Ppt on information security system

Special Security Issues Prof. WB & ADBe-Procurement conference 19th May 2006 Creating Digital Trust For G- e P Beyond PKI & Digital Signatures.

Maturity Model (SSE-CMM ) ISO/IEC 21827 - Information Technology - Systems Security Engineering - Capability Maturity Model (SSE-CMM ) Information Technology-systems security engineering—Capability Maturity Model with PCMM—July 2006Information Technology-systems security engineering—Capability Maturity Model with PCMM—July 2006 BS 7799-1:1999 Code of Practice for Information Security Management BS 7799-2:1999 Specification for Information Security Management Systems BS 7799-1:2000 revised standard (Code of/

Using Information (Higher)

solutions to specific problems that are too substantial and complex to be analysed by human beings in a short period of time. Interrelationships Between Information Systems Organisational Information System Management Strategies Network Strategy. Addresses Data Transfer, Distribution, Access & Security, Facilities, Storage. Security Strategy. Deals with access to the network and keeping unauthorised people out. Backup & Recovery Strategy. To ensure data is not accidentally erased and can/

Learning Objectives Upon completion of this material, you should be able to:

be properly disseminated, read, understood, and agreed to by all members of the organization. Principles of Information Security, 3rd Edition Principles of Information Security, 3rd Edition Types of Policy Management defines three types of security policy: 1) General or security program policy 2) Issue-specific security policies 3) Systems-specific security policies Principles of Information Security, 3rd Edition Enterprise Information Security Policy (EISP) Sets strategic direction, scope, and tone for all/

Network Security Part II

no ip domain-lookup command. Steps to Safeguard a Router Step 5: Securing Routing Protocols. Routing systems can be attacked in 2 ways: Disruption of peers: It is the less critical of the two attacks because routing protocols heal themselves. Falsification of routing information: Falsified routing information may generally be used to cause systems to misinform (lie to) each other, cause a DoS, or cause/

Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 IS Security is a critical aspect of managing in the digital world Chapter 10 - Securing Information Systems.

roles and tasks are, and how to do them 5) AuditingThis is an ongoing process to ensure practice, compliance, and effectiveness Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 37 The State of Systems Security Management Information Security is a huge management challenge with ongoing opportunities Organizations are rising to it – Activity logging and intrusion detection – Antivirus and antispyware software – Firewalls and VPNs – Encryption for data in/

Using MIS 2e Chapter 12: Information Security Management David Kroenke

at a cost. The amount of money you spend on security influences the amount of risk you must assume. Chapter 12: Information Security Management Chapter 12: Information Security Management Q2 – What is senior management’s security role (Safeguards)? Appropriate safeguards must be established for all five components of an information system Chapter 12: Information Security Management Chapter 12: Information Security Management Q3 – What technical safeguards are available (identification and authentication/

Information Security in Today’s World

deterrence (scaring away hackers), protection, detection, response, recovery and extended functionalities OR Process by which digital information assets are protected 4 Information Assurance A broader category than computer security, information security, etc. Concerned with the Security of information in system Quality/Reliability of information in system 5 What Information Security Topic areas? Policies and procedures, authentication, attacks, remote access, E-mail, Web, wireless, devices, media/medium/

Chapter 14 – Security Engineering

assessment but with additional information about the environment where the system is used. Environment characteristics can lead to new system risks Risk of interruption means that logged in computers are left unattended. Chapter 14 Security Engineering Chapter 14 Security Engineering Design for security Architectural design how do architectural design decisions affect the security of a system? Good practice what is accepted good practice when designing secure systems? Design for deployment/

© 2007 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems, 10/e Raymond McLeod and George Schell 1 Management Information Systems, 10/e Raymond McLeod Jr.

operations after disruption. ► Patriot Act and the Office of Homeland Security  1 st issue is security vs. individual rights.  2 nd issue is security vs. availability (i.e., HIPPA). © 2007 by Prentice HallManagement Information Systems, 10/e Raymond McLeod and George Schell 6 Information SecuritySystem security focuses on protecting hardware, data, software, computer facilities, and personnel. ► Information security describes the protection of both computer and non-computer equipment, facilities/

IMS Concepts.

more participants The messages also contain a large number of headers and header parameters, including extensions and security-related information Setting up a SIP session is a tedious process involving codec and extension negotiations as well as QoS/ with those using existing cellular-specific signalling intra-call signalling will in some way adversely affect voice quality/system performance Support for real-time multimedia applications requires particular attention when SIP call control is used To speed /

