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Firewall

The legal barrier between banking and broker/dealer operations within a financial institution created to prevent the exchange of inside information.

Chinese Wall

Informal; the imposed lack of communication between the investment banking and brokerage services of a financial institution. The Chinese wall exists in order to prevent brokers and investment bankers working for the same company from deliberately or accidentally sharing inside information that could lead to illegal insider trading. The Chinese wall protects both the financial institution at large and the individual investment bankers and brokers.
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Honeypot is used to collect attack records and malware samples by emulating network services, applications, operating systems or network devices.
Honeypot House, above the Beehive pub in Newcastle's Cloth Market, could be turned into an aparthotel by Last Night of Freedom
This section explores how different honeypot implementations were detected, and how some of these implementations were camouflaged to remain deceptive to the hacker communities.
The Media Honeypot and IBC teams will screen the applicants and hand-pick approximately 75 companies which they feel are of most interest to media investors, and can therefore reap the most benefits from attending.
Security experts set up honeypots to draw in and ensnare fraudsters as they attempt to infiltrate computer systems.
"Money generated on behalf of a company belongs to the company and should not be a honeypot that people can dip into for their own personal benefit."
(2012) proposed and analysed a honeypot venue-based solution, enhanced with a challenge-response scheme, that flags users who are generating fake spatial information.
*Honeypots: A honeypot is a trap that mimics a legitimate network, resource, or service, but is in fact a self-contained, secure, and monitored area.
(iv) A honeypot is usually a valuable surveillance tool that provides early warnings to system administrator about the trends of malicious activity in the WSN.
The donations will be sent to Honeypot, a charity that provides respite breaks for vulnerable children and young carers.
If there is a fake traffic generating honeypot, the defender is also able to activate the mechanism for influencing an attacker's next hop selecting criterion.