|In This Issue: Focus on Client Security
PROTECTING USERS: Adopting Unified Threat Management >
|August 3, 2010
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Seeking to adequately secure their users, college and university IT managers – like Detjen Jones at Tucson's Art Center Design College – deploy integrated hardware and software tools to protect against threats large and small.
The biggest IM challenges are to simplify authentication and authorization, establish policies for identity-proofing students, define policies for federated access, and set up centralized management for access to resources. Here are best practices that can help.
This gateway-to-endpoint security solution delivers multilayered and multithreat protection. Reduced cost of ownership and centralized administration make Enterprise Security Suite an attractive option for budget-constrained organizations of all sizes.
It's common when thinking about virtualization technology to focus on the server side. But moving forward, the client side will take on a greater role in deploying new operating systems, maintaining those systems, and ensuring their stable and secure use.
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