papers/journals etc to get a clear insight into the topic. Few of the major finding according to this study are: The above research helps us to understand the view point of the employees of the aadhar centers towards this whole one nation one identity scheme. The reliability and the reasons of reliability are highlighted through this study. The key securityparameters used in aadhar are tested and evaluated. The research highlights various benefits among which the reduced data breaches, the portability, easy to use are few features of aadhar. Through the official government enrolled aadhar centres there were less cases of breaches in the last 5 years. Than about 93% people think that aadhar is a reliable ID proof. According to the study the availability and the confidentiality is the biggest drawback in the aadhar system. To ensure proper verification so that no loopholes are their various verifications are done such as face authentication, KYC, virtual ID. The reliability is 0.86 of security system as well as technology parameters for protectin g owners
The data file F utilized in our performance analysis is of size 1GB with 4KB block size. while not loss of generality, we assume that the specified security level is 128-bit. Thus, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS This article has been accepted for publication in a very future issue of this journal, however has not been absolutely emended. Content might modification before final publication. 8 we utilize a cryptological hash h of size 256 bits (e.g., HA-256), AN elliptic curve outlined over Evariste Galois field GF(p) with |p| = 256 bits (used for bENC), and BLS (Boneh-Lynn-Shacham) signature  of size 256 bits (used to figure σF and σT ). Here we have a tendency to appraise the performance of the planned scheme by analyzing the storage, communication, and computation overheads. we have a tendency to investigate overheads that the planned theme brings to a cloud storage system for static knowledge with solely confidentiality demand. This investigation demonstrates whether or not the options of our scheme come back at an inexpensive value.
parameters at risk; where yes indicates that parameter is affected and no indicated parameter is not affected. The attacks in P2PSIP network are analyzed on the basis of which security requirement such as confidentiality availability, integrity, authenticity and non-repudiation is affected by the possible attacks Thus we see that only in DoS attack all the five securityparameters are hampered and hence we are in a position to analyze that the DOS attack is the most malicious attack that can be launched against P2PSIP networks. The strength of the attack and the damage it could cause is always known by the security requirements it affects. We analyze each and every possible attack in the P2PSIP network and have concluded that DOS and DDOS attack are the most dangerous attacks.
Today we live in the era of social networking, where everyone is having access to the social media sites like Facebook , Twitter , Instagram etc. . With the growing popularity and number of users of the social media, the most concern and discussed topic is the security issues and threats that the users are facing these days. Due to the lack of proper safety measures , the users private data can be accessed illegally (hacked) by the hacker(outsider) . Lot of security thefts are there on these sites. Some of the following security issues like privacy & confidentiality, authentication etc. are discussed in this research paper. We have drawn a comparison table among the leading social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter Instagram & WhatsApp on the various parameters of security threats. In this paper, comparison between various social media sites and application based on securityparameters has been carried out.
A smart memory functions just like any traditional RAM but with an added advantage of privacy and security. As it is built such that each data packet and address packet is made unique of its kind and remains undistinguishable by any intruder making it a resilient storage device. The technology involved in evolving the securityparameters in the smart memory is a standard AES technique to encrypt and decrypt both the data and the address to provide simplified a solution using the popular AES for data encryption and integrity by optimizing Power and Performance.
In this work we present a security analysis for quantum key distribution, establishing a rigorous tradeoff between various protocol and securityparameters for a class of entanglement-based and prepare-and-measure protocols. The goal of this paper is twofold: 1) to review and clarify the state- of-the-art security analysis based on entropic uncertainty relations, and 2) to provide an accessible resource for researchers interested in a security analysis of quantum cryptographic protocols that takes into account finite resource effects. For this purpose we collect and clarify several arguments spread in the literature on the subject with the goal of making this treatment largely self-contained. More precisely, we focus on a class of prepare-and-measure protocols based on the Bennett- Brassard (BB84) protocol as well as a class of entanglement-based protocols similar to the Bennett- Brassard-Mermin (BBM92) protocol. We carefully formalize the different steps in these protocols, including randomization, measurement, parameter estimation, error correction and privacy ampli- fication, allowing us to be mathematically precise throughout the security analysis. We start from an operational definition of what it means for a quantum key distribution protocol to be secure and derive simple conditions that serve as sufficient condition for secrecy and correctness. We then derive and eventually discuss tradeoff relations between the block length of the classical computation, the noise tolerance, the secret key length and the securityparameters for our protocols. Our results significantly improve upon previously reported tradeoffs.
Once a device is enrolled, it’s all about context. Devices should be continuously monitored for certain scenarios, and automated policies should be in place. Is the user trying to disable management? Does the device comply with security policy? Do you need to make adjustments based on the data you are seeing? From here, you can start understanding any additional policies or rules to create. Here are a few common issues:
products require a full security agent to be installed on each of your virtual machines, Kaspersky Security for Virtualization | Agentless allows you to protect every virtual machine on a virtual host – just by installing a single security virtual appliance. Kaspersky Security for Virtualization | Agentless is the ideal choice for VMware-based projects where you’re aiming to achieve good ROI through seamless and non- affecting deployment and steady consolidation ratios – including some data center environments or on servers that aren’t constantly accessing the Internet.
Advances in attacks on network security over the last few years have led to many high-profile compromises of enterprise networks and breaches of data security. A new attack is threatening to expand the potential for attackers to compromise enterprise servers and the critical data on them. Solutions are available, and they will require action by company officers and administrators.
You’ve heard all the acronyms: PCI DSS, HIPAA, GLBA, SB 1386, SOX, FISMA, Basel II, CobIT, and many more. These are laws, regulations, and frameworks that tell a broad range of organizations and disci- plines that they must secure person- ally identifiable information stored in or transferred out of their IT systems. Diverse requirements have one thing in common for IT people: work! Business processes that use data with personally identifiable informa- tion are, by nature, IT-intensive. So be prepared for the auditors who’ll want documentation describing security policies and controls. The auditors will also want to examine documen- tation that verifies compliance with specific requirements of all relevant laws and regulations. Preparing reports customized to those require- ments is where you could spend a substantial amount of time. But guess what? This is where your VM solution can pay off in a big way.
Preventing asset growth deviations requires finding the right balance between the number of IP addresses allowed for a single asset and the length of time that Extreme Security retains the asset data. You must consider the performance and manageability trade-offs before you configure Extreme Security to accommodate high levels of asset data retention. While longer retention periods and higher per-asset thresholds might appear desirable all the time, a better approach is to determine a baseline configuration that is acceptable for your environment and test that configuration. Then, you can increase the retention thresholds in small increments until the right balance is achieved.
The conﬁguration in the previous section was designed to use as an example of cipher suite conﬁguration using OpenSSL suite keywords, but it’s not the best setup you could have. In fact, there isn’t any one conﬁguration that will satisfy everyone. In this section, I’ll give you several conﬁgurations to choose from based on your preferences and risk assessment. The design principles for all conﬁgurations here are essentially the same as those from the previous section, but I am going to make two changes to achieve better performance. First, I am going to put 128-bit suites on top of the list. Although 256-bit suites provide some in- crease in security, for most sites the increase is not meaningful and yet still comes with the performance penalty. Second, I am going to prefer HMAC-SHA over HMAC-SHA256 and HMAC-SHA384 suites. The latter two are much slower but also don’t provide a meaningful increase in security.
Network sniffing, like many other security functions, has the potential for abuse. By capturing every transmission on the wire, you are very likely to see passwords for various systems, contents of e-mails, and other sensitive data, both internal and external, since most systems don’t encrypt their traffic on a local LAN. This data, in the wrong hands, could obviously lead to serious security breaches. In addition, it could be a violation of your employees’ privacy, depending on your company policies. For example, you might observe employees logging into their employee benefits or 401(k) accounts. Always get written permission from a supervisor, and preferably upper management, before you start this kind of activity. And you should consider what to do with the data after getting it. Besides passwords, it may contain other sensitive data. Generally, network-sniffing logs should be purged from your system unless they are needed for a criminal or civil prosecu- tion. There are documented cases of well-intentioned system administrators being fired for capturing data in this manner without permission.
The objective of this manual is to create one accepted method for performing a thorough security test. Details such as the credentials of the security tester, the size of the security firm, financing, or vendor backing will impact the scale and complexity of our test – but any network or security expert who meets the outline requirements in this manual will have completed a successful security profile. You will find no recommendation to follow the methodology like a flowchart. It is a series of steps that must be visited and revisited (often) during the making of a thorough test. The methodology chart provided is the optimal way of addressing this with pairs of testers however any number of testers are able to follow the methodology in tandem. What is most important in this methodology is that the various tests are assessed and performed where applicable until the expected results are met within a given time frame. Only then will the tester have addressed the test according to the OSSTMM model. Only then will the report be at the very least called thorough.
An application at ASVS Level 3 requires more in depth analysis, architecture, coding, and testing than all the other levels. A secure application is modularized in a meaningful way (to facilitate e.g. resiliency, scalability, and most of all, layers of security), and each module (separated by network connection and/or physical instance) takes care of its own security responsibilities (defense in depth), that need to be properly documented. Responsibilities include controls for ensuring confidentiality (e.g. encryption), integrity (e.g. transactions, input validation), availability
In the current scenario, there are several sites which are not secure as per the HTTPS security rule and SSL certification but the browser hardly recognizes these parameters for processing. Our basic problem is to create a browsing system which would consist a log files for the SSL certification and HPPS content problem. When the user would surf through the browser, it would check the contrast from the log file and will confirm it whether it is secured in terms of HTTPS and further on the same procedure would be followed for SSL certification error. A warning message will be issued if we get a negative feedback from the browser log file and the user will be warned for the same. By this manner we can increase the security for the browsing system and from the unauthorized access of the content which are phishing. The effectiveness of phishing bother is reducing when users can consistently differentiate and authenticate security sign. Sorry to say, current and related application programs have complex design, then clients have the subsequent problems: A. Source Identification: - Phishing attack starts with various URL techniques such misleadingly named link, cloaked links, Redirected links, Obfuscated links, programmatically obscured links and Map links . Client cannot correctly determine the domain name of the website page with URL https://www.icicionline.com/dsw?psw/index12365was considered significantly less trustworthy than a page whose URL was http://www.icici.com. Here, the material of these two pages was the same, and the first page was actually SSL confined, but was silent given an inferior rating . B. The Client Knowledge & Locality: - When client receive the misguiding email for phishing site which may be look same as original email, educated or technically sound user can primary check this mail is authentic or not by observing the content &
and initialize the Greenplum Database system. This system user is referred to as gpadmin in the Greenplum documentation. This gpadmin user is the default database superuser in Greenplum Database, as well as the file system owner of the Greenplum installation and its underlying data files. This default administrator account is fundamental to the design of Greenplum Database. The system cannot run without it, and there is no way to limit the access of this gpadmin user id. This gpadmin user can bypass all security features of Greenplum Database. Anyone who logs on to a Greenplum host as this user id can read, alter or delete any data; including system catalog data and database access rights. Therefore, it is very important to secure the gpadmin user id and only provide access to essential system administrators. Administrators should only log in to Greenplum as gpadmin when performing certain system maintenance tasks (such as upgrade or expansion). Database users should never log on as gpadmin , and ETL or
An optimization process within a rules engine determines the most suitable location for the managed information objects. The most important parameters for the optimization process are requirements of business process on the one hand (value of information, security requirements, Service Level Agreements, etc.) and the cost structure of the storage hierarchy on the other hand. The results of the optimization process are decisions as to where best to store information objects or how to control backup, replication, migration, relocation and archiving functions. For an efficiently functioning ILM, certain advance provisions are required. Virtualization for the online, nearline and NAS areas are just some examples. The separation of the logical view from the physical view puts ILM in the position to optimally place information objects on the basis of process decisions. The white paper therefore attempts to focus on the dynamic processes that make up the actual core of ILM.