DeepNines President Dan Jackson on network security

Tuesday, 19 October 2004, 12:13 PM EST

With their bottom lines and corporate reputations at risk, many security professionals, tired of being able only to react to viruses and worms, are looking for ways to prevent degradation and infection.

Worms and viruses cost organizations billions of dollars and hundreds of man-hours. Spam has grown to represent between 60 percent and 70 percent of all e-mail, according to published reports. And even the companies charged with helping businesses secure their networks now are coming under attack. In April, for example, Cisco warned customers about a hole in its Wireless LAN Solution Engine.

By Alison Diana at the E-Commerce Times.

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