Six ways to protect your systems in a merger

Tuesday, 16 January 2007, 4:04 PM EST

Mergers and acquisitions present extra challenges for IT network security. Inevitably a merger combines security organizations with different security philosophies, policies, technologies and needs. "If one company has a policy that all security needs to stay in-house, and the other has outsourced its security apparatus, obviously they have a conflict," says Chris Ellerman, national security practice director at Dimension Data North America.

At Computerworld.

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