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W32.Joydotto

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Are you prepared if disaster strikes?

Information technology is the lifeblood of your organization. If disaster takes your systems down, business critical activity gets put on hold until you can recover. All eyes will be on you and your disaster recovery team. Your success will depend on how much planning and preparation you’ve done for a day everyone hopes will never happen. There’s no time to lose. You must know which vital parts of your infrastructure need to be recovered first. For enterprise-critical processes, prolonged downtime could lead to irreparable loss. Communication will be critical. Everybody, at every level of the organization, will need to know what their role is in a disaster, as well as who is in charge of getting things back on track.

 

The major function of a firewall is to keep out the bad guys.

Hard to fathom, isn't? Let me add this disclaimer in the name of being accurate. I am referring to traditional firewalls protecting traditional corporate networks. Yep, this one is false, born out of an evolutionary history that started with trying to deal with the problems associated with every machine on the LAN (local area network) having its own public IP address, so that we could get to the internet. Next were routers and NAT (network address translation), and finally firewalls. For may years now, executives and their IT managers have spec-ed, priced, and purchased firewalls with the express intent of protecting their internet connected networks from hackers. Firewall vendors, only too happy to sell their product, never really confronted the issues that would plague their customers, once the firewalls were installed and configured.

 

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The goal of this paper is to have you consider Network Cloaking and the  IPS, Anti-Virus Solutions, Content Filtering, Spam Blockers etc. We will review several of the leading security strategies, so we can compare and contrast them to the security solutions. Whether you have a simple Broadband Internet connection with a couple of servers, or a complex network with a security event management system, e-Netsol will provide you apt feedback to implement various security measures to protect your network from intrusions and malicious code at the Internet gateway. To request a security audit, write us