IT security: time to hand out nightsticks?

Friday, 16 November 2007, 9:29 AM EST

IT security experts work tirelessly to secure computing assets from attacks. Most of the experts you speak to will tell you tales of the politics, budget issues and vendor software problems they've run into. And if that isn't enough, it seems that shifts in technology, attack vectors and business models have conspired to quietly transfer a critical function from the back seat and squarely onto their laps: physical security.

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