This is the blog for eIQNetworks, an industry-leading provider of integrated security, risk and audit management solutions that effectively meet security and compliance challenges.

Owner: dmg720

Listed in: Computers

Language: English

Tags: Network, Security, Compliance, Audit, Regulation

Report it

Site Statistics

Unique Visitors Today:
Page Views Today:
Unique Visitors this Week:
Page Views this Week:
Unique Visitors this Month:
Page Views this Month:
Total Unique Visitors:
Total Page Views:
Total Hits Out:
Traffic Chart

Latest Blog Posts for eIQviews

  • eIQcast Episode 3: Compliance Automation
    on Dec 24, 2008 in eIQcast compliance automation FISMA PCI
    In the third episode of the eIQcast, John and Mike tackle the concept of compliance automation. What exactly are you automating? And how do you delve into some of the specific compliance regulations and frameworks to figure out how to do more with le...
  • eIQcast Episode 2: Security Automation
    on Dec 10, 2008 in eIQcast security automation
    In the second eIQcast, John and Mike discuss the need to automate security operations and some of the issues therein. The reality is that attacks have not stopped, but in this kind of macro-economic environment the opportunity to add resources to def...
  • eIQcast Episode 1 - Low and Slow Attacks
    on Dec 1, 2008 in eIQcast
    In this inaugural episode of the eIQcast, Mike Rothman and John Linkous decompose a particularly nasty attack called the “low and slow” attack, which is designed to make existing defenses obsolete. Listeners will understand how the low
  • Got SIEM? - Part IVIn this final piece on the limitations of today’s SIEM solutions, the last issue is operational suitability.  In a nutshell, because SIEM tools don’t provide enough data (as mentioned earlier, event and vulnerability data are hardly the “compl...
  • Puzzle Pieces: The Relationship Between SOX, COSO, and COBITThe Sarbanes-Oxley Act is one of the more unusual animals in the IT compliance menagerie.  Unlike more clearly-defined laws such as HIPAA, or standards such as PCI and ISO27002, SOX’s applicability to IT is very vague – Sections 302 and 404 of S...
  • Got SIEM? - Part III
    on Nov 13, 2008 in Solutions SIEM enterprise security
    Continuing our review of the limitations of today’s SIEM solutions, the next issue is scalability.  Because events are the core data component that SIEM products capture, their performance is generally measured in the number events per second (eps...
  • Got SIEM? - Part IIThe first issue we need to look at regarding the current state of SIEM is, quite simply, the breadth of data that SIEM solutions can address.  Typically, I look at technology solutions as tools to solve business problems; I’ve never been a big fan...
  • Got SIEM?One of the things I really like about interacting with customers is that they provide perspective that, as a vendor, we sometimes don’t get to see first-hand or experience ourselves.  Meeting with a large-enterprise customer yesterday, it was fasc...
  • The Great Thing About Standards…“…is that there are so many of them to choose from”, or at least so goes the old saying. Information security is no exception; the byzantine tangle of best practices, standards, frameworks, and various governmental and industry mandates that ar...
  • Fear and Loathing in Enterprise SecurityIt’s October 21, 2008, and we’ve just been through two of the most turbulent weeks in the history of global financial markets. While perhaps, to borrow from Mark Twain, rumors of the death of capitalism are greatly exaggerated, it’s clear that...
Loading Comments...


{ds_PageTotalItemCount} commentcomments

Post a Comment