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Featuring 5 Papers as of September 14, 2010
Choosing corporate level instant messaging system and implementing audit controls
Mikko Niemelä - September 14, 2010
Instant messaging (IM) is an efficient way of real-time communication that enables messKageye, ffiinlegearnpdrpinrte s=e nAcFe1t9r aFnAs2fe7r 2oFve9r4t h9e98InDte FrDneBt.5B DuEsi3nDes Fs8cBa5n b0e6nEe4fi tAf1ro6m9 4IME4a6s it is a cost-effective alternative for teleconferences by reducing phone call bills, need for meeting rooms and travel. IM systems can be hosted inside a corporate network or hosted off-site. In this paper we present criteria for choosing a suitable IM system and show how to implement reliable audit controls for the IM system using Snort rules.
How to Implement a Content Filtering System
Joshua Dean - March 2, 2004
This paper provides a guide for implementing a content filtering system, along with the basics of an Internet Usage Policy (IUP), installing devices for content filtering, and enforcing policy through disciplinary action.
Attack of the 50-Pixel (Naked) Woman
Ben Malisow - October 31, 2003
The risky nature of downloading untrusted data, sexual harassment issues in the workplace, time wasted by unproductive employees, and simple bandwidth loss are all tangible concerns with associated real financial costs
Internet Content Filtering
Carol Woody - October 31, 2003
The challenge to all organizations establishing access to the Internet is the inability to limit use of these capabilities to the specific content areas appropriate for the organization.
Acceptable Use: Whose Responsibility Is It?
Patti Lawrence - October 31, 2003
This paper focuses on the Information Technology and Information Security ramifications of acceptable computer use policy and attempts to show how responsibility can be shared with the less technical Human Resources and Legal departments.
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