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Responding to IT Security Incidents
Introduction
How prepared is your information technology (IT) department or administrator to handle security incidents? Many organizations learn how to respond to security incidents only after suffering attacks. By this time, incidents often become much more costly than needed. Proper incident response should be an integral part of your overall security policy and risk mitigation strategy.
There are clearly direct benefits in responding to security incidents. However, there might also be indirect financial benefits. For example, your insurance company might offer discounts if you can demonstrate that your organization is able to quickly and cost-effectively handle attacks. Or, if you are a service provider, a formal incident response plan might help win business, because it shows that you take seriously the process of good information security.
This document will provide you with a recommended process and procedures to use when responding to intrusions identified in a small- to medium-based (SMB) network environment. The value of forming a security incident response team with explicit team member roles is explained, as well as how to define a security incident response plan.
To successfully respond to incidents, you need to:
Minimize the number and severity of security incidents.
Assemble the core Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT).
Define an incident response plan.
Contain the damage and minimize risks.
security  software 
august 2016 by pfctdayelise
Ninjo Workstation: NinJo Workstation
The NinJo Workstation Software is an ultramodern meteorological workstation system
software  visualisation  weatherforecasts 
july 2013 by pfctdayelise
Australasian Heritage Software Database::Home
The Australasian Heritage Software project is a public-compiled and accessible database documenting Australian and New Zealand software history. The field of software history is enormous and largely undocumented. Few repositories of software or documentation exist. This project aims to collect documentation from the public - and, where feasible, source code - in order to create a picture of the software written locally, and to present this online.

The general public and specialist fans and collectors know a lot about software and computer history. That's why we are asking people to please pitch in and help us build a publicly accessible database of this information.

We want to receive information about software that either was locally created in Australia and New Zealand, or created by locals. Please enter information about any Australian and/or New Zealand software that you are aware of, from the earliest mainframes to the present day.
history  software  australia 
february 2012 by pfctdayelise
Vendor Map from The Real Story Group (formerly CMS Watch)
diagram showing CMSs, wikis ("collaboration"), blog engines, etc etc etc
graphs  web-based  software  cms  wiki 
august 2011 by pfctdayelise
Project SIKULI
1 automate anything you see 2 automate using screenshots 3 work on any Java platform
What's SIKULI?

Sikuli is a visual technology to search and automate graphical user interfaces (GUI) using images (screenshots). The first release of Sikuli contains Sikuli Script, a visual scripting API for Jython, and Sikuli IDE, an integrated development environment for writing visual scripts with screenshots easily. Sikuli Script automates anything you see on the screen without internal API's support. You can programmatically control a web page, a desktop application running on Windows/Linux/Mac OS X, or even an iphone application running in an emulator.
cool  software 
january 2010 by pfctdayelise
SourceForge.net: Indywiki - Develop
desktop app for "visually" browsing Wikipedia. Uses PyQT4
wikipedia  software  python 
august 2009 by pfctdayelise
MVP for SMEs - Technology Requirement Specifications
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Language Translation Device
Department of Justice (DoJ)
The Department is seeking a hand held language translation device for prison officers to be used for communications with non-English speaking prisoners. The device should be portable, practical and accurate in its ability to translate conversations in real-time into a range of languages.
government  funding  translation  software  mmv 
june 2009 by pfctdayelise
Tectonic » Students translate webmail into local language
Rhodes first year student, Gcobani Jombile says that she has been “humbled” by the translation experience. “I have never really put that much value in my language,” she says.

Maseko described the translat@thon as the “ilima” of translation, meaning that a group of people have come together for a common goal - to protect African languages from the dangers of technology.
l10n  software 
may 2009 by pfctdayelise
Localizing Your Perl Programs
overview of gettext and the nasty problems of natural language!
l10n  software 
may 2009 by pfctdayelise
lexicographylist : Links
Links and info about software useful for computerised lexicography e.g. SIL's Fieldworks FLEX
compling  lexicography  software 
april 2009 by pfctdayelise
Language Icons - A world wide initiative to create an universal language icon
kinda like the RSS icon or (not-yet-caught-on) universal wiki 'edit' button.
linguistics  i18n  software  usability 
february 2009 by pfctdayelise
SlimStat — A simple web stats analyser based on ShortStat - Wettone.com
This "plugs in" to an existing MySQL database - e.g. used by your current favourite CMS - and displays wonderfully configurable summaries. V simple install. MAJOR LOVE.
statistics  opensource  software  useful 
august 2008 by pfctdayelise
Home - Pencil Project
The Pencil Project's unique mission is to build a free and opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping that everyone can use. (GPL Firefox plugin)
opensource  firefox  software 
july 2008 by pfctdayelise
SunGloss Help- Search and Export
Sun glossary (terminology) management tool. screenshots.
terminology  software 
february 2008 by pfctdayelise
AnyLexic: Terminology Management v.2.0 Download - Terminology Management Software for multiple dictionaries or glossaries
AnyLexic is a terminology Management Software for multiple dictionaries or glossaries. It is designed for easy and convenient terminology database managing. This advanced software is used for working with terminology database, creating, editing and exchan
terminology  software 
february 2008 by pfctdayelise
TshwaneTerm - Terminology Management Software
TshwaneTerm is an off-the-shelf software application for compiling and managing terminology databases (termbases). Its many innovative and unique features help terminology management teams to improve both the productivity of compilers, and the consistency
terminology  software 
february 2008 by pfctdayelise
TerminologyExtractor
TerminologyExtractor is a tool that extracts word and collocation lists, with frequencies, from Microsoft Word document, HTML, Rich-Text Format and plain text files.
terminology  linguistics  software 
february 2008 by pfctdayelise
Social Source Commons
List your favourite SW tools, find out other people's.
software  web2.0  collaboration 
september 2007 by pfctdayelise
TextCat Language Guesser
Guess which language some text is written in. guesses ~70 languages. licensed under the GNU LGPL.
language  guess  software  lgpl 
february 2007 by pfctdayelise

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