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How to Comply with Security Standards for Health Care Applications

Governments around the world are promoting and standardizing the digitization of patient information in the health care sector... Specifically, we will look at how the United States has implemented certain regulations that obligate health care actors to add new features to their applications within a certain time frame; this requires a solution that meets standards across the board and is easy to implement even in existing applications ...read more
Code Project - June 2013

Securing Your .NET Applications – A Summary Review Of Visual Guard

I think any developer will agree with me that adding security features to an application can be an absolute pain. This is especially true if you don’t have a set template or module that you can slot into your application. Well with Visual Guard from Novalys, the integration of security features is no longer a slog...
Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 1,
Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 2 (Dive Deeper)
Dirk Strauss Blog - June 2013


Secure your Saas applications with Visual Guard

Are you creating a security system for a SaaS application? Visual Guard is here to help! This article will list the important questions to ask during your project and the answers that Visual Guard provides to avoid security breaches or functional limitations that will hold you back...read more
Code Project - June 2011




Access Control in Multi-Tenant Applications with Visual Guard

"Multi-tenant" and "Software as a service" applications are becoming more and more common. Companies are looking for different ways to manage their IT needs. They expect solutions that can adapt to their internal organizational structure and lower their deployment and maintenance costs. Multi-tenant applications allow just that – low cost and flexible architecture. However, multi-tenant applications also pose unique challenges. In this article, we will look at security administration and user management in a multi-tenant application with Visual Guard. ...read more
Code Project - Jan 2011

Visual Guard Best Authentication Tool 2010

For the second year in a row, Visual Guard was chosen “Best Authentication Tool” by the readers of Code Project.

Code Project runs an annual reader survey, asking them to rate their favorite tools, in categories such as Reporting, Debugging, and SQL Database tools. These results, decided by a community of developers more than seven million strong, are based on real trials and in-the-field experience.
Visual Guard is thrilled to be in the company of tools from companies like Red Gate, Intel, and SAP.
See for yourself why Visual Guard was chosen “Best Authentication Tool” Or See the full list of winners here




     

PBDJ - December 2009

The Real Cost of Passwords

- How to simplify user management in your applications

In a 2002 NTA Monitor survey, it was found that the typical intensive computer user had, on average, 21 passwords. ... Password fatigue is the phenomenon of feeling overwhelmed by the need to remember all of them. To combat this, many users have found coping strategies. For example, they often create a list of passwords in a file, or even put them on post-its stuck to their terminals. All of this undermines the security policies that the passwords were created to enforce....read more




Visual Studio Magazine - August 2009

Visual Guard Recognized for Excellence with 2009 Readers' Choice Award from Visual Studio Magazine

"This isn't a popularity contest. A product that earns a VSM Readers' Choice Award has earned the respect and loyalty, over time, of VSM readers, some of the most demanding users on the planet" Michael Desmond, Visual Studio Magazine editor in chief. ...read more




The Code Project - May 2009

The Code Project announced the winners of their First Annual Members Choice awards for best development products and tools.


Members were asked to rate their favorites on htt://catalog.codeproject.com/. The Code Project staff then compiled the highest rated listings, awarding the highest ranked in each product category. The results reflect actual perceptions of what developers value. Each codeproject.com member decides which companies or products deserve recognition, based on in-the-field experience. ...read more




Code Project - April 2009

Re use Windows Accounts for Applications Access Control with Visual Guard .Net

See how to control access to .NET applications reusing Windows accounts for authentication. Integrate with Active Directory and grant roles and permissions to Windows accounts. Define permissions without adding code thanks to .NET reflection mechanism. ...read more


VSJVisual Systems Journal - April 2008

Adding security to an application can be remarkably easy with Visual Guard for .NET


Application security is such a problem that most developers prefer to ignore it. If ignoring it is impossible then we often implement a custom solution with user lists and passwords, or we simply expect the user control provided by the operating system to do the job [...] Visual Guard for .NET puts an end to this shoddy approach to security by making it trivial to implement and by providing good administration tools, and it works for both desktop applications and ASP.NET websites.
by Mike James ...read the article




dotnet maniadotNetManía - February 2008

Laboratorio.net - Visual Guard .NET


El reciente caso aparecido en la televisión nacional, donde una factura recibida por un usuario mostraba los apellidos de éste cambiados por palabras ofensivas, ha puesto en evidencia una vez más la importancia de que las aplicaciones a través de las cuales los empleados manipulan los datos con que las empresas operan realicen una correcta autenticación y registro de actividad de sus usuarios. Este mes presentamos Visual Guard .NET, un cómodo y útil marco de trabajo que permite gestionar de una manera eficiente y centralizada los usuarios, roles y permisos de una aplicación y asegurar el acceso de los usuarios a cada uno de los elementos de la misma...
by Octavio Hernández ...read the article