Azad, Tariq.

Securing Citrix XenApp Server in the Enterprise. - Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014. - 1 online resource (768 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Front Cover; Securing Citrix XenApp Server in the Enterprise; Copyright Page; Technical Editor; Contributors; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction to Security; Introduction; Defining Security; Defining Risk; Defining Value; Defining Threat; Defining Vulnerability; Defining Countermeasures; You Really Can't Counter Threat; What Is a Security Program?; Optimizing Risk; Consciously Accept Risk; Understanding the Security Design Process; The CIA Triad; Why Does Your Organization Need a Security Infrastructure?; Analyzing Existing Security Policies and Procedures; Acceptable Use Policies Privacy versus SecuritySecurity versus Usability; Designing a Framework for Implementing Security; Predicting Threats to Your Network; Recognizing Internal Security Threats; Increasing Security Awareness; Recognizing External Threats; Denial-of-Service Attacks; Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks; Viruses, Worms, and Trojan Horses; Software Vulnerabilities; Nontechnical Attacks; What Motivates External Attackers?; Implementing Risk Analysis; Addressing Risks to the Corporate Network; Analyzing Security Requirements for Different Types of Data Defining Best Practices for Designing Your Security FrameworkReviewing Compliancy; Citrix and HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, FERPA; FIPS 40-2, FIPS 20 and HSPD- 2; Explaining Security Technologies; Digital Certificates; Cryptography; Auditing and Vulnerability Assessments; Assessment Types; Host Assessments; Network Assessments; Automated Assessments; Stand-Alone versus Subscription; Two Approaches; Administrative Approach; The Outsider Approach; The Hybrid Approach; Realistic Expectations; Defining Authentication Models; How Does the System Authenticate a User?; Kerberos Understanding the Kerberos Authentication ProcessSecure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security; NT LAN Manager; Digest Authentication; Passport Authentication; Multifactor Authentication Models; Passwords; Windows Password Policies; Smart Card; Token; Biometrics; Summary; Solutions Fast Track; Frequently Asked Questions; Chapter 2: Security Guidance for Operating Systems and Terminal Services; Introduction; Windows 2003 Basics; Kernel Protection Mechanisms; Disk File System Basics and Recommendations; NTFS; FAT 32; Creating, Using, and Maintaining Users and Groups in Windows 2003 Local AccountsDomain Accounts; Windows 2003 Security Essentials; What Is Vulnerable in Windows 2003?; RUNAS Service; Files and Applications; Accounts Data; Providing Basic Security Levels in Windows 2003; Creating Security Templates; Analyzing Security Policy Templates and Machine Security Configuration; Installing and Checking Security Policy Templates; Attacking Windows 2003; System Identification Methods; Remote Enumeration; NetBIOS; SNMP; Probing; Local Enumeration; Authentication Attack Methods; Attacks Using Common and Known Vulnerabilities; Defending and Hardening Windows 2003 Evaluate Your Needs and Current Status

Citrix Presentation Server allows remote users to work off a network server as if they weren't remote. That means: Incredibly fast access to data and applications for users, no third party VPN connection, and no latency issues. All of these features make Citrix Presentation Server a great tool for increasing access and productivity for remote users. Unfortunately, these same features make Citrix just as dangerous to the network it's running on. By definition, Citrix is granting remote users direct access to corporate servers?..achieving this type of access is also the holy grail for malicious

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