CA works on security standards

Tuesday, 15 April 2003, 12:41 AM EST

Computer Associates International (CA) threw its hat into the ring of companies and industry organizations that are advocating security open standards and best practices on Monday.

In a press conference at the RSA Conference in San Francisco , the Islandia, New York , company unveiled the Open Security Exchange, a collaborative group advocating best practices and vendor-neutral specifications for integrating physical and IT security policies for enterprises.

Calling security "a major problem" for companies that involves both physical and network access, Russell Artzt, vice president of the eTrust Security Brand at CA, said that it was important for organizations to be able to understand security management.

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