You can never be too secure

Tuesday, 27 June 2006, 2:01 PM EST

When I think about our security strategy, I have to ask myself if we've done enough. Have we covered all the bases? If we haven't, do we have a work-around or some other risk-mitigation plan in place?

The best security approach is applied in layers. You can apply the layers from the inside out or the outside in, but most companies start from the outside, putting firewalls at every entry point to the network. At my state agency, though, we work from the inside out.

At Computerworld.

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