Suddenly They Are Appliances

Zalud, Bill
January 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2006, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p82
Trade Publication
The article discusses the views and opinions of security executives on convergence. According to the survey conducted by the magazine, 82 percent of security executives responded saying that convergence benefits in operational efficiencies, 70 percent in better security while 64 percent in better service to the company. These security executives also see challenges on convergence wherein 48 percent of them believed that it allows too much dependence on electronic systems and technologies.


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