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What Makes a Security Website Valuable To You?

August 26, 2009 - 3 Comments

It seems like the amount of security information about new vulnerabilities, threats, and attacks is increasing weekly. Staying on top of this information while still getting other work done can become a real challenge. Network World rated the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations Portal one of the top twenty IT Security resources last year, but we want to make it even better. You can help; in just a few minutes, you can complete an online survey and tell us what you want and expect from a security site. We value your input.Our goal is to not just to make the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations Portal a valuable resource that presents relevant, timely, and actionable information, but also to help you find what you need easily, whether you visit the Portal directly or subscribe to one of many RSS feeds, newsletters, or other notification services. In a future blog post, I will summarize all the feedback from this survey.

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  1. 1)how can i secure my website ,, network secutiry ?2)what does physical security for website mean ??

  2. Julian,If your concern is making your website obscure from search engines, Google has some good pointers listed here If you want to protect your website from attack, a good first step is to make sure the webserver is patched for known vulnerabilities. Attackers often profile websites and use this knowledge (what is running and known vulnerabilities) to plan an attack.

  3. My problem is Google search index. A hacker contact me last days and he threatened that he will hack my website if i don`t pay to him. How can we protect our websites for google search in index?