Security for Web 2.0

Monday, 19 March 2007, 11:26 AM EST

Your employees might be blogging right now, as you read this. Or visiting a wiki site, checking out MySpace or sending instant messages. Best case? Your bright, tech-savvy employees are creating and collaborating. Worst case? Those same employees are unleashing company secrets or damaging your business’s reputation. It’s a conundrum that pits IT security managers and their instinct to protect information against companies’ desire to take full advantage of the newest technologies and attract the best technical minds.

At Computerworld.

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