Anatomy of a Threat, Updated Security Red Paper and some interesting graphics



There was some interest in getting access to the contents of my OpenWorld presentation on the Anatomy of a Threat, so while it's available on the OpenWorld content site, here it is.

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We have also published the updated "Securing Your PeopleSoft Application Environment" document. Please check out here.
http://download.oracle.com/peopletools/documents/Securing_PSFT_App_Environment_May2010%20v4.pdf

As always, we are very interested in feedback and suggestions. Updates and addenda will be easier to publish, on a more frequent basis, in the future.

The other interesting topic is browser access to the PeopleSoft Viewlets site, which could be taken as an indication of the browser usage by PeopleSoft customers

This represents Microsoft (tm) Internet Explorer browser usage


This represents browser usage by OS


Note: The graphics are based on approximately 6,000 visits to the site.

Comments:

Interesting Sampling. Good to know that Firefox is used more than 30%. Thanks for posting.

- Vijay Chinnasamy

Posted by Vijay Chinnasamy on September 26, 2010 at 05:28 PM PDT #

Wonder if these results can be divided into Countries

Posted by Dave Van Herck on September 29, 2010 at 04:45 AM PDT #

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