Evaluating network-security consultants

Friday, 2 September 2005, 11:50 AM EST

As networks have grown more complex with an ever-increasing amount of applications and services running on them, specialized security consultancies have stepped in to help lock down those networks against penetration. But over the past several years, a curious thing has happened: These network-security specialists started disappearing.

By Elizabeth Millard at NewsFactor.

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