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Info Sec News, Feb 4, 2009

Posted by Jaime Raphael Licauco, CISSP, GSEC on February 4, 2009

There seems to be confusion on a new draft bill by the NTC which is aimed at online content providers and VAS providers for mobile phones. Some have argued that the seemingly catch all bill may include people who blog and upload pics on Social Networking sites, although the spirit of the bill seems to be more for online applications.

(Business Mirror.com) NTC issues draft circular on content development…
(Blog) MikeAbundo.com
(Blog) Pinoy Pro Blogger


Don’t we all just wish that what happened in the US National Science Foundation can actually be audited and checked in the Philippines? The questions would be, are logs even activated? And secondly, does someone with the skill and competence actually take the time to consistently check those logs?

Speaking of Log Management, Prism Microsystems has a video series on 100 uses of Log Management which so far, is on #9 Email Trends.

#8 Windows disk space monitoring
#7 Windows lockout
#6 Password reset
#5 Outbound Firewall traffic
#4 Solaris BSM SU access failure
#3 Antivirus update
#2 Active Directory login failures
#1 Firewall blocks


9th e-Services Global Sourcing Exhibition will be held at the SMX Convention Center from from Feb 9-10, 2009
APNIC 27 will be held in Manila from Feb 23-27, 2009


Other News:
(CNN.com) Teens Face Porn Charges for “Sexting”

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