How to protect your network when outsourcing

Wednesday, 7 June 2006, 3:34 AM EST

Outsourcing, right-sourcing, best-sourcing, does anyone know what the latest buzzword is for this practice? No matter what the neologism is, it presents real issues that many of us in the network security field face every day.

How do we allow offshore workforces into our domestic systems securely? This seems like a simple question with a simple answer: set up a VPN or a Web service and call it a day. I wish that was the case, because it would give me more time to improve my golf game.

At Computerworld.

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