How to protect data residing on your IP network

Tuesday, 2 August 2005, 1:33 PM EST

Many organizations are making the switch and migrating to IP-based networks. As this shift occurs, networks are also opening up to allow access to remote employees, customers, contractors and partners. These two trends are helping to increase efficiency and reduce costs but they are also putting sensitive data at risk, making data protection a required layer of defense. Providing this protection used to be expensive and it had a negative impact on network performance. This webcast examines these trends and look at some cost-effective solutions to protecting data in transit.

At net-security.bitpipe.com, FREE registration required.

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