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Some organizations have security controls in place for web threats, but few organizations have comprehensive web security programs. In this e-book, we give you best practices for securing Web 2.0, tips for reducing web application vulnerabilities, and strategies for developing, implementing, and enforcing tight Social networking policies. Access >>>
Table of contents
- How to secure use of Web 2.0
- Twitter risks, Facebook threats trouble security pros
- IT pros can detect, prevent website vulnerabilities, thwart attacks
- Finding and blocking Web application server attack vectors
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