Is your e-business secure? presented at Virus Bulletin 2002

by Torin Lee (Ubizen),

Tags: Security


Summary : As consumers and businesses become increasingly comfortable with the
concept of e-commerce, the amount of information exchanged over the
Internet will continue to grow exponentially. According to
Datamonitor, the estimated increase in the number of U.S. companies
conducting e-commerce has grown from approximately 6,600 in 1998 to an
expected 630,000 in 2002. As these transactions become more complex,
businesses must understand the e-Security risks through intrusion of
networks, hacking and viruses.

With the scarceness of specialized security engineers in the industry
and the continuous threat of attacks from the Internet, organizations
are seeking more cost-efficient ways to manage and monitor their
security infrastructure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a
year. This presentation will address Internet security and the
measures, such as managed security services, many companies have in
place to safeguard against intrusions.

Attendees will learn:

The critical role security plays in e-commerce,
understanding the current vulnerabilities in conducting business over
the Internet
How to create a trusted infrastructure to sustain the rapid
adoption of e-business
The latest e-Security methods for safeguarding networks, the
way in which these tools can be integrated into an existing
infrastructure, as well as a comparison of the most effective security