2005: the year of internal security

Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 3:24 PM EST

For too long now we've seen security threats have a negative impact on internal networks, and as a result, a harmful effect on employee and company productivity. And for far too long, enterprises of all sizes have neglected to focus enough resources and energy on securing these valuable internal network resources.

In 2004, a quiet revolution began. And this year, the information technology industry will see this phenomenon further evolve as organizations begin to focus on securing their internal networks with the same vigor they have applied at the perimeter.

By Shelley Wilson at TechNewsWorld.

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