Four Network Security Strategies That No Longer Work
Columnist Sonny Discini takes a stand against outmoded security policies and points out flaws in the conventional wisdom.
As 2009 came to a close, EnterpriseITPlanet.com contributor, Sonny Discini compiled a list of the "Four Unreasonable Security Practices You're Probably Following."
The article looks at security in the enterprise a bit differently than most commonly accepted wisdom, and it was a tad controversial. You may not agree with Discini (yet), but we found Discini's perspective thought-provoking, and we expect you will too.
The four unreasonable security practices you're probably following include: Antivirus; Intrusion Detection Systems; Security Information and Event Management Systems; and Data Leakage Protection.
To learn more about why Discini includes each one--and what constitute reasonable security practices, read the full article at our sister site, EnterpriseITPlanet.com.