Secure your enterprise data

Tuesday, 13 March 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Welcome to the brave new world of enterprise security, circa 2007. Itís a world where the troubles of yesteryear ó loud and stupid Internet worms and viruses such as MSBlaster, Sobig, or SQL Slammer ó seem trivial. In their place are rogue insiders with legitimate credentials, armed with Trojans and rootkits controlled from afar that may lurk for years without detection, bleeding companies of sensitive information. Itís a world in which premeditated plunder of specific data, rather than the mere breaching of the perimeter, is the point of network intrusions. And that means companies, more than ever, must monitor and secure data to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.

At InfoWorld.

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