October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. This year our focus is on protecting Personally Identifiable Information. Our new website, yourdata.sas.upenn.edu answers faculty and staff questions:
Attached are the slides used for a short presentation to Security SIG, August 19, 2010, on the Identity Finder Console use at SAS as well as an overview of some encryption technologies.
The attached slides were part of the presentation on web security I gave to the Philadelphia Area New Medi
The attached slides were part of my presentation at SecureWorld Philadelphia in May of 2010. The presentation covered data
OSSEC (http://www.ossec.net) is a powerful, open source, client-server modeled host based intrustion detection system. The attached slides were part of my presentation to the Educause Securit
The attached slides were originally part of a presentation I delivered for the Wharton Higher Ed Web Symposium. The presentation was als
Four servers will be offline on Friday, April 16th, 2010 from 5:00–7:00 AM.
The Information Security and Unix Systems (ISUS) group of SAS Computing will now reserve a weekly time window for planned system updates which require downtime.
Attached is the power point (.ppt) presentation detailing the contents of the first session of the SAS Information Security PHP Code Auditing training.
On Tuesday, November 11th, Microsoft issued an update (2992611) to all Microsoft-supported versions of Windows to fix a critical security vulnerability.