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Segmenting for security: Five steps to protect your network
Relying on a DMZ to protect your network and data is like putting money in a bank that depends on one guard and a single gate to secure its deposits. Imagine how tempting all those piles of money would be to those who had access — and how keen everyone else would be to obtain access.
But banks do not keep cash out on tables in the lobby, they stash it in security boxes inside vaults, behind locked doors, inside a building patrolled by a guard and secured by a gate. Likewise, network segmentation offers similar security for an organization’s assets.
The need for network segmentation has been widely discussed for years, but it remains one of the less commonly implemented security steps, and is seldom employed as a strategic defense. When a recent poll asked IT professionals to describe their network segmentation, a mere 30% of respondents said they strategically set segmentation around business drivers for the latest threats. Another third of respondents said they “set and forget” their segmentation, and an equal number reported they occasionally revisit it — typically around audit time. A brutally honest 6% said, “My network what?”
The string of recent security breaches should drive home the importance of having carefully implemented and well-maintained network segmentation. If properly set and maintained, network segmentation would have made the long road from procurement portal to cardholder data environment far more difficult to travel in the Target breach. which exposed 40 million credit card numbers, and could have significantly limited the damage in the recent Home Depot breach. which compromised 56 million credit cards. Proper segmentation could also have limited the impact of the Community Health Systems breach. in which 4.5 million patients’ personal health information and personal identifier information (PHI/PII) were stolen.
It’s a much easier to equip your organization with a secure defense through proper network segmentation than to explain to shareholders and the media how hackers were able to access millions of records on your system.
Effective network segmentation is a big undertaking, but it boils down to just five basic steps.
* Understand the business and organizational drivers. To know what to protect, you need to understand how revenue enters the business stream and what front-end components, such as point-of-sale terminals and back-end components, support the core functions of the enterprise. Then, identify which assets, data and personnel are critical to ensure continuity of the business.
* Create the plan. You want to classify, isolate and protect the most important components. Group related items together, for example all your Windows servers, into one virtual LAN (VLAN). Other asset groups might include infrastructure (routers, switches, VPNs and VoIP) in one VLAN and security assets (IDS, firewalls, web filters and scanners) in another.
Financial or human resource servers typically need their own VLAN because of the confidential nature of the information they process and store. You want separate VLANs for groups of personnel as well, so Windows server administrators might be in one, while security administration are in another and executive management in a third. Data requiring special protection such as credit card numbers that need to comply with PCI-DSS or patient information that is subject to HIPAA should be isolated from other data and put in their own VLANs.
* Determine who can access what data. This boils down to business need: who needs to administer the routers or switches? Who needs access to the human resources or financial systems? How many folks should be able to remotely control the security cameras? Be ruthless. If there is no business need, there should be no access.
Organizations that operate entirely on a local or regional domestic level may even want to implement wholesale blocking of remote geographic regions at the IP layer. In general, adopt a default deny access posture for each VLAN. Your goal is to limit access to sensitive information to those who need it within the organization and to create roadblocks to stop or slow intruders, who may have broken through one layer of security, from doing further damage.
* Implement segmentation. In a large organization, network segmentation is a significant, long-term project, but each step along the way increases security. Start somewhere, perhaps with the network administrators or Windows servers. In that instance, you could set up VLANs called network-admins (for their workstations) and network-devices (for routers and switches).
Log all traffic between segments to determine what is normal and needed for effective functioning. Once you know what’s necessary, start blocking access to the VLANs from everywhere else, with the ultimate goal of default deny. Make sure you have the controls to enforce segmentation and to monitor whether later requested changes to access may compromise the segmentation. Continue the process through each group of assets, personnel and data.
* Maintain. Network segmentation is not a “set and forget” undertaking. The network access policy, defined in firewalls, routers and related devices, changes constantly to cater to new business requirements. Ensuring that new changes do not violate your segmentation strategy requires a good degree of visibility and automation (this visibility is also useful to avoid outages or business disruption resulting from misconfiguration). The potential management overhead needed to maintain good segmentation is one of the reasons organizations shy away from it. But, proper segmentation is critical. A topology-aware network security solution that can automate the network segmentation process is vital.