Welcome! New System Test Coordinators’ Mid-Year “Touchpoint” Webinar

training Sign out materials Monitor test administration environment Receive/verify test materials after testing each day Detailed list of responsibilities in SAH CONDUCTING SECURE & SUCCESSFUL TEST ADMINISTRATIONS The state assessment program provides critical information to: ¤ Students ¤ Parents ¤ Teachers ¤ Schools & Systems ¤ Community Members ¤ Administrators ¤ Policymakers ¤ Various accountability measures The integrity of the assessment process is critical to all we do as educators . . . And the/

Principles of Information Security, Fourth Edition

earlier phases of the SecSDLC. The guideline to improve this interaction is a three-step process: communicate, educate, and involve. Principles of Information Security, Fourth Edition Information Systems Security Certification and Accreditation It may seem that only systems handling secret government data require security certification and accreditation In order to comply with the myriad of new federal regulation protecting personal privacy, organizations need to have some formal/

Privacy and IT Security American Society of Access Professionals

and Technology (NIST) Several NIST publications help agencies to implement FISMA requirements: Federal Information Processing Standards Publication (FIPS PUB) 199 Standards for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems FIPS PUB 200 Minimum Security Requirements for Federal Information and Information Systems Privacy and IT Security From Report GAO-07-837 INFORMATION SECURITY, “Despite Reported Progress, Federal Agencies Need to Address Persistent Weaknesses ,“ July 2007. ASAP/

Securing DNS An Educause Security Professionals Conference Pre-Conference Seminar 1:00-4:30PM, April 10th, Nat Hill Room Denver, Colorado Joe St Sauver,

largest and most influential entities out there is the U.S. Federal government. With adoption of "Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems," NIST 800-53 Rev. 1 (see http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-53-Rev1/ 800-53/See also NIST SP 800-81, "Secure Domain Name System (DNS) Deployment Guide," May 2006. Will required Federal adoption be enough to kick start DNSSEC? Unfortunately… Federal agencies face a HUGE number of information security requirements under FISMA, and in many /


CISSP’s to demonstrate advanced knowledge beyond CISSP CBK: –Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) –Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP) –Information Systems Security Management Professional Enterprise Security Management Practices (ISSMP) Management of Information Security, 2nd ed. - Chapter 10 Slide 21 Management of Information Security, 2nd ed. - Chapter 10 Slide 22 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)  The SSCP certification is more applicable/

Welcome This step-by-step training guide is intended to get you familiar with managing Intel® vPro™ systems with Microsoft* System Center Configuration.

defined, you can use any of the discover methods that ConfigMgr 2007 SP2 provides (AD System Group, AD Security Group, AD System , AD User, Heartbeat, or Network) to discover the client. If you decide to use Network discovery (refer back to steps on required configuration) Note: For more information about network discovery and how to schedule it to run, see About Network Discovery and/

Information Security Management, Standards and best practices

(British Standards Institute) ISO 27001: Information Technology – Information Security Management Systems - Requirements ISO 27002: Information Technology – Code of Practice for Information Security Management (former ISO 17799) ISO 27003: Information Technology – Information management system implementation guidance ISO 27004: Information technology - Information security management - Measurement ISO 27005: Information Technology– Information security risk management IT Baseline Protection Manual/

1 Securing U.S. Federal Information Systems and Beyond: NIST Activities and Other Government Initiatives Ed Roback Chief, Computer Security Division April.

800-60, Guide for Mapping Types of Information and Information Systems to Security Categories, June 2004 800-59, Guideline for Identifying an Information System as a National Security System, August 2003 800-58, Security Considerations for Voice Over IP Systems, January 2005 DRAFT 800-57 Recommendation on Key Management 800-55, Security Metrics Guide for Information Technology Systems,July 2003 800-53, Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems, February 2005 DRAFT 800-52, Guidelines for/

Software Assurance: A Strategic Initiative of the U.S.

