Re: Packet Sniff
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 11:31:24 -0600
Liz alludes to something larger when it comes to performing this type of
activity in a live environment. Unless employees know about a policy already
in place (like for email and web surfing on business time), it is generally
assumed that before doing any sniffing or auditing, you and the ISO (or
higher) will sign off on an agreement. Everybody knows nothing sinister is
going on; it's just a CYA thing.
- Re: Applying user object policy (filtering based on computer location)
... leave "authenticated users" with read and apply group policy permissions and set deny on NY employees. ... should have the GPO applied via loopback when logging into ...
- Re: Restricting programs
... well-crafted role-based SRP that uses an allow list will block the malware ... this will have the same effect: stopping Solitare (if Solitare isn't ... These are not the kind of employees to keep around. ... in managerial enforcement of policy, ...
- Re: Physical Security & Protecting Information
... d> employees who walk out the front doors carrying protected information ... You should consider making it policy that information does not leave ... authority to do random stop and search jobs. ... (That's what law enforcement ...
- Re: Is it legal to only employ non-smokers?
... employees out-of-hours life in as much as it could be shown to impinge ... amount of my time away from home on business, staying in hotels. ... rooms because it was against company policy to smoke in the workplace. ...
- Re: Limited Access
... However Bruce has a point. ... You need a strict and enforced policy for computer use. ... You need trustworthy employees. ...