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Fewer Doors Mean Fewer Vulnerabilities -- At Home And On The Network

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Stephen Somogyi
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Constant password changes, inconvenient software updates and blocked websites are a fact of life in the modern workplace.

But there are promising new approaches that are letting organizations strike a necessary balance.

Traditionally, security concerns have almost always been the top consideration when setting the parameters for end-users.

Consequently, in virtually all organizations, the end-user environment is provisioned, vetted and controlled by IT security professionals.

Once the environment is secured, other issues in the security process are easily tackled.

For vulnerable endpoints, it's an anti-spam fix.

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