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August 06, 2009
Midmarket companies have little leverage in contractual negotiations with large managed security service providers, and should look toward smaller MSSPs for more flexibility in defining service level agreements.
July 06, 2009
Providers may be required to be compliant with PCI, but that doesn't liberate merchants from liability in the event of a breach.
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Editorial Director Michael S. Mimoso talks with the crew at analyst firm Securosis about how the company's research will target midsized companies. Continue Reading
Managed security services (MSS) is a systematic approach to managing an organization's security needs. Continue Reading
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Outsourcing security services forces midmarket IT organizations to ask tough questions about a provider's capabilities and business model. Continue Reading
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Mike Chapple looks at three ways to encrypt sensitive data while it's stored on portable media. Continue Reading
SaaS-based data backup cuts costs and management overhead, but you're not outsourcing your security responsibilities. Continue Reading
Hosted Web security services that analyze Web traffic for malware are an attractive alternative to on-premise Web security gateways. Continue Reading