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Monitoring Bank DDoS Attacks Tough Task For Third Parties
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MROBINSON000
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MROBINSON000,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/18/2013 | 2:34:29 PM
re: Monitoring Bank DDoS Attacks Tough Task For Third Parties
Want to Reduce Application Security
Risk? Build more Secure Software! Over the years IGve seen a variety of
approaches to this problem and have helped many customers on their path toward
more secure applications and reduced risk. ItGs interesting that you can
categorize most approaches into these three areas: Find and Fix, Protect in
Place, Secure at the Source.

While each of these approaches
plays an essential role in reducing application risk, you can get the greatest
long term impact by securing applications at the source. In this approach you
are targeting the development process itself, in an attempt to fix the systemic
issues which are leading to vulnerabilities in the first place. Discovery and
detection then become a backstop to catch anything that slips through the
cracks of a properly designed and implemented system.-

To better understand what
I mean, hereGs a great article to read: http://blog.securityinnovation....
Hope you find it useful!
kjhiggins
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1/14/2013 | 10:45:59 PM
re: Monitoring Bank DDoS Attacks Tough Task For Third Parties
With banks and ISPs keeping the details hush-hush on these DDoS attacks, the true significance of these attacks really can't be widely understood.

Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark Reading
Bryan Yurcan
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Bryan Yurcan,
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1/14/2013 | 3:56:27 PM
re: Monitoring Bank DDoS Attacks Tough Task For Third Parties
Information sharing is definitely paramount to combating these ongoing attacks.-


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