Many companies do a good job of protecting their perimeter. They install firewalls to keep the bad guys out of their corporate network. They use anti-virus software and intrusion detection. But with the
Published on: March 6th, 2008 Vawn Himmelsbach @itworldca
Enterprise IT administrators didn't need the recent stories about large-scale data breaches at TJX Co. (network compromise potentially exposing credit data on hundreds of thousands of customers) or Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Published on: January 28th, 2007 Paul F. Roberts @itworldca
COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEEnterprise IT administrators didn't need the recent stories about large-scale data breaches at TJX Co . (network compromise potentially exposing credit data on hundreds of thousands of customers) or Canadian
Published on: January 25th, 2007 Paul F Roberts @itworldca
ConSentry is introducing a new product that incorporates its network access control hardware and software into an Ethernet switch, making it possible to enforce access policies on a port-by-port basis. Called CS4048 LANShield
Security for the enterprise comes in all shapes and sizes. Its moving parts are coordinated by a mechanism known as network access control, facilitating dialogue between network-based security devices and client anti-virus software.