Published: January 3rd, 2002

Four months after the nightmare of Sept. 11, businesses around the world appear to be playing a game of catch-up in terms of security and disaster recovery plans. Norman Inkster is someone who has a thing or two to say about the subject. He’s the president of KPMG Investigation and Security, as well as a former Commissioner of the RCMP and past president of France-based Interpol, an international law enforcement organization. At the recently held E-Content Institute seminar in Toronto, Inkster held a keynote presentation entitled “E-Content, Security and Vulnerability: info-structures in an age of terrorism,” which touched on several points varying from business resumption planning to disaster recovery. Network World Canada staff writer Carly Suppa sat down with Inkster to discuss network security and where it fits in the minds of corporate leaders.