Most good corporate citizens would never fly on planes, eat in restaurants or ride in taxis with file folders full of confidential company information tucked haphazardly into their back pockets. However, more and more corporate information is finding its way outside of company walls by way of PDAs. This doesn
A Silicon Valley communications company with millions of U.S. customers, 175 major locations, 4,500 employees and $80 million in revenue equipped with internet firewalls, anti-virus software and user passwords thought they were secure from computer hackers and Internet intruders.
Your enterprise security perimeter is now much larger than ever before, perhaps crossing continents and oceans. And like a mutating life form, that perimeter amorphously alters its contour and shape every few milliseconds. No longer is the corporate firewall or virtual private network or router the ultimate arbiter of perimeter security. The perimeter is now defined by the true extremities of the network: the user