Security crashes into productivity

Monday, 27 August 2007, 11:11 AM EST

Given the consequences of jeopardizing client data, I think my obsession with security is good for the agency. But for our users, it can seem as if we’re living in the Dark Ages. Many technologies that are commonplace in the corporate world and even in other government agencies haven’t won my approval yet, and they won’t until I am thoroughly convinced that they won’t undermine our security efforts.

At Computerworld.

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