Qadit has expanded its operations to Sri Lanka under the banner ‘Qadit Information Security Solutions Lanka (P) Ltd’. The office is located in Grandpass Road in Colombo. Qadit, which has been providing world-class end-to-end information security solutions to clients since 2001 from India, will be providing its full range of services of including information security audits, information security consulting, SAP audits and business process reviews to Sri Lankan organisations from its Colombo office. Qadit Information Security Solutions Lanka (P) Ltd. is also a member of the SLASSCOM (Sri Lanka Association of Software and Service Companies).
‘Virtualization’ in information technology parlance is the process of breaking a single physical resource into multiple logical / virtual resources. This can be better understood through an example of server virtualization. Continue reading “‘Server Virtualization’ simplified”
Among the myriad of challenges that penetration testers/ ethical hackers / auditors face today , effecient sharing of information about the vulnerability scans and exploits that have been identified presents itself as the greatest challenge. A tool to overcome this challenge will be a boon to pen testers. Continue reading “Dradis – A tool for sharing pen test reports”
Terms ‘Business Continuity Plan’ (BCP) and ‘Disaster Recovery Plan’ (DRP) are being used interchangeably in information security management. These terms, though related, have the following differences: Continue reading “Business Continuity Plan Vs. Disaster Recovery Plan”
As per the 2011 Parent-Teen Internet Safety Report of GFI Software, in a survey of 1,070 adults and teenagers, at least 90% of parents who have work computers reveal that they have taken them home and used them for non-work related purposes, and 37% of these said they let their teens use them as well. Continue reading “Home is a hotbed for viruses”