Category Archives: Week 37

Example of IT Risk Assessment Report

For some time we have been looking on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-30, “Risk Management Guide for Information Technology Systems” guidelines. So you don’t have to invent new wheel, I have found example of IT Risk … Continue reading

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Top Windows Security Threats pinpointed by SANS/FBI

This article has been announced years ago though it still has an importance in relation to security threats found on Windows platform. The SANS/FBI have pinpointed these threats included with a report on the top list. Experienced administrators have opportunity … Continue reading

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SANS Security Threats for 2012&2013

It looks like some people were thinking about the upcoming years 2012,2013 and what new security threats will appear (apparently it contradicts with Nostradamus predictions but he is not talking about IT Security so I don’t care). I chose to … Continue reading

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security controls

What is security control? It’s a technical or administrative safeguard and a counter measures to avoid, counteract or minimize loss or unavailability due to threats acting on their matching vulnerability, i.e., security risk. The institute United States General Accounting Office … Continue reading

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