GIS: A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth’s surface. GIS can show many different kinds of data on one map. This enables people to more easily see, analyze, and understand patterns and relationships.
We are recently done treecensus project, the census involved counting individual trees by measuring their girth, height and recognising the species This information along with a unique ID for each tree with its characteristics will be superimposed on the civic body’s geographic information system (GIS) map. While citizens can zoom in on the map to get the basic details, junior tree officers in each ward can access the entire data on the tree using a code, according to the gardens department.
What is geo mapping?
A geomap is a map of a country, continent, or region map, with colors and values assigned to specific regions. Values are displayed as a color scale, and you can specify optional hovertext for regions
What is the meaning of geographic data?
Geographic data is simply a collection of information that can describe objects and things with relation to space. Often this is done with x,y coordinates or longitudes and latitudes.
What is geospatial information systems?
Geospatial information is data referenced to a place—a set of geographic coordinates—which can often be gathered, manipulated, and displayed in real time. A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer system capable of capturing, storing, analyzing, and displaying geographically referenced information.
What is meant by GIS and GPS?
GPS stands for Global Positioning System. GPS uses satellites that orbit Earth to send information to GPS receivers that are on the ground. The information helps people determine their location. GIS stands for Geographical Information System.
Qseap has a wide range of Business Offerings in Consultancy Services and Managed Security for organizations which help attain a secure environment and protects against security risks.
Security Assessment – Following services are offered within this domain:
- Network Security Review and Secured Architecture Re – Design
- Vulnerability Assessment
- Ethical Hacking
- Web Application Security Review
- VoIP Security review
Wireless security is the prevention of unauthorized access or damage to computers using wireless networks. As wireless technology is getting popular its risks to attacks are also getting increased. Effective wireless security policies needs to be implemented to guard against unauthorized access.
- Peace of mind against hacker-attacks, by using a secure wireless network.
- Benefit over the competitor by having a reputation of using secured wireless network.
- Earn goodwill in market and industry.
- Meet regulatory compliances’.
- Maintain customer loyalty.
Around 80 percent of the security bugs and defects are coded during the early stages of software development, often before even a single line of code has been written. Fixing security holes early in the software development life cycle is both more cost effective and efficient than the traditional test and patch approach.
As the web grew increasingly bigger and powerful in size and functionality, it became lesser secure and more prone to hacker attacks. Fast-paced developer environments to meet critical deadlines to fulfill the requirements of functionality, often ignores security. At least 90% of the vulnerabilities that the attackers target, exist in the application itself, rather than on the application infrastructure.
In fast-paced coding environments, where critical deadlines demand that code be written, tested and deployed within a short time period, unsafe coding practices are very prone to creep-in, which may lead to errors from the security aspect. This code is where security defects originate, which can lead to threats and vulnerabilities in an application and its functionalities. Code reviews identify programming flaws that can make applications vulnerable to attack and exploitation, for mitigating risks and eliminating architectural flaws.
Secure code review is the process of auditing the code of an application on a line by line basis for its security quality. This ensures that the application is developed properly so that the application defends itself in its own environment.
A Code Review discovers implementation-level vulnerabilities introduced during coding and recommends remediation for those coding errors. It provides an analysis of an existing codebase and locates code constructs that lead to security vulnerabilities. A security code review is designed to highlight potential security vulnerabilities within the application based upon a defined application threat-model. These services provide a very granular level of review on the actual application source code in order to ensure that best practices of secure coding are in place, thus providing the highest level of scrutiny.