Securing your network from inbound and outbound threats

Tuesday, 5 July 2005, 3:03 AM EST

This is a case study of deploying strong authentication and Web filtering to protect from inbound and outbound security threats. It discusses the need to

1) strongly identify remote users
2) to control outbound Web access and prevent liability
3) to manage threats such as spyware, IM, P2P, & more.

By Willy Leichter and Michael Bradvica at net-security.bitpipe.com

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