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XML Firewalls – Stopping Attacks at the Top of the Stack

XML firewalls are an important component in implementing a secure parameter in today’s XML-laden world. After more than a decade since its incipience, XML has become a fact of life; however, it is notoriously verbose, relatively costly to process, and it opens up many new attack vectors. Surprisingly, many engineers and IT pros have not […]

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Signed, Sealed – Delivered? The Payoff of Showing Your “Trust Mark”

A big benefit of buying an SSL Certificate from a known brand includes the recognition value of their trust mark, so it is highly important that you use this to maximum benefit on your Web site. Here are some tips on how to place the trust mark for maximum impact.

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Microsoft is the Perfect Security Barometer

Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome Chris Schwartzbauer, our latest guest blogger. For more about Chris, please see the accompanying post with his bio information. By Chris Schwartzbauer Microsoft’s offering of free anti-virus software is like everything that Microsoft has ever done in the security market.   Each time Microsoft has dipped its toe into the […]

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More Thoughts on Middleware and Regulatory Compliance

By T.Rob In yesterday’s post Is Your Sarbanes-Oxley Certification Sound? I proposed that it is not possible to be SOX compliant if anonymous users can manipulate messaging traffic in the enterprise. I couched that in terms of WebSphere MQ because that is the messaging software I am most familiar with. I framed the discussion in […]

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Is Your Sarbanes-Oxley Certification Sound?

Please help us in welcoming T.Rob as our first contributor to the Tek-Tips blog. Please see our blog post to learn more about T.Rob and his expertise in all things WebSphere MQ. My Premise Some time ago, I worked for a school board in Florida.   One interesting aspect of that job was that the projects […]

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Cloud Computing Adoption Comes Down To Trust and Openness

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