Controls) Source: FISMA Implementation Project, Dr. Ron Ross, NIST, April 2004 Integrating SwA CBK with CNSS IA Standards System Administrators 4013 Senior System Managers Information Systems Security Officers 4012 4014 Software Assurance 4011 Information Security Professionals 4015 4016 Systems Certifiers 4011 – Information Systems Security Professionals PLUS – 1 Additional Standard (your choice) Risk Analyst Software Assurance considerations for IA functional roles: -- add SwA material in each CNSS/

Security Issues in Wireless Networks

system in sleep mode when no activity occurs The Client can be configured to be in continuous aware mode (CAM) or Power Save Polling (PSP) mode Mateti WiFi Security Power Saving Attacker steals packets for a station while the station is in Doze state. The 802.11 protocol requires a station to inform/ ``Hacking Techniques in Wireless Networks, in The Handbook of Information Security, edited by Bidgoli, John Wiley, 2005 Bruce Potter and Bob Fleck, 802.11 Security, OReilly & Associates, 2002; ISBN: 0-596-00290-/

Security Standardization in ITU-T

leverages ISO/IEC 17799:2000, Information technology, Code of practice for information security management - based on BS 7799-2:2002, Information Security Management Systems — Specifications with Guidance for use X.1051 Information Security Management Domains defined in ISO/IEC 17799 Information Security Management System ISMS Information Security Management System Organizational security Asset management Personnel security Physical and environmental security Communications and operations management Access/

IT Service Delivery And Support Week Ten

Validate IS efforts and compare current practices to industry standards Recommend improvement Information Security Risk Assessment Key Steps Gather Necessary Information Identification of Information and Information Systems Analyze the Information Classify and Rank Sensitive Data, Systems, and Applications Assess Threats and Vulnerabilities Evaluate Control Effectiveness Assign Risk Ratings Information Security Risk Assessment Key Risk Assessment Practices Multidisciplinary and Knowledge Based Approach/

CS 5700 – Computer Security and Information Assurance Section 5: Security in Networks – Part 2 This version of Section 5 includes OPTIONAL slides that.

from xmitting sensitive information or accessing insecure resources It is a wall between protected local (sub)net & outside global net Inspect each individual inbound or outbound packet of data sent to / from protected system Check if it should/thru firewall Only authorized traffic allowed to pass Firewall itself must be immune to penetration I.e. must use trusted system w/ secure OS (min. size/complexity) Usually implemented on dedicated device Dedicated = only firewall functions performed on this device /


should be cost-effective. 4. Computer security responsibilities and accountability should be made explicit System owners have computer security responsibilities outside their own organizations. 6. Computer security requires a comprehensive and integrated approach. 7. Computer security should be periodically reassessed. 8. Computer security is constrained by societal factors. Security Control Measures Controls for providing information security can be physical, technical, or administrative. These three/

Homeland Security Opportunities Study

capability to the fleet at a faster rate Interagency Operations Centers WatchKeeper coordinates and organizes port security information. A technology demonstration version has been released to approximately half of the port locations. NATIONWIDE AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (NAIS) A data system designed to enhance navigation safety, the maritime transportation system and Maritime Domain Awareness by providing the shore-side communications, network and processing capability to exchange/

System and Network Security Overview

characterizing the approaches to satisfying those requirements. One approach is to consider 3 aspects of information security: Security attack: any action that compromises the security of informationowned by an organization Security method: a mechanism that is designed to detect, prevent, orrecover from a security attack Security service: a service that enhances the security of the dataprocessing systems and the information transfers of an organization The services are intended to counter/

Chapter 6: Securing the Campus Infrastructure

the LAN and switch services. The RADIUS security system with EAP extensions is the only supported authentication server. ■ Switch (or authenticator): Controls physical access to the network based on the authentication status of the client. The switch acts as an intermediary (proxy) between the client and the authentication server, requesting identifying information from the client, verifying that information with the authentication server, and relaying/

Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 IS Security is a critical aspect of managing in the digital world Chapter 10 - Securing Information Systems.

crime. Cyberwar and Cyberterrorism Describe and explain the differences between cyberwar and cyberterrorism. Information Systems Security Explain what is meant by the term “IS security” and describe both technology and human based safeguards for information systems. Managing IS Security Discuss how to better manage IS security and explain the process of developing an IS security plan. Information Systems Controls, Auditing, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Describe how organizations can establish IS/

Basic Administration for Citrix NetScaler 9.2

with regulations such as PCI-DSS. Comprehensive AAA capabilities, along with a powerful distributed denial of service (DDoS) shield, allow secure remote access and application security while preventing unauthorized access to sensitive information. The following table identifies the licenses supported by the NetScaler system for enhancing application security. X*: Optional feature Basic Administration for Citrix NetScaler 9.2 1.5.4. Application Availability The NetScaler/

Introduction to Cybersecurity & Information Assurance for FQHCs April 13, 2011 Amelia Muccio Director of Emergency Management

worms have spread so widely and so quickly that they have overloaded Internet connections and email systems, leading to effective denial-of-service attacks. Integrity: Protecting information from unauthorized or inadvertent modification. For example, without integrity, your account information could be changed by someone else. Personal Information Security Countermeasures Password policies Backup Cryptography Spoofing countermeasures Malware detection and prevention Password Policies History- 10 passwords/

© Pearson Prentice Hall 2009 12-1 Using MIS 2e Chapter 12 Information Security Management If you don’t do security right, nothing else matters. David Kroenke.

