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We have already discussed about free payment gateway By kabir khan

  in Business | Published 2015-06-03 06:01:49 | 34 Reads | Unrated

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The assets to be protected trade secrets, proprietary information fee payment gateway, marketing data, and, of course, all that high-tech and high-dollar office equipment are the same. The rules people have to go by to protect those assets are the same.

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The one area that falls under the installation category but that is sometimes overlooked is what happens when the environment changes. For example, your corporate headquarters moves from its comfortable but slightly shabby old facility, buried in the middle of your manufacturing compound, to a fine new building in an office park. The assets to be protected trade secrets, proprietary information fee payment gateway, marketing data, and, of course, all that high-tech and high-dollar office equipment are the same. The rules people have to go

by to protect those assets are the same.

The tasks they have to accomplish to implement the rules are basically the same. But those tasks need to be performed in a totally new environment. To make sure that this is done effectively, the staff will need some security education. Installation security education is what we do to enable people to do things that are new for them or to do things in a new way and to motivate them to start doing what's needed.

Security programs are like cars. They need maintenance. Security education must be a central part of that maintenance. We'll talk later about something called the forgetting curve — which simply means that if people don't do something for a while, they forget how. (Can anybody tell me how to find the square root of a number? I knew how when I took high school algebra.) Awareness of threats and the need for security tend to fade into the backgrounds of busy people's lives unless they're reminded of them. People need to be reminded that security is an important part of their jobs, and that management also believes security is important.

So we do maintenance security education — not to teach people new things or correct problems in the program; instead we just keep the program running at an optimum level. There's a tendency to take corrective action when things go wrong, but to keep hands off when things are going right. It's probably a natural consequence of following the good old adage, "If it isn’t broke, don't fix it." If we followed that idea with our cars, never giving them periodic preventive maintenance, we'd soon be walking. If we do it with our security programs, we'll see them sitting on the side of the road with their hoods up, too.

A general term now widely used for all types of problem-causing software, some of which we have already discussed about free payment gateway, The term malware is usually quoted as originating from a contraction of ‘malicious’ and ‘software’, but given that a lot of software (including some viruses) has a nuisance value rather than a malicious intent, it might be better to think of it as ‘malignant software’. According to my Pocket Oxford English Dictionary, malignant means ‘harmful, showing intense ill-will, virulent’, which is very apt. The prefix ‘mal’ is also often used just to mean bad. Malware is certainly bad software.

There is a lot of confusion over the terminology of malware and the precise definition of a virus. A virus is a program that makes copies of itself using a host file. A closely related program, known as a worm, can copy itself without attaching to another file. Both viruses and worms can carry malicious software with them, sometimes known as the payload. Some viruses and worms may not have a malicious intent, as is often assumed, but cause problems because they reproduce rapidly and clog up systems.

Despite their infamy, it seems that we still don’t take viruses seriously enough. At one point it was found that 77 per cent of internet users did not update their anti-virus software regularly. Using and updating anti-virus software is the key countermeasure against malware. In the past this was difficult and time-consuming over dial-up internet connections, but now with broadband it is easy and, in theory, barely noticeable.

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