Hacked! Your Company…
I’m so sick of PostNuke not handling code in stories….aaarrrrrggggg. Anyway some security links
Starting with an open and vulnerable system, this series of seminars will teach the key areas you need to know to protect you network from attack. This no-nonsense approach includes implementing strong security policies, protecting you applications from attack and locking down your network.
Assessing Network Security.ppt
Security Risk Management Discipline.ppt
Think Like a Hacker Pt 1.ppt
Think Like a Hacker Pt 2.ppt
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“A few good security daily” article also good option to securing computer.