Defending the network
Extending and blurring the boundaries of computing brings new security challenges. Many organizationsí security is like a soft-boiled egg. The firewall provides a shell, which is supposed to protect all internal networks and data. However, once the defense is cracked, the intruder is free to access the soft, GUI centre of the organizationís data repositories.
(Submitted by LogError Wed Aug 25, 2004 )
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