Network segmentation is unquestionably an effective component in a defense in depth strategy. Organizations that implement it must be prepared to manage scores of firewalls, switches and routers, each with hundreds of rules, all of which will be affected by the network segmentation process and potentially by updates and changes, even after it is in place. A rigorous approach is essential, and a significant investment of time and staff is also required. But regardless, it’s a much easier to equip your organization with a secure defense through proper network segmentation than to explain to shareholders and the media how hackers were able to access millions of records on your system.
Reichenberg is the vice president of Marketing and Strategy forAlgoSec, a leading provider of Network Security Policy Management solutions. Wolfgang is the president of Shorebreak Security, a leading Information Security consulting organization that specializes in penetration testing for NOAA and several other government and commercial entities.
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What Does A Businessowners Policy (BOP) Cover?
Insurance companies selling business insurance offer policies that combine protection from all major property and liability risks in one package. (They also sell coverages separately.) One package purchased by small and mid-sized businesses is the businessowners policy (BOP). Package policies are created for businesses that generally face the same kind and degree of risk. Larger companies might purchase a commercial package policy or customize their policies to meet the special risks they face.
- Property insurance for buildings and contents owned by the company — there are two different forms, standard and special, which provides more comprehensive coverage.
- Business interruption insurance, which covers the loss of income resulting from a fire or other catastrophe that disrupts the operation of the business. It can also include the extra expense of operating out of a temporary location.
- Liability protection, which covers your company’s legal responsibility for the harm it may cause to others. This harm is a result of things that you and your employees do or fail to do in your business operations that may cause bodily injury or property damage due to defective products, faulty installations and errors in services provided.
BOPs do NOT cover professional liability, auto insurance, worker’s compensation or health and disability insurance. You’ll need separate insurance policies to cover professional services, vehicles and your employees.
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Accept or Decline Your Aid
Boise State awards students the maximum aid for which you are eligible. You are notified via email when your aid is ready to accept. You re free to accept or decline the aid that is best for you.
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We encourage you to borrow responsibly and only accept what you need. Before accepting aid, take the following steps:
- Use the Bottom Line Estimator to calculate what you may owe for the semester.
- Understand the Terms and Conditions of accepting aid .
- Understand the loan repayment process .
How to Accept, Decline or Reduce Your Aid
To avoid disbursement delays, accept your aid as soon as possible. Loans must be disbursed (released) prior to the last day of the semester.
- All loans, work-study, and most scholarships must be accepted in your Student Center.
- Grants are automatically accepted on your behalf.
- Log in to my.BoiseState
- Scroll to Finances and click Accept/Decline Awards
- Click: 2018 for fall 2017-spring 2018 aid
- Follow the directions on the award package screen. Each award is hyperlinked so you can see information regarding eligibility for that award.
- You can reduce the amount of your award by clicking Accept and entering a dollar amount. To accept all of an award, check the Accept checkbox.
- Click Submit to record your final decision(s).
- Most aid is offered for the full academic year, but split between fall and spring semesters. Accept the amount you need for both semesters.
- For subsidized and unsubsidized student loans, you may delay your decision by not checking any box. If you decide later than you want some or all of the loans, return to this screen to accept.
- If you want more or less in loans for spring semester, request that adjustment during fall semester and prior to the disbursement of spring aid.
- If you will be attending for only one term, contact the Financial Aid Office to request an adjustment to your loans.
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We proudly offer an extensive selection of traditional and innovative services. Our Spa Concierge is pleased to make treatment recommendations based on your personal needs and interests. This is also a good time to share any health concerns and conditions such as pregnancy or recent medical procedures. Please take the time to review the many offerings to assure you book the services most suited to you. Once booked, that special time is reserved for you and is subject to a 24 hour cancellation policy. Should you need to cancel or reschedule, please do so 24 hours prior to your appointment to avoid full service charge.
Get the most out of your spa experience by arriving with plenty of time to enjoy the spa and fitness facilities. All spa guests are invited to enjoy the fitness programming, as well as the spa facilities, including the aroma steam, sauna, relaxation room and an assortment of refreshments at the spa amenity bar. We recommend arriving at least half an hour before your scheduled service. Late arrivals will limit the time for your treatment. In an effort to not delay the next guest, your treatment will end at its scheduled time.
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For your convenience, a 20% service charge will be added to all services and spa packages. Service charges are distributed to all service providers, concierges and spa attendants. Service charge is subject to change. Spa services and facilities are available to guests age 16 and older. Salon services are available to guests of all ages. Younger guests (ages 5 and up) can experience the spa through the packages available in the Zen Suite.
Our spa is a place of serenity for you to restore and replenish. For the enjoyment of all spa guests, cell phones and cameras are not permitted anywhere in the spa and we kindly ask that all guests keep conversations quiet.
Slip into one of our luxurious spa robes and comfy spa slippers when you arrive. Undergarments are not required for services. Our professionally trained team will ensure that privacy and conservative draping will be provided throughout your service. Please ask the Spa Concierge if you have questions about appropriate attire for services.
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Microsoft Exchange RBAC (Role Based Access Control)
Microsoft Exchange RBAC is a role-based access control permissions model used in Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2013.
First introduced in Exchange 2010. the Role Based Access Control permissions model is comprised of roles and role groups. A role is defined by a set of tasks an Exchange administrator can perform. A role group is a collection of roles. When an Exchange administrator is assigned a role, he has permission to accomplish the tasks allowed within that role. Because many administrators have numerous responsibilities, however, they can be assigned role groups. A role group provides the administrator with permission to accomplish the tasks defined by the various roles contained within a specific role group.
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Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange 2013 contain numerous predefined roles and provide administrators with the ability to define custom roles. Roles are assigned through the Exchange Management Console (EMC) in Exchange 2010 and the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) in Exchange 2013. Roles may be delegated through the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) as well.
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Positive Negative Effects of Tourism
Tourism can bring many economic and social benefits, particularly in rural areas and developing countries, but mass tourism is also associated with negative effects. Tourism can only be sustainable if it is carefully managed so that potential negative effects on the host community and the environment are not permitted to outweigh the financial benefits.
Economic Effects — Positive
Tourism creates jobs, both through direct employment within the tourism industry and indirectly in sectors such as retail and transportation. When these people spend their wages on goods and services, it leads to what is known as the “multiplier effect,” creating more jobs. The tourism industry also provides opportunities for small-scale business enterprises, which is especially important in rural communities, and generates extra tax revenues, such as airport and hotel taxes, which can be used for schools, housing and hospitals.
Economic Effects — Negative
Successful tourism relies on establishing a basic infrastructure, such as roads, visitor centers and hotels. The cost of this usually falls on the government, so it has to come out of tax revenues. Jobs created by tourism are often seasonal and poorly paid, yet tourism can push up local property prices and the cost of goods and services. Money generated by tourism does not always benefit the local community, as some of it leaks out to huge international companies, such as hotel chains. Destinations dependent on tourism can be adversely affected by events such as terrorism, natural disasters and economic recession.
Social Effects — Positive
The improvements to infrastructure and new leisure amenities that result from tourism also benefit the local community. Tourism encourages the preservation of traditional customs, handicrafts and festivals that might otherwise have been allowed to wane, and it creates civic pride. Interchanges between hosts and guests create a better cultural understanding and can also help raise global awareness of issues such as poverty and human rights abuses.
Social Effects — Negative
Visitor behavior can have a detrimental effect on the quality of life of the host community. For example, crowding and congestion, drugs and alcohol problems, prostitution and increased crime levels can occur. Tourism can even infringe on human rights, with locals being displaced from their land to make way for new hotels or barred from beaches. Interaction with tourists can also lead to an erosion of traditional cultures and values.
Environmental Effects — Positive
Tourism — particularly nature and ecotourism — helps promote conservation of wildlife and natural resources such as rain forests, as these are now regarded as tourism assets. It also helps generate funding for maintaining animal preserves and marine parks through entrance charges and guide fees. By creating alternative sources of employment, tourism reduces problems such as over-fishing and deforestation in developing nations.
Environmental Effects — Negative
Tourism poses a threat to a region’s natural and cultural resources, such as water supply, beaches, coral reefs and heritage sites, through overuse. It also causes increased pollution through traffic emissions, littering, increased sewage production and noise.
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