, leaving passwords on notes). © Pearson Prentice Hall 2009 12-11 Q1 – What are the threats to information security? The second source of threats to information security are malicious human acts by employees, former employees, and hackers who intentionally destroy data or system components. These malicious human acts include:  Breaking into systems with the intent of stealing, altering or destroying data.  Introducing viruses and worms into a/

Learning Objectives Upon completion of this material, you should be able to:

session connections (missing SYN packets) Conduct a real virus or worm scan against an invulnerable system Principles of Information Security, 2nd edition Measuring the Effectiveness of IDSs (continued) Some of these testing processes will enable/ attacker, in a logical sequence, to launch an attack against a target system or network. Principles of Information Security, 2nd edition Principles of Information Security, 2nd edition Scanning and Analysis Tools (continued) Fingerprinting: systematic survey of all/

1 Pertemuan 23 Information security Matakuliah: M0084/Sistem Informasi dalam Manajemen Tahun: 2005 Versi: 1/1.

Phase 2: Policy Development Phase 3: Consultation and Approval Phase 4:Awareness and Education Phase 5: Policy Dissemination 21 22 Separate policies are developed for: Information systems security System access control Personnel security Physical and environmental security Telecommunications security Information classification Business continuity planning Management accountability These policies are distributed to employees, preferably in writing and in educational and training programs. With the policies/

SAA 1-03 -1 NIST Cyber Security Activities Ed Roback, Chief Computer Security Division March 5, 2003.

1-03 -24 Developing performance indicators/ metrics New Key Areas: “develop and periodically revise performance indicators and measures for agency information security policies and practices” Status: See draft 800-55; Security Metrics Guide for Information Technology Systems Federal Information Security Management Act SAA 1-03 -25 3 Cyber Security Research and Development Act Signed into Law by President Bush on 11-27-2002 SAA 1-03 -26 Cyber/

VA Research Data Security and Privacy Veterans Health Administration Office of Research and Development.

the following: 1.His/her supervisor 2.The Associate Chief of Staff for Research and Development (ACOS/R&D) 3.The Information Security Officer (ISO), and 4.The Privacy Officer (PO) when appropriate Note: This includes storage on non-VA computer systems or servers, desk top computers located outside the VA, laptops or other portable media. Note: Research subjects’ or veterans’ names, addresses/

Electronic Commerce Ninth Edition

to various system parts Identify resources to protect assets Develop written security policy Commit resources Comprehensive security plan goals Protect privacy, integrity, availability; authentication Selected to satisfy Figure 10-2 requirements Electronic Commerce, Ninth Edition FIGURE 10-2 Requirements for secure electronic commerce Electronic Commerce, Ninth Edition Security Policy and Integrated Security (cont’d.) Security policies information sources WindowSecurity.com site Information Security Policy/

SCI Overview Seminar SCI Today

approved persons are unescorted Locked and alarmed when unattended Classified talk stops at SCIF door Physical Security Information Systems Security 4/13/2017 Information Systems Security Information systems security is a significant IC concern Information sharing is a significant government initiative Information Systems Security Information Systems Security 4/13/2017 Critical to ISS Configuration integrity critical for approved SCI systems Media: declared and approved “Once in the SCIF, always in the SCIF/

The OWASP Foundation AppSec DC Promoting Application Security within Federal Government Dr. Sarbari Gupta, CISSP, CISA Founder/President.

25 Application Security – Federal References  DISA  Application Security and Development STIG – July 2008  Application Security and Development Checklist Version 2 Release 1.5 - June 2009  NIST  SP 800-53 Rev 3 – Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations  SP 800-64 Rev 2 – Security Considerations in the System Development Life Cycle – Oct 2008  SP 800-115 (draft) - Technical Guide to Information Security Testing – Nov 2007  Security Content Automation Protocol/

Vulnerability Assessment Course Network Security.

–Labels should not be set outside of the network –External or edge routers should not accept labeled information MPLS/VRF Security 16 ■A simple tool that validates the configuration of CISCO routers, switches, and PIX firewalls –http:///client environment –Dynamic address assignment, various options and DNS update functions ■DHCP has limited security impacts –Can be used to spoof systems and possibly disclose information ■A review of DHCP server should be completed –Automated tool is sufficient (nessus, /

CIST 1601 Information Security Fundamentals Chapter 6 Educating and Protecting the User Collected and Compiled By JD Willard MCSE, MCSA, Network+, Microsoft.

