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Can the network be secure?

Well as Infosec kicks off in London, our man on the ground has noticed a division of opinion over network security. One argument is on the impossibility of a secure network and the need to protect data, contrasted by the other argument that network security is achievable within certain parameters.

Only one person at the show seems to think they have a secure network. They must be pretty confident if they're willing to admit that.

April 25, 2007 | Permalink


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