Similar to unraveling a math word problem, Security Intelligence: A Practitioner's Guide to Solving Enterprise Security Challenges guides you through a deciphering process that translates each security goal into a set of security variables, substitutes each variable with a specific security technology domain, formulates the equation that is the deployment strategy, then verifies the solution against the original problem by analyzing security incidents and mining hidden breaches, ultimately refines the security formula iteratively in a perpetual cycle. You will learn about: Secure proxies a the necessary extension of the endpoints Application identification and control a visualize the threats Malnets a where is the source of infection and who are the pathogens Identify the security breach a who was the victim and what was the lure Security in Mobile computing a SNAFU With this book, you will be able to: Identify the relevant solutions to secure the infrastructure Construct policies that provide flexibility to the users so to ensure productivity Deploy effective defenses against the ever evolving web threats Implement solutions that are compliant to relevant rules and regulations Offer insight to developers who are building new security solutions and productscorporate Microsoft Exchange Mail server using the builtain iOS mail application, without the need to connect through ... Current MDM solutions do not prevent managed mobile devices from using untrusted wireless networks. ... For example, a mobile device can scan a Quick Response (QR) code that may lead to a malicious landing page and eventually to the download and installation of malware. Current MDM solutions cannot address device interactions with other external systems.
|Author||:||Qing Li, Gregory Clark|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-04-13|