, to gain access to your environment. A skilled con man could acquire this information easily just by talking. Social Engineering is a low-tech attack due to it requiring minimal software and computer skills. In computer security systems, this type of attack is usually the most successful, especially when the security technology is properly implemented and configured. A hacker typically uses social engineering to/

Annual Privacy & Security 2011 Course Objectives  After competing this course, you should understand:  Privacy and security of sensitive information.

 OSUMC Encryption Tools:  If you need to use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) electronic Protected Health Information to perform your job, use secure FTP (SFTP or another secure method such as typing [SECURE MAIL] in the subject line of emails;  Messages sent and received through the OSUMC approved email system are scanned for malicious code and for restricted data to protect our patients and OSUMC’s/

HIPAA/HITECH Privacy and Security

be held responsible for improper access by another individual under your username and password. Refer to policy # 2011-03: UCHC Information Security: Systems Access Control Electronic PHI (ePHI) ePHI is Protected Health Information stored on electronic systems or transmitted through electronic means. Includes personal information stored on: Personal Computers with internal hard drives. Removable storage devices such as: USB memory sticks/keys CDs/DVDs Disks Back/

Fundamentals of Information Systems Security

data, a company’s intellectual property, or a country’s national security interest. Information Systems are the hardware, operating system software, and applications that make up a system to provide access to information. ISS (Information Systems Security) protects the system and the information stored in the system. It also enables transmission and archival of information. It also takes care of accessibility of information to users. ISS deals with risks, threats, and vulnerabilities. 4/13/

Network Security Essentials

often referred to as the CIA triad . The three concepts embody the fundamental security objectives for both data and for information and computing services. For example, the NIST Standards for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems (FIPS 199) lists confidentiality, integrity, and availability as the three security objectives for information and for information systems. FIPS 199 provides a useful characterization of these three objectives in terms of requirements/

Current R&D Initiatives in Cybersecurity UMD / Google College Park, MD December 1, 2011 Dept. of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate Douglas.

NITRD National Science and Technology Council NITRD Subcommittee OMBOSTP Cyber Security and Information Assurance Interagency Working Group (CSIA IWG) Special Cyber Operations Research and Engineering (SCORE) Interagency Working Group Cybersecurity R&D Senior Steering Group Senior representatives from agencies conducting NIT R&D Senior representatives from agencies with national cybersecurity missions National security systems R&D Program managers with cybersecurity R&D portfolios 1/

NIST Guidelines for Security and Privacy for Public Cloud

availability of those services. If the percent availability of a support service drops, the overall availability suffers proportionally. Visibility. Continuous monitoring of information security requires maintaining ongoing awareness of security controls, vulnerabilities, and threats to support risk management decisions. Collecting and analyzing available data about the state of the system should be done regularly and as often as needed by the organization to manage/

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Information Security for Executives v1.0 1 MAY 2011.

assets and investments. Understand your role and responsibilities as an HHS executive in the areas of information security and privacy. Identify where to locate HHS information security resources. 5 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Information Security Overview What is Information Security? Information Security – The protection of information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction in order to provide confidentiality, integrity/

Management of Information Security Chapter 10 Personnel and Security

body of knowledge (CBK) in information security, covering ten domains of information security knowledge: Access control systems and methodology Applications and systems development Business continuity planning Cryptography Law, investigation, and ethics Operations security Physical security Security architecture and models Security management practices Telecommunications, network, and Internet security Management of Information Security Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) SSCP certification/

1 ITC358 ICT Management and Information Security Chapter 11 P ERSONNEL AND S ECURITY I’ll take fifty percent efficiency to get one hundred percent loyalty.

organisation Usually not an executive-level position Frequently reports to the CIO – Business managers first and technologists second – They must be conversant in all areas of information security Including technology, planning, and policy Information Security Positions (cont’d.) Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) – Most common qualification for the CISO A graduate degree in criminal justice, business, technology, or another related field is usually required for the/

Leadership Communications Brief

government systems, resources, and facilities. Supports the elimination of paper based forms to streamline existing processes and reduce redundancies. Facilitates government-wide interoperability and trusted collaboration across the unclassified, secret, and top secret fabrics. Establishes a foundation of internal and external trust to drive the development and implementation of interoperable solutions. References: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) Federal Information Security Management/

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