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Security Improvement Module | January 2003 - Security Improvement Module Outsourcing Managed Security Services

In this report, the authors recommend practices that provide organizations with the guidance for knowledgeably engaging managed security service providers.

Security Improvement Module | May 2000 - Security Improvement Module Securing Public Web Servers By Klaus-Peter Kossakowski, Julia H. Allen

The practices recommended in this 2000 report are designed to help administrators mitigate the risks associated with several known security problems.

Security Improvement Module | April 2000 - Security Improvement Module Securing Network Servers (2000) By Julia H. Allen, Klaus-Peter Kossakowski, Gary Ford, Suresh Konda, Derek Simmel

The practices recommended in this report from 2000 are designed to help administrators configure and deploy network servers that satisfy organizational security requirements.

Security Improvement Module | October 1999 - Security Improvement Module Deploying Firewalls By William L. Fithen, Julia H. Allen, Ed Stoner

This document helps organizations improve the security of their networked computer systems by illustrating how to design and deploy a firewall.

Security Improvement Module | February 1999 - Security Improvement Module Responding to Intrusions By Klaus-Peter Kossakowski, William R. Wilson, Julia H. Allen, Cecilia Albert, Cory Cohen, Gary Ford, Barbara Fraser, Eric Hayes, John Kochmar, Suresh Konda

This 1999 report is one of a series of SEI publications that are intended to provide practical guidance to help organizations improve the security of their networked computer systems. This report is intended for system and network administrators, managers of information systems, and security personnel responsible for networked information resources.

Security Improvement Module | February 1999 - Security Improvement Module Securing Network Servers (1999) By Gary Ford, Dwayne Vermeulen, Julia H. Allen, Cecilia Albert, Barbara Fraser, Eric Hayes, John Kochmar, Suresh Konda, Klaus-Peter Kossakowski, Derek Simmel

The practices recommended in this 1999 report are designed to help administrators configure and deploy network servers that satisfy organizational security requirements.

Security Improvement Module | February 1999 - Security Improvement Module Securing Desktop Workstations By Derek Simmel, Gary Ford, Julia H. Allen, Cecilia Albert, Barbara Fraser, Eric Hayes, John Kochmar, Suresh Konda

The practices recommended in this 1999 report are designed to help you configure and deploy networked workstations that satisfy your organization,s security requirements. The practices may also be useful in examining the configuration of previously deployed workstations.

Security Improvement Module | June 1998 - Security Improvement Module Preparing to Detect Signs of Intrusion By John Kochmar, Julia H. Allen, Cecilia Albert, Cory Cohen, Gary Ford, Barbara Fraser, Suresh Konda, Klaus-Peter Kossakowski, Derek Simmel

The practices contained in this 1998 report identify advance preparations you must make to enable you to obtain evidence of an intrusion or an intrusion attempt.

Security Improvement Module | June 1998 - Security Improvement Module Detecting Signs of Intrusion By Lisa Cunningham, Robert Firth, Barbara Fraser, John Kochmar, John Richael, Derek Simmel, Gary Ford, Suresh Konda

The 1998 report provides guidance to help organizations improve the security of their networked computer systems.

Security Improvement Module | January 1998 - Security Improvement Module Security for Information Technology Service Contracts By Julia H. Allen, Gary Ford, Barbara Fraser, John Kochmar, Suresh Konda, Derek Simmel, Lisa Cunningham

This 1998 document is one of a new series of publications of the Software EngineeringInstitute at Carnegie Mellon University,security improvement modules.They are intended to provide concrete, practical guidance that will help organizationsimprove the security of their networked computer systems.