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New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate

New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate
New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate
New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate
New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate
New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate
New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate

New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate    New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate

Electronic business security E-Business systems naturally have greater security risks than traditional business systems, therefore it is important for e-business systems to be fully protected against these risks. A far greater number of people have access to e-businesses through the internet than would have access to a traditional business. Customers, suppliers, employees, and numerous other people use any particular e-business system daily and expect their confidential information to stay secure. Hackers are one of the great threats to the security of e-businesses.

Some common security concerns for e-Businesses include keeping business and customer information private and confidential, authenticity of data, and data integrity. Some of the methods of protecting e-business security and keeping information secure include physical security measures as well as data storage, data transmission, anti-virus software, firewalls, and encryption to list a few. [5][6] [edit]Key security concerns within e-business [edit]Privacy and confidentiality Confidentiality is the extent to which businesses makes personal information available to other businesses and individuals.

[7] With any business, confidential information must remain secure and only be accessible to the intended recipient. However, this becomes even more difficult when dealing with e-businesses specifically. To keep such information secure means protecting any electronic records and files from unauthorized access, as well as ensuring safe transmission and data storage of such information. Tools such as encryption and firewalls manage this specific concern within e-business.

One common way to ensure this is to limit access to a network or trusted parties by using a virtual private network (VPN) technology. The establishment of authenticity is even greater when a combination of techniques are used, and such techniques involve checking "something you know" i.

Password or PIN, "something you need " i. Digital signatures or voice recognition methods. Many times in e-business, however, "something you are" is pretty strongly verified by checking the purchaser's "something you have" i. [6] [edit]Data integrity Data integrity answers the question Can the information be changed or corrupted in any way? This leads to the assurance that the message received is identical to the message sent. A business needs to be confident that data is not changed in transit, whether deliberately or by accident. To help with data integrity, firewalls protect stored data against unauthorized access, while simply backing up data allows recovery should the data or equipment be damaged.

One way to address non-repudiation is using digital signatures. [6] A digital signature not only ensures that a message or document has been electronically signed by the person, but since a digital signature can only be created by one person, it also ensures that this person cannot later deny that they provided their signature. [8] [edit]Access control When certain electronic resources and information is limited to only a few authorized individuals, a business and its customers must have the assurance that no one else can access the systems or information.

Fortunately, there are a variety of techniques to address this concern including firewalls, access privileges, user identification and authentication techniques (such as passwords and digital certificates), Virtual Private Networks (VPN), and much more. [6] [edit]Availability This concern is specifically pertinent to a business' customers as certain information must be available when customers need it. Messages must be delivered in a reliable and timely fashion, and information must be stored and retrieved as required. Because availability of service is important for all e-business websites, steps must be taken to prevent disruption of service by events such as power outages and damage to physical infrastructure. Examples to address this include data backup, fire-suppression systems, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) systems, virus protection, as well as making sure that there is sufficient capacity to handle the demands posed by heavy network traffic.

[6] [edit]Common security measures Many different forms of security exist for e-businesses. Some general security guidelines include areas in physical security, data storage, data transmission, application development, and system administration.

[edit]Physical security Despite e-business being business done online, there are still physical security measures that can be taken to protect the business as a whole. Even though business is done online, the building that houses the servers and computers must be protected and have limited access to employees and other persons. For example, this room should only allow authorized users to enter, and should ensure that "windows, dropped ceilings, large air ducts, and raised floors" do not allow easy access to unauthorized persons. [5] Preferably these important items would be kept in an air-conditioned room without any windows.

[9] Protecting against the environment is equally important in physical security as protecting against unauthorized users. The room may protect the equipment against flooding by keeping all equipment raised off of the floor. In addition, the room should contain a fire extinguisher in case of fire.

The organization should have a fire plan in case this situation arises. [5] In addition to keeping the servers and computers safe, physical security of confidential information is important. It also includes any of the organization's private information. Locking physical and electronic copies of this data in a drawer or cabinet is one additional measure of security.

Doors and windows leading into this area should also be securely locked. Only employees that need to use this information as part of their job should be given keys.

[5] Important information can also be kept secure by keeping backups of files and updating them on a regular basis. It is best to keep these backups in a separate secure location in case there is a natural disaster or breach of security at the main location. [5] "Failover sites" can be built in case there is a problem with the main location. This site should be just like the main location in terms of hardware, software, and security features.

This site can be used in case of fire or natural disaster at the original site. It is also important to test the "failover site" to ensure it will actually work if the need arises. [9] State of the art security systems, such as the one used at Tidepoint's headquarters, might include access control, alarm systems, and closed-circuit television. One form of access control is face (or another feature) recognition systems. This allows only authorized personnel to enter, and also serves the purpose of convenience for employees who don't have to carry keys or cards.

Cameras can also be placed throughout the building and at all points of entry. Alarm systems also serve as an added measure of protection against theft. [10] [edit]Data storage Storing data in a secure manner is very important to all businesses, but especially to e-businesses where most of the data is stored in an electronic manner. Data that is confidential should not be stored on the e-business' server, but instead moved to another physical machine to be stored.

If possible this machine should not be directly connected to the internet, and should also be stored in a safe location. The information should be stored in an encrypted format. [5] Any highly sensitive information should not be stored if it is possible.

If it does need to be stored, it should be kept on only a few reliable machines to prevent easy access. Extra security measures should be taken to protect this information (such as private keys) if possible. Additionally, information should only be kept for a short period of time, and once it is no longer necessary it should be deleted to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. Similarly, backups and copies of information should be kept secure with the same security measures as the original information. Once a backup is no longer needed, it should be carefully but thoroughly destroyed. [5] [edit]Data transmission and application development All sensitive information being transmitted should be encrypted. Businesses can opt to refuse clients who can't accept this level of encryption. If it must be, then it should also be encrypted.

[5] Transferring and displaying secure information should be kept to a minimum. Only a few of the numbers may be shown, and changes to this information can be done without displaying the full number. It should also be impossible to retrieve this information online. [5] Source code should also be kept in a secure location. It should not be visible to the public.

[5] Applications and changes should be tested before they are placed online for reliability and compatibility. [5] [edit]System administration Security on default operating systems should be increased immediately. Patches and software updates should be applied in a timely manner. All system configuration changes should be kept in a log and promptly updated. [5] System administrators should keep watch for suspicious activity within the business by inspecting log files and researching repeated logon failures.

They can also audit their e-business system and look for any holes in the security measures. [5] It is important to make sure plans for security are in place but also to test the security measures to make sure they actually work. [9] With the use of social engineering, the wrong people can get a hold of confidential information. To protect against this, staff can be made aware of social engineering and trained to properly deal with sensitive information.

[5] E-businesses may use passwords for employee logons, accessing secure information, or by customers. Passwords should be made impossible to guess. They should consist of both letters and numbers, and be at least seven to eight digits long.

They should not contain any names, birth dates, etc. Passwords should be changed frequently and should be unique each time. Only the password's user should know the password and it should never be written down or stored anywhere. Users should also be locked out of the system after a certain number of failed logon attempts to prevent guessing of passwords.

[5][9] [edit]Security solutions When it comes to security solutions, there are some main goals that are to be met. These goals are data integrity, strong authentication, and privacy.

[edit]Access and data integrity There are several different ways to prevent access to the data that is kept online. One way is to use anti-virus software. This is something that most people use to protect their networks regardless of the data they have. E-businesses should use this because they can then be sure that the information sent and received to their system is clean.

[6] A second way to protect the data is to use firewalls and network protection. A firewall is used to restrict access to private networks, as well as public networks that a company may use. The firewall also has the ability to log attempts into the network and provide warnings as it is happening. They are very beneficial to keep third-parties out of the network. Businesses that use Wi-Fi need to consider different forms of protection because these networks are easier for someone to access.

They should look into protected access, virtual private networks, or internet protocol security. [6] Another option they have is an intrusion detection system.

This system alerts when there are possible intrusions. Some companies set up traps or "hot spots" to attract people and are then able to know when someone is trying to hack into that area. [6] [edit]Encryption Encryption, which is actually a part of cryptography, involves transforming texts or messages into a code which is unreadable. These messages have to be decrypted in order to be understandable or usable for someone. There is a key that identifies the data to a certain person or company. With public key encryption, there are actually two keys used. One is public and one is private. The public one is used for encryption, and the private for decryption. The level of the actual encryption can be adjusted and should be based on the information. The key can be just a simple slide of letters or a completely random mix-up of letters. A company needs to be sure that their keys are registered with a certificate authority. [6] [edit]Digital certificates The point of a digital certificate is to identify the owner of a document. This way the receiver knows that it is an authentic document. Companies can use these certificates in several different ways.

They can be used as a replacement for user names and passwords. Each employee can be given these to access the documents that they need from wherever they are. These certificates also use encryption.

They are a little more complicated than normal encryption however. They actually used important information within the code. They do this in order to assure authenticity of the documents as well as confidentiality and data integrity which always accompany encryption. [6] Digital certificates are not commonly used because they are confusing for people to implement.

There can be complications when using different browsers, which means they need to use multiple certificates. The process is being adjusted so that it is easier to use. [6] [edit]Digital signatures A final way to secure information online would be to use a digital signature.

If a document has a digital signature on it, no one else is able to edit the information without being detected. That way if it is edited, it may be adjusted for reliability after the fact.

In order to use a digital signature, one must use a combination of cryptography and a message digest. A message digest is used to give the document a unique value. That value is then encrypted with the sender's private key. Heavy Duty Dog Indoor/Outdoor Deluxe Metal Fence/ Exercise Pan Playpen.

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  • Type: Gate
  • Brand: MTN Gearsmith
  • Material: Metal
  • Model: Tomy-Heavy-Duty-Playpen-40inch
  • MPN: Tomy-Heavy-Duty-Playpen-40inch
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: China
  • Country of Manufacture: China
  • UPC: 632181708705

New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate    New MTN 40 Heavy Duty Pet Dog Metal Exercise Pen Playpen Cage Fence Crate Gate