Ubizen on E-Business Security
by Berislav Kucan - Wednesday, 18 December 2002.
As for the security trends in 2002, Mr. Schüpp said that one of the biggest problems is http traffic as it can slide right through the firewall. The examples given were Code Red and Nimda infections that happened at the application level, bypassing the firewalls. Ubizen's response to this, is placing the security layer in front of a Website. Ubizen DMZ/Shield Enterprise examines every request to be sure it is a genuine Web request and is in line with security policies. If a request doesn't fit, it is rejected before any damage is done.



"There is also a big problem with Internet worms, as the level of knowledge for writing them has fallen to just needing to edit the Visual Basic code" - Mr. Schüpp noted in regards to ever growing number of Internet viruses and worms. While talking about dangers to the corporate networks, he sees the problems in internal people and ex-employees, as they know internal configurations and have possible access privileges. Ubizen's plans for 2003 are of course based on their managed security services, mainly attracting the new customers, upgrading the services and shortening the installation time.

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