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|Customer Snapshot: Major Television Network|
The organization’s IT infrastructure supports television stations in all major U.S. markets and operates out of multiple datacenters and server rooms. Hundreds of servers and thousands of client systems make up their environment with a mix of Windows, UNIX and Linux operating systems. To protect the organization’s data assets, the CIO required a solution that could manage any of these components, reliably and affordably, while helping to meet their company’s regulatory compliance and security initiatives.
The Situation: Needed to protect sensitive data – without adding unnecessary staff or system overhead. Motivated by Sarbanes-Oxley compliance goals.
The Solution: Enterprise Random Password Manager was deployed to control access to privileged accounts and to report who had access, at what time, and for what purpose.
The Result: The television network eliminated anonymous access to sensitive data and improved its compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and other.
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Product Updates / Launches / Podcasts
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Events / Press / Analysts
- Microsoft Issues Security Guidelines for Windows Azure. Redmond Magazine. Security is the number one inhibitor to cloud adoption and Microsoft has addressed many key issues, according to experts. "By Microsoft providing extensive training and guidance on how to properly and securely use its cloud platform, it can overcome customer resistance at all levels and achieve revenue growth as well as dominance in this new area," said Phil Lieberman, president of Lieberman Software Corp., a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner that specializes in enterprise security.
- Microsoft's Smartphone Strategy Needs a Genius Plan. Redmond Channel Partner. "Phil Lieberman of Lieberman Software believes that the recent turnover of the SmartPhone management team at Microsoft was well overdue. 'Everyone in Microsoft management needs to ask the question: ‘what about Windows Mobile 7 is going to wow me, make this a different platform and a must buy for everyone?' The world does not need another unreliable phone that runs like a Zune and can kind of play some XBox games.'"
- The Three Biggest Risks You Face. CFO Zone. "The rough economy is also posing a greater internal threat to companies' information systems, says Philip Lieberman, CEO of Lieberman Software. High turnover naturally increases the risk that employees on their way out the door will download sensitive information with the intention of offering it to a new employer, Lieberman warns."
- Five Key Questions When Considering Working with a Cloud Service Provider. IT Business Edge. "There are certainly a lot of points to take into consideration with cloud computing, particularly security within the cloud. I had the opportunity to speak with Phil Lieberman, president and CEO of Lieberman Software, who presented a list of security-related questions a company should ask before doing business with a cloud service provider and his advice on what should be looked for in the answers."