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Laptop and roving Technology

One of the most prevalent forms of introducing security vulnerabilities into an enterprise network is by the introduction of unsecured roving technology.  Telecommuters, travelling staff, and visitors can all inadvertently infect a corporate network. Internet related threats such as Trojans, viruses, and malware, on their way to the corporate network, initially infect unsecured technology such as:
  • Laptops.
  • PDAs.
  • Blackberries, particularly with text messaging fully implemented.
  • Removable memory sticks.
  • CDs.
  • DVDs.

ERE performs a security audit on roving technology by manually assessing the security configuration of a sample of devices while on site at a client’s premises.  We suggest that the client implement the recommendations in the audit report across the rest of the population of technology, as appropriate.


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  White Papers and Published Articles
  Please see Ron Lepofsky’s book,
The Manager’s Guide to Web Application Security,
published by Apress Media

The Manager's Guide to Web Application Security is a concise, information-packed guide to application security risks every organization faces, written in plain language, with guidance on how to deal with those issues quickly and effectively.

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