|In This Issue: Focus on Network Security||September 7, 2010
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Seeking to control Internet use, speed connections and stamp out spyware on its 27 campuses, the Premier Education Group adopted a multilayered security approach using SonicWALL unified threat management appliances. IT realized immediate benefits.
Tracking all the security events that occur on a large network can be near impossible for IT staff, so Virginia Commonwealth University and Boston College tap security information event management tools to analyze and correlate events and respond appropriately.
Unified threat management devices offer SSL VPNs with a lower price tag and easier management than their enterprise-class brethren. Here are four suggestions for using small-scale SSL VPNs more effectively.
The WatchGuard unified threat management appliance guards against viruses and malware, performs intrusion detection and prevention, blocks web pages and performs URL filtering to protect small and midsize organizations.
Data loss prevention products offer valuable aid in detecting leakage of Social Security or credit card numbers. To get the most from these tools, apply proper policies and risk assessment.
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