identity thieves to take advantage of the Internet age to further their scams. If you wish to keep your identity safe while online, you really need to get some good security software
HIPAA is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. It is also known as the Kennedy-Kassbaum Act as well, and compliance to it was expected by all organizations by April 14, 2003.
Find out why Windows Action Center is not the same as Windows Security Center in XP and Vista. Read this article on what is Windows Action Center and how it will benefit end-users of Windows 7.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was a United States law on corporate responsibility in the sponsored by House Representative Michael Oxley and Senator Paul Sarbane in 2002.
CISSP - five magic letters to make your business secure or no magic - just hard working person to protect and secure?
Any program designed for XP but not compatible to Vista or Windows 7 is possible to run with the required administrator privileges using VistaUACMaker.
Ever wonder if the file, processes, start-up items and drivers is safe? You can now use FreeFixer to determine if the file is safe or malicious without putting the critical and important system and files at risk.
When you hear the term “network security” you might only think of viruses, hackers, and malware as threats. But did you know that network security can be severely compromised by unintentional human errors? It can be compromised by human nature too.