Old UTM is still new in network security

Monday, 24 July 2006, 12:03 AM EST

They'll always be with us in the wooly corners of the Web: attackers bent on breaking your network system, stealing your data, pilfering funds, or letting their fingers do the walking through your e-mail and IM threads.

Research firm IDC, in its security trends forecast for 2006, said chief security officers, as well as other executives whose job it is to evaluate risk, must account for the broadening scope of emerging threats. At the same time, it warned that many organizations are simply unprepared to handle such multi-layered threats, even if they are aware that the sophistication of attacks is increasing.

At internetnews.

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