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Published By: LogRhythm     Published Date: Jan 24, 2013
An IANS Custom Report that details how and why SIEM tools today need to more intuitive and combine multiple functionality to help IT professionals detect and defend against today's more sophisticated threats.
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blind spots, security intelligence, big data, analytics, big data analytics, custom report, security, it management, data management, business technology, data center
    
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Published By: ScriptLogic     Published Date: Mar 30, 2012
So given the tough economic times, what else can IT do to deliver more value to the business? Are there potential blind spots within the IT organization that could destroy a carefully planned budget? Does your company have an active SAM program?
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scriptlogic, software asset management, software license, tracking, automation, system center configuration manager, sccm, virtual application
    
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Published 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, security
    
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