Securing tomorrow's networks

Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 12:19 AM EST

Securing end-point devices can be achieved by, amongst others, standardising security configurations across a business' devices; limiting administration privileges; keeping devices up-to-date with patches and upgrades; installing desktop virus protection and personal firewalls; and encrypting devices.

Building on the security of end-point devices, access to the corporate network can be controlled by requiring authentication of both users and devices.

At the NCC.

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