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Do You Need A Security Operations Center?
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macker490
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macker490,
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1/29/2012 | 12:11:24 PM
re: Do You Need A Security Operations Center?
There should be two types of computers : Commercial and Experimental.- The experimental computer you can update; the commercial one updates are controlled by policy; the software is audited; and the computer has a Commercial Certification on its x.509 certificate . customers should know the difference in these two types of computers and be allowed to make their own choice
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1/29/2012 | 12:08:13 PM
re: Do You Need A Security Operations Center?
Everyone needs a Security Policy: How am I going to secure my computers and demonstrate the effectiveness of my- policy in a convincing manner?- You MUST control software updates and to demonstrate that your policy is effective you must perform a software inventory audit.- Get after your OEM for this critical missing tool.
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macker490,
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1/29/2012 | 12:04:58 PM
re: Do You Need A Security Operations Center?
C'Mon DR --get DISQUS!!


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