Software Security Solutions

Honestly, 90% of the “hacking” books and resources out there are junk. While they may give you insight into how script kiddies work, most don’t go much further than that.

The only true way to understand computer security is to understand systems (software and/or hardware in some cases) very thoroughly. In wholly understanding a given system, you will also be able to identify its weak points and vulnerabilities.

Other good resources are:

National Vulnerability Database
The Open Source Vulnerability Database

Having said all that, it’s been quite some time since I invested any time into security-related matters, so there may be other resources that I’m not aware of.

Endpoint Antivirus

Data is important in a business. There are records and transactions that keeps the business running. It is going to hurt the business if that data is lost or tampered with. The server is usually protected by antivirus and security software but the end-users should also have some kind of protection. There are some files that may not reach the server yet and can be tampered with by viruses and malware. It would be better to have protection like the ESET Endpoint Antivirus at It will keep data safe and secure especially at critical business hours when a lot of data and records are always used.