Monthly Archives: June 2009

AlertEnterprise COTS Software Perfect for DHS, DoD, Military and Intel.

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AlertEnterprise delivers secure prevention and real-time detection of cross-enterprise threats in multiple systems and locations. The solutions are purpose built to minimize the threat of theft, fraud, and malicious behavior – by offering simultaneous analysis and correlation of IT, physical and control system access events. AlertEnterprise reduces the potential for economic and social disruption in critical infrastructure sectors, consistent with the mandates of Homeland Security and other regulatory agencies. read more

AlertEnterprise wins Most Innovative Cyber Security Product Award

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AlertEnterprise™, Inc., won the coveted Most Innovative Product award in the Information Assurance, Cyber Security and Security Software category at the 6th Annual Security Summit held May 20-21, 2009 in San Diego, California. In addition to landing the top slot in its category, AlertEnterprise delighted attendees and judges in all categories and was also named runner up for the Best in Show award.

The Security Network serves as the organizer and lead sponsor of the annual Security Summit and on-going events, including working groups and other regularly scheduled meetings. The Security Network is a non-profit public-private partnership consisting of industry, government, and academic institutions combining together to promote the development of dual usage security technologies needed by both public and private sectors. Across the board, this year’s group of dual-use technologies were extremely impressive,” said Michael B. Jones, President of The Security Network. “Being selected as the winning product among such a high level of competition is testament to AlertEnterprise’s focus on innovation and effectiveness that will impact the security market for many years.” read more

The Hidden Cost of Downsizing

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There is a hidden cost to downsizing that companies are starting to come to grips with. According to a recent story in CSO Magazine, an auditor formerly employed at a major water distribution company used his electronic key card which was still active following his separation from the company, to get into secured facilities and wire himself $9 Million dollars before being discovered. The fraud really only got detected because he tried to deposit a stolen check as well. While the transaction was reversed in time, the perpetrator remains at large. read more