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404 (status code)

Definition | WhatIs

404 is a frequently-seen status code that tells a Web user that a requested page is "Not found."

404 error page

Definition | WhatIs.com

A 404 page is the webpage served to a user who tries to access a page that is unavailable. The 404 error indicates that the server where the page ...

SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404)

Definition | SearchFinancialSecurity

SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404) mandates that all publicly-traded companies must establish internal controls and procedures for ...

moved to Atlanta

Definition | WhatIs.com

Moved to Atlanta is Internet slang for the 404 status code, the frequently seen "page not found" error. 404 and other status codes are part of the ...

haiku error message

Definition | WhatIs.com

A haiku error message is a poem in the Japanese form on a page advising the user that an Internet problem, such as a 404 error, means that their ...

Internet Storm Center

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The Internet Storm Center is a website provided by the SANS Institute that monitors current online security attacks and publishes information about ...

JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act)

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The JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act) is legislation that eases regulatory restrictions for new businesses to make it easier for ...

redirection

Definition | SearchMicroservices

On a Web site, redirection is a technique for moving visitors to a different Web page than the one they request, usually because the page requested ...

meta refresh

Definition | SearchMicroservices

On a Web site, a meta refresh is coding in the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) that automatically directs the visitor to a new page after a ...

DNS redirection

Definition | WhatIs.com

DNS redirection is the controversial practice of serving a Web page to a user that is different from either the one requested or one that might ...

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SearchCompliance

  • Whistleblower Protection Act

    The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 is a law that protects federal government employees in the United States from ...

  • smart contract

    A smart contract, also known as a cryptocontract, is a computer program that directly controls the transfer of digital currencies...

  • risk map (risk heat map)

    A risk map, also known as a risk heat map, is a data visualization tool for communicating specific risks an organization faces. A...

SearchSecurity

  • Payload (computing)

    The term payload, when used in the context of networking or telecommunications, is the data carried inside of a packet (or other ...

  • access control

    Access control is a security technique that regulates who or what can view or use resources in a computing environment.

  • ethical hacker

    An ethical hacker, also referred to as a white hat hacker, is an information security expert who systematically attempts to ...

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SearchDisasterRecovery

  • virtual disaster recovery

    Virtual disaster recovery is a type of DR that typically involves replication and allows a user to fail over to virtualized ...

  • tabletop exercise (TTX)

    A tabletop exercise (TTX) is a disaster preparedness activity that takes participants through the process of dealing with a ...

  • risk mitigation

    Risk mitigation is a strategy to prepare for and lessen the effects of threats faced by a data center.

SearchStorage

  • storage at the edge

    Storage at the edge is the collective methods and technologies that capture and retain digital information at the periphery of ...

  • Flash Storage

    Flash storage is any type of drive, repository or system that uses flash memory to keep data for an extended period of time.

  • optical disc

    An optical disc is an electronic data storage medium that can be written to and read from using a low-powered laser beam.

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