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June 25, 2008  3:09 PM

Researching Network TAPs – Implementation Day (part 5)



Posted by: Troy Tate
Data security, DataCenter, DataManagement, diagnostics, howto, Metrics, network analysis, Networking, packet capture, Performance, reporting, research, tools, troubleshooting, WAN, wireshark

Hopefully you have been reading about my adventures with implementing a network tap to end network blindness. If not, take a look back at previous entries found here. When I last left you on this topic,...

June 18, 2008  5:26 PM

Did you see this? – Infosecurity Magazine RSS feed



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, awareness, botnet, CA, Data security, DataCenter, digital signatures, forensics, honeypot, IT education, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, Networking, Policy, policy enforcement, reporting, research, RSS, Security, SSL, tools, web, website, WWW

Infosecurity Magazine has a very good RSS feed to keep yourself up to date on events/issues and technologies. Check it out!


June 17, 2008  2:05 PM

Did you see this? – Online e-book library



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, awareness, CIO, Database, DataCenter, DataManagement, Development, Exchange, howto, IT education, LAN, Linux, Metrics, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, network analysis, Networking, Oracle, Performance, research, SAP, Security, SQL Server, Storage, Virtualization, WAN, web, website

Check out this digital online library for IT professionals. Bet you can't read just one! Thanks for your time. Let’s be good network citizens together & practice safe networking!


June 3, 2008  1:26 PM

Troubleshooting humor for the day – engineer, systems analyst & programmer



Posted by: Troy Tate
administration, CIO, forensics, humor, research, troubleshooting

Quick Stop

A computer engineer, a systems analyst, and a programmer were driving down a mountain when the brakes failed. They screamed down the mountain, gaining speed, and finally managed to grind to a halt, more by luck than anything else, just inches from a thousand foot drop to...


May 31, 2008  2:28 AM

Did you see this? – Noticebored – Infosec Awareness Education



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, awareness, blogging, botnet, Data security, forensics, honeynet, honeypot, humor, IT education, malware, Metrics, Monitoring, online identity, Policy, policy enforcement, research, Security, wiki

Noticebored is a great resource for information security awareness. The blogs are timely and cover a great spectrum of topics with regards to this important...


May 16, 2008  6:40 PM

Did you see this? – Fear or doubt? New rootkit from researcher’s labs



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, forensics, honeypot, malware, Monitoring, research, Security, tools

Do you fear or doubt these types of announcements? There are so many possibilities and weaknesses in systems and services. According to: SoftPedia...

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May 13, 2008  4:06 PM

To be done: an acquisition/merger checklist



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, CIO, DataCenter, DataManagement, email, howto, LAN, malware, Metrics, Microsoft Windows, Monitoring, Networking, reporting, research, Security, tools, WAN

An acquisition or merger is not a frequent event for my organization. However, it seems like in the past year or so we have worked on a number of these activities. So, it seems like it may be time to create a formalized checklist for the IT department items that need to be addressed during an...


May 9, 2008  6:20 PM

Did you see this? – a live honeynet



Posted by: Troy Tate
anti-virus, antivirus, botnet, CIO, Data security, DataManagement, forensics, honeynet, honeypot, howto, malware, Monitoring, research, Sandbox, Security, SQL Server

I just came across the Shadowserver Foundation. According to their mission:

The Shadowserver Foundation is an all volunteer watchdog group of security professionals that gather, track, and...


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