Solaris 10 security

Tuesday, 20 April 2004, 12:20 AM EST

Sun has always emphasized that building higher walls, and wider moats does not effectively mitigate security risks. Those strategies increase the complexity of systems and the cost of managing them while crippling business agility on the Internet. Sun has pursued a strategy of Infinite Access through technology. As part of this strategy, Sun advocates that security be integrated into the existing infrastructure but remain invisible to those who manage and use it. Sun has consistently implemented this strategy with innovative technologies built into its operating systems. Sun continues to integrate security technologies and tools into the operating systems to help mitigate the risks of conducting business on the Internet while significantly reducing the overall cost of deploying and managing IT security.

By Ravi Iyer at SecurityFocus.

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