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Session Monitoring Provides Context Aware Security for Windows

Posted May 23, 2013    Morey Haber

The Windows world is about to get a long overdue lesson from Unix. Privilege Identity Management does not stop at just logging that an application gets launched with elevated privileges; administrators need to know what the user does with that application, as well. Did they use the program within the guidelines of company policy or…

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Security Tools for IT

Posted April 30, 2013    Bill Virtue

There is still a divide between the Security Operations Center (SOC) and the Network Operating Center (NOC). Security Operations is more strategic following security best practices to improve corporate security posture (based on business risk) and to ensure implementation of security policies and compliance. While IT is focused on network management, infrastructure availability and SLAs…

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Security Intelligence: Finding Out What Part Actually Makes You Smart

Posted April 12, 2013    Mike Yaffe

Organizations of all sizes having been trying to address Big Data, Security Intelligence and contextual security for awhile, but without much success. For security folks in particular this is a sensitive topic, as nestled among the thousands of lines of code or logs files is what they need to know to prevent the next successful breach. SIEM…

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Oracle’s Java Hates Least-Privilege

Posted March 8, 2013    Marc Maiffret

Recently, there has been a lot of commentary and discussions about what to do about the state of security and the seemingly endless attacks that we are facing. There are, of course, many recommendations that are being made at a governmental level of how best to approach this problem through the use of information sharing…

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PowerBroker for Windows, Best Known Secrets – Collections

Posted October 1, 2012    Morey Haber

One of the best-known secrets about PowerBroker for Windows is the ability to logically group rules into Collections. This Best Practice allows you to organize rules based on almost any criteria and treat multiple rules as a single entity. This feature is most useful when: Rules require the same item-level targeting Organizing rules into physical…

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Now Available! Direct Integration from Retina CS into RSA Archer eGRC

Posted June 1, 2012    Morey Haber

Yet another first for BeyondTrust and eEye Digital Security. Our combined companies are proud to release our first new direct integration from Retina CS into RSA Archer eGRC. The business value provides comprehensive vulnerability management data directly into Archer’s Threat Management system. Using direct database access from Archer’s Integration System, the eGRC platform harvests asset…

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Configuration Mistakes Make for Costly Security Gaps

Posted May 25, 2012    Daniel Jacobowitz

Earlier this week, Brian Prince over at Security Week posted an article on a subject that we’ve always been passionate about here at eEye, now BeyondTrust, Research – and that’s configuration.  More specifically, the incredible impact that smart, effective configuration can have on reducing attack surface for any size organization.

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