Security on a Budgetby Global Knowledge
Published on: 05/19/2011
Resist the temptation: cutting corners for security will often result in compromises that cost more to repair and restore than the protections sacrificed for the perceived “savings.” The fact is, IT networks face an ever growing threat from both exterior, malicious entities as well as internal personnel. In this white paper, expert James Michael Stewart argues why security should be IT departments' long-term goal regardless of the economy.
This expert advice establishes the ultimate IT security goal: the most reliable preventative and detective security system possible with the least amount of capital expenditure. From common sense solutions to revolutionary concepts, Stewart challenges IT pros to explore his methods of saving money on company security.
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