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By | Team Register 5th March 2008 14:34

Are IT security requirements changing?

Sanity checking the basics

Reg Tech Panel It used to be that IT security discussions were all about the basics – firewalls, anti-virus, content filtering, etc – but vendors and the media have now moved on, with much more focus on higher level stuff like policy management and the "human factor".

Beyond all this noise, however, where are we really with IT security? Do we really have all have the basic defences in place? Are requirements really moving on? And who is responsible for making sure it all hangs together?

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