Archive for 'Tools' Category
Dan has whittled all the noise to five resources a Small Business Owner should investigate (and utilize).
Think you’ve been hacked? These are sites to start your breach investigation.
Quick and Easy ERM Committee Boilerplate! This is a starting point for those wanting to establish an Enterprise Risk Management Committee. (It can also be used as the structure for an ISO Committee Charter, as well as a Audit Committee Charter.) The boilerplate charter is meant to establish the Enterprise Risk Management Committee, its membership, […]
Incident Response is a key to IT Governance. A good Incident Response Program will have a high-level policy, and a plan that enforces that policy by establishing goals, priorities, training, and tools.
Security Takes Cooperation! To help you remind your employees that security requires cooperation, here’s a security awareness reminder poster that you may print and post in conspicuous locations: security_takes_cooperation_082414 !
Mark your calendars! Dan Hadaway will be delivering a workshop with the Indiana Bankers Association to outline what makes an effective vendor management program. The workshop will be on August 21st starting at 9:00 AM and ending at 4:00 PM. For information on how to register, visit the IBA’s website. Sharpening Your Vendor Management Tools Because financial […]
You may have read articles around the web claiming to know the future of the controversial digital currency known as Bitcoin.
This article attempts to concisely describe the important points of the TSP Booklet, and makes the case that you should add the Report of Examination to your vendor due diligence tools!
SDelete allows you to delete one or more files and/or directories, or to cleanse the free space on a logical disk. It is a command line utility that takes a number of options. SDelete accepts wild card characters as part of the directory or file specifier. Instructions on how to use SDelete.
Vulnerabilities come in all shapes and sizes and while operating system patch management has largely been simplified with tools like WSUS, there is still a high degree of risk due to many popular third party applications and the lack of any centralized patching mechanism for maintaining those installations. Vendors such as Adobe and Mozilla regularly release updates for their software packages, but managing those updates has been an arduous task for many system administrators. Until recently, the only centralized option was to create your own MSI packages and deploy them via group policy or SCCM.