Toward inside-out computer security

Thursday, 23 March 2006, 2:19 PM EST

Perhaps someday Microsoft's Vista or subsequent OSs will prove sufficiently secure that malware no longer is a threat. But until then, enterprises will have to build network and perimeter security that treats their own PCs as potentially hostile - to deal with the threat from within.

At CIO Today.

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