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Public wireless networks present a raft of dangers

Posted on March 7, 2007 in Articles | by

Most modern IT organizations have taken measures to fortify the corporate network against a variety of threats. Common setups often include ingress filters and network-segmenting firewalls, centralized monitoring of malware tools, an intrusion detection system and various other security infrastructure components. However, are end-users safe when they leave the friendly confines of such a protected network?

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Published in SearchSecurity on 03/07